The Twelve Days of Christmas & Attitudes

The Christmas Carol  known as “The Twelve Days of Christmas” History informs us that from 1558 until 1829, Roman Catholics in England were not permitted to practice their faith openly and had to resort to discrete forms of communication. It is believed that this particular Carol, fell into this category and was written anonymously for the purpose of Continue reading

Interpretation & Limitations

After considerable deliberation I have decided to share the Questions & Answers from "The Freemason at Work" by Harry Carr.  The following partial excerpt from this book should set the stage for future issues.  Symbolism :  Interpretation & Limitations Symbols are a mode of communication; they teach by implication, or recollection, or Continue reading

Mission Statement

  Mission Statement This wonderful little piece has been gleaned for the Installation Program of Port Angeles Lodge No 69 F & AM of Washington. "The Mission of Freemasonry is to promote a way of life that binds like minded men in a world wide brotherhood which transcends all religious, ethnic, social, cultural and educational Continue reading