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    Freemasonry and the Druids

    Myth or Reality Freemasonry and the Druids The history of Britain, previous to the invasion of the Romans, is so mixed with fable, as not to afford any satisfactory account, either of the original inhabitants of the island, or of the arts practised by them. It appears, however, from the writings of the best historians, that they were not destitute of genius or taste. There are yet in being the remains of some stupendous works, executed by them

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Rudyard Kipling Masonic Poems

May 21st, 2020|

Masonic Poems Rudyard Kipling According to the English magazine Masonic Illustrated, Kipling became a Freemason in about 1885. He became a Freemason before the usual minimum age

The Origins of Royal Arch Mason Degree

May 2nd, 2020|

Seventh Degree Royal Arch Mason The third degree is a symbolic memorial of events which took place at the first temple. The Royal Arch is equally a symbolic memorial of events that occurred at the second, and as the

The Halliwell Manuscript

April 30th, 2020|

Regius Poem or Halliwell Manuscript There is one manuscript which differs so much from all the others in its form and in its contents as to afford the strongest internal evidence that it is derived from a source entirely

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