Craft ritual – not missing the wood for the tree? by By Bro PM Lt Col Yeshwant Umralkar, Lodge Level No 41 - Grand Lodge of India
25 years is a long time and makes one wonder if one has really become a better man as a mason after such a long association. No easy answers to that because only those around you will vouch for it. One way to judge for oneself if one has become a better member of the society is to do some serious introspection and seek the answers in the rituals of the craft that we take part in at regular intervals in the lodge meetings we attend.
Royal Arch Freemasonry and Its Relation to the Craft
Freemasons have been completing the standard Masonic journey from Initiation to the Royal Arch for almost 300 years. It holds a distinctive position within Freemasonry, therefore, the Craft and the Royal Arch are inextricably interconnected. What is lost in the Third Degree of the Craft Freemasonry is revealed in a fascinating ritual, helping members further deepen and enhance their knowledge of Masonic philosophy.
The story of the Knights Templars - Part 1
The story of the Knights Templars is complex, with fact and fiction wedded together to produce a confusing mix of history and modern urban myth.
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