The “King of the Wild Frontier” was a folk hero and politician, but also a freemason. It was while he was serving in Congress in Washington that he became a mason, and when he left to explore Texas he gave his masonic apron to the Weakly Lodge in Tennessee, where it still remains. His idea … Continue reading Davy Crockett
Back in the ages, when existence was perilous and life severe, and when Man was seeking some noble purpose to pursue, feasting became a major diversion. Its origin was in the demands of the physical body, but its prevalence was due to the social desires of his soul. First there were family feasts, then religious … Continue reading History of “Table Lodge”
In the years between World War 1 and World War 2 The blue Forget Me Not Emblem (Das Vergissmeinnicht) was a standard symbol used by most charitable organizations in Germany, with a very clear meaning: “Do not forget the poor and the destitute“. It was first introduced in German Masonry in 1926, well before the Nazi … Continue reading The Story Behind (the) Forget Me Not Emblem!
Freemason George Washington Brethren, the subject of Masonry and its connection to the Founding Fathers and the American Revolution has inspired much research and heated debate. The progression of history has accepted the Craft as a mere footnote in the events that lead to the founding of our great nation, when in actuality the Masonic … Continue reading The Masonic Philosophy of George Washington