The Initiation in the craft degrees of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite (AASR) is completely different from the ceremonies currently performed by most lodges in the
From the very beginning, after Initiation, Brethren are encouraged to visit other Lodges. Not only does this broadens a Brothers perspective but also gives him a chance to meet many
The Six-Pointed Star is going into its fourth edition. There have been thousands of letters over the years and comments are available upon request. The questions which are asked of this
Now, consider! All our human thinking, whether it be in science, philosophy, or religion, rests for its validity upon faith in the kinship of man with God. If that faith be false, the
The following descriptions of The Ancient Landmarks of Freemasonry were taken directly from Mackey's Revised Encyclopedia.
Mackey's compilation of these Ancient Landmarks is considered
The first permanent European settlers in Tasmania arrived in 1803 when a small detachment, 49 in all, of soldiers, settlers and convicts arrived in the Derwent River under the command of
That purely material gains can never represent the final goal in the progress and development of mankind must have been recognised as fundamental truth ever since primitive man first
Often the question is asked: "Where and when did Freemasonry originate?"
In dealing with this question one must consider the stand-point from which it is to be
With the first stage completed and in operation, moves were then made for the extension of the railway line to the west and in December 1858 a Mr. Gibbons entered into a contract with
Chris Goy was born 0n 21st. December 1897 in Hertfordshire England. As a small boy his family moved to Australia and lived in Bondi until in 1910 until his father, the Rev. Thomas Goy,