Tuesday, October 05, 2010

NEW Masonic Square & Compass Patch

Masonic Freemason The Square & Compass Patch

New to our boutique is this very cool Freemasonry The Square & Compass patch. This nice Masonic patch measuring approximately 2 1/2 inches diameter. You may iron on or sew this patch on. Click to Buy

The Square & Compass Symbol Meaning:

Due to slight Masonic jurisdictional differences around the world, this symbol does not always look exactly the same to all Freemasons.

Some jurisdictions call this symbol the Square and Compass,(non-plural) and a few jurisdictions omit the "G" at its center.

But, no matter its slightly different look, all Freemasons are in unison as to what this symbol means to them within the fraternity.

In speculative Freemasonry, this emblematic symbol is used in Masonic ritual.

The Square is an emblem of virtue in which we must "square our actions by the square of virtue with all mankind".

The Compasses exemplify our wisdom of conduct,... the strength to "circumscribe our desires and keep our passions within due bounds".

When these 2 Masonic tools are placed together with God (the Creator) as our central focal point... (just as King Solomon built God's Temple, first... and then built his house around it), peace and harmony is the result.

Source: Masonic-lodge of education.com

Recommended Freemasonry Books

Freemasonry Books by author David Harrison

If you would like to read further into the subject of Freemasonry I highly recommend you picking up a copy of author David Harrison's books on Freemasonry. They are very well researched and written books. An exceptional read for anyone wanting to look deep into Freemasonry.

His first book a best selling work on The history of English Freemasonry and it's roots - 'The Genesis of Freemasonry'

His 2nd brand NEW book 'The Transformation of Freemasonry' just came out and is available online.

Check out the author's FaceBook page David Harrison Or check out his blog for further details and reviews.

Authors FaceBook Pages:
The Genesis of Freemasonry
The Transformation of Freemsonry
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