Modern York Rite Council

Past Illustrious Master Apron

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This beautiful Past Illustrious Master's Apron was presented to Alexander B. Daniels by the Boston Council, Royal & Select Masters on September 28, 1972.  The apron flap bears the Council emblem of a trowel within a triangle.  The apron face bears the Holy Royal Arch and Ark of the Covenant.   The triangle within the Holy Royal Arch bears the ineffable name of God in Hebrew "Jehovah", which was forbidden to the Jews to pronounce, hence the tetragrammaton is called the Ineffable Name. 

 

         

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