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Friday, December 11, 2009

LoS Rising

The Pheonix Masonry Masonic Museum and Library has reprinted one of our posts (The Law of Tangents) and two earlier articles by Daurade entitled Freemasonry, Scouting and the Order of the Arrow ans its sequel, Following Arrows.

Très cool, n'est-ce pas?

They can be read elsewhere, but it's nice to have them added to such a comprehensive site. If you're interested in Masonic jewelry and regalia, etc., the museum has a fine collection of photographs. Some of the objects are decidedly strange. The library is an invaluable collection of primary sources.

We urge you to check it out if you would like to learn more about Freemasonry from a sane and sober perspective.

4 comments:

  1. Congrats, Daurade! "Freemasonry, Scouting and the Order of the Arrow" is particularly great piece of research and writing, and I'm not at all surprised to see that others would take interest in it. You've really been putting out some well written pieces here!

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  2. I'd like to see the new Brotherhood Ceremony the OA is introducing in January 2015. From the description, it seems a further "de-Masonification" of the original (removal of a Brotherhood obligation) Contrary to what one of my critics has written, it was once known as the "Blood-Rite." Now the symbolic action of sharing blood seems, if I'm intuiting the language right, removed. The speak of "addressing" what some apparently have deemed "actions that are often frightening". I'm betting that's the blood-rite part! Here.

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