Monthly Archives: February 2017

King Solomon’s Wall Found

King Solomon’s Wall Found—Proof of Bible Tale? (Via National Geographic) A 3,000-year-old defensive wall possibly built by King Solomon has been unearthed in Jerusalem, according to the Israeli archaeologist who led the excavation. The discovery appears to validate a Bible … Continue reading

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Masonic rites

Approche anthropologique des rites maçonniques (Via Hiram.be) Si, depuis une trentaine d’années l’histoire en tant que science s’intéresse, enfin, au fait maçonnique, permettant au public, à commencer par le public franc-maçon de démêler la légende, le mythe et l’histoire, les autres … Continue reading

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International day of Freemasonry

Following a proposal by Fernando Teixeira, at the time Grand-Master of the Grand Regular Lodge of Portugal, the Annual Conference of Grand-Masters of the Grand Lodges of North America, held in Washington, at 22 February, 1994, decided to designate the … Continue reading

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The Archbishop of Canterbury allows Masonic service

Justin Welby, the Church of England’s Archbishop of Canterbury, is allowing a full Masonic service to be conducted in Canterbury Cathedral on the same day that Cardinal Nichols reconsecrates England and Wales to the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Westminster … Continue reading

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New Grand-Master of the Grand-Lodge of Israel

A new Grand-Master at the Grand-Lodge of Israel. His name is Suliman Salem and is originated from the community of israeli Christians. The GLI is recognised by the United Grand Lodge of England and counts 80 lodges gathering more than … Continue reading

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Is there a role for Freemasonry in modern society?

What is the aim of freemasonry in an era of instability and confrontation as the one we live in? Freemasonry has been persistent in transmitting to the profane society the values that explained its creation, as a speculative fraternity, three hundred … Continue reading

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