100 Facts About Freemasonry (Illustrated By Symbols & Images)

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Did ya know?

  • The first permanent Masonic Lodges as we know them today (before the United Grand Lodge of England in 1717) started appearing in the 1600s.
  • The oldest known Masonic Lodge room is St John’s Chapel in Edinburgh, Scotland (1736).
  • Three out of the four original Lodges that first formed the United Grand Lodge of England are still in existence today.
  • In 1749, the first Lodge was constituted in Norway in the city of Christiania (now known as Oslo).
  • The highest Masonic Lodge in the world is on top of Cerro de Pasco in Peru, it's 14,208 feet above sea level.
  • To prevent errors, some Grand Lodges have replaced the "black-ball" in the voting system with a black-cube, which would be easier to identify in low light.
  • The term "A Beautiful System of Morality, Veiled in Allegory and Illustrated by Symbols" was coined by Samuel Hemming, the first Senior Grand Warden of the United Grand Lodge of England.
  • The name Solomon actually means peace. King David (King Solomon's Father) gave him this name in anticipation of the peaceful years to follow.
  • There are 3 known ways one can become a Freemason. These are by association, by becoming an "honorary member" or by being elected and initiated.

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  • Where the "Scottish Rite Degrees" come from?
  • Who was the first American-born Freemason is?
  • How many US Vice-Presidents were Freemasons? (It's more than Presidents)
  • Do you know where the LOWEST Masonic Lodge? (It's 750 feet below sea-level)?
  • Who the oldest man ever to become a Master Mason was?

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Illustrated by Symbols, and Images.

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100 Facts About Freemasonry (Illustrated By Symbols & Images)

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