Thursday, 06 September 2012 18:59 | Placerville, Ca
I'm always looking for "Further Light" in Masonry and your site certainly goes a long way towards further light!
Tuesday, 04 September 2012 23:05 | Peoria #31
very cool and informative. Keep up the great work. Bro. Dave
Sunday, 02 September 2012 14:46 | Mississauga Ontario, Canada
Great site for everything Masonic, and all things relating to the esoteric.
Since I am affiliated with the G.L. of Canada, it is exciting to see some Canadian Masonic content.
This is a great vessel for the Masonic student to gather information to assist in helping in their own personal Masonic careers.
S & F
William Carman Jr
Thursday, 30 August 2012 17:08 | Phoenix
Very nice site- have been here reading from the Library, Very nice to have that information here is one place. In the love and the light.
Thursday, 30 August 2012 00:02 | hampshire
GARFIELD E. DUNCAN, PM
Saturday, 25 August 2012 17:00 | SYRACUSE,NY
Great for assisting with Study Classes/Enlightment.
Wednesday, 22 August 2012 00:55 | San Antonio, TX
Thank you brethren for your devotion to gathering and sharing the light. The light shines very brightly on your website!
William Boyd, PHP, PTIM
Helotes Chapter #444
Helotes Council #362
Tuesday, 21 August 2012 15:32 | Shropshire, UK
Just a passing comment.
In your piece on Masonic weddings you state that the Masonic Chain is not used in England. This is a misapprehension; it is however correct that it is not to my knowledge used during the formal meeting. (Nor do we have Masonic weddings or funerals)
The Chain is used by many Lodges following the proposal of the Initiate's Toast at the end of the Festive Board to demonstrate to the new Entered Apprentice the strength of the Masonic bond. The circle is formed outside and around the dining table or by moving to the side if the furniture is an obstruction or causes too much stretching.
The chain is formed with the arms outstretched so as to cross over the immediate neighbour so that the conductor can demonstrate that the loss of one brother does not break the chain.
It is accompanied by a fairly standard piece of ritual wording, given by the conductor, at the end of which the Toast to the Initiate is drunk and the Initiate then replies.
Saturday, 18 August 2012 16:03 | Colchester, Essex. U.K.
This website is great. I would like to be a member, but live in the United Kingdom. Keep the spirit alive.
chukwuemeka marvelouse ityo
Friday, 17 August 2012 13:25 | Abuja Nigeria
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