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The Point Within A Circle And Its Masonic Significance - Pamphlet

by Albert Gallatin Mackey

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11921012M
    ISBN 101430408820
    ISBN 109781430408826
    OCLC/WorldCa263057161

    The Illustrated Masonic Origin Of The Circle And The Point Within The Circle [Churchward, Albert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Illustrated Masonic Origin Of The Circle And The Point Within The CircleAuthor: Albert Churchward. The Inner Circle of Masonry - The Great Half Truth of an Order Within an Order In fact, you may have spread these same stories. "Freemasonry is an organization that has an inner circle, an elite status within the order. If you don't know about it, you're just not high enough in the order." He is currently working on a book of Masonic.

    Neither is the key to the Masonic allegory, i.e., its esoteric meaning, given to all and sundry. The point which must be appreciated is that there is more, much more, in the Masonic ritual than appears on the surface ; there is, therefore, no reason for any feeling of disappointment. II. File Size: KB. Albert Mackey, a Masonic authority, writes: "The point within a circle is an interesting and important symbol in Freemasonry The symbol is really a beautiful allusion to the old Sun-worship, and introduces us for the first time to that modification of it, known among the .

    A masonic quiz for your lodge. Followng a highly successful and enjoyable quiz at our Festive Board, it was suggested that other Lodges may wish to arrange a similar function and would possibly appreciate a copy of the questions and answers used by St Laurence for the their masonic quiz. Finally, something nicer than the old Chain Keepers! The differences between the old, and ours, are several. The difference in the image colors between the edge, and cross is to differentiate it from the bead-blasted look of the background. These are being made in .


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The Point Within A Circle And Its Masonic Significance - Pamphlet by Albert Gallatin Mackey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Point within a circle Masonic symbolism is often used in corporate logos (example: the Target store logo) and words. The "o" in a word is a convenient place to mark a book cover for Freemasonry.

Indeed, this symbol is being placed on covers of books that leaders in the Christian establishment claim are biblical. The method, uses as its basis the Masonic Symbol of “The Point Within A Circle” (complete with its two parallel lines tangent to the circle) to construct a right triangle.

As mentioned in the article, this method relies upon the Theorem of Thales. The point within a Circle is another symbol of great importance in Freemasonry, and commands peculiar attention in this connection with the ancient symbolism of the universe and the solar orb.

Everybody who has read a Masonic “Monitor” is well acquainted with the usual explanation of this symbol. POINT WITHIN A CIRCLE “There is in every regular and well governed Lodge, a certain point within a circle, embordered by two parallel perpendicular lines “ Familiar to every Mason, this ancient symbol is too often considered merely as one of many, instead of what it really is, among the most illuminating of the entered Apprentice’s Degree.

The ancient interpretation of the Point within a Circle evolved as a result of the fundamental concept that God existed in a state of dual sexuality and that the deity intended its creation to “be fruitful and multiply”.

The Genesis account of the creation is not an original concept of the Israelites who wrote the Hebrew text, but comes.

The Point Within a Circle by Albert G. Mackey. The point within a Circle is another symbol of great importance in Freemasonry, and commands peculiar attention in this connection with the ancient symbolism of the universe and the solar orb.

Everybody who has read a masonic “Monitor” is well acquainted with the usual explanation of this symbol. Today in Masonic History we present a Point within the Circle. The point within a circle is a common symbol used in Freemasonry.

Like many masonic symbols the origin of the point in the circle is unknown. In carvings from Ancient Eqypt the Alpha and Omega symbols representing God often as a circle with a point between them.

In Mackenzie's Royal Masonic Cyclopedia we find the following definition of "the point within the circle": "A symbol of great importance. Its exoteric explanation is that the point represses in an individual Brother, the circle being the boundary line of his duty to God and man; the two perpendicular, parallel lines, representing the two holy.

Yet another variation [iv] of the explanation of the Point Within a Circle also identified the vertical lines as signifying the two Saints John, but expounded upon the significance of the VSL in the symbol and offered an exhaustive discussion of chapters and verses within the Bible attributed to Saint John the Baptist and St.

John the. This author believes that the point within a circle symbolises the Earth traveling around the Sun. This was the Copernican view of the universe, something that was considered heresy in its time.

At the dawn of modern Freemasonry, this fact, if accepted, could easily have led to excommunication, a fate far worse than any earthly penalty then. One of the most obscure symbols in Masonic iconography is the “Point within a Circle” appearing in the Tracing Board of the First Degree.

The traditional explanation, is that it represents "the point from which a Master Mason cannot err", bounded by the two straight lines to the north and south representing either the two Saints John, the.

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Freemasonry euclid- the point within a circle 1. Divine Proportion | Freemasonry Page 1 of 7 Masonic Papers Masonic Books on-line Special Features Book-reviews Geometric Properties of Masonic Symbols - Index PS Review of FM Search Engine: Go Useful Info Links & Contact EUCLID, THE POINT WITHIN A CIRCLE, THE VESICA PISCES AND DIVINE PROPORTION by Bro.

William Steve. Freemasonry presents and has adapted the symbol of the point within the circle. It's astonishing theme in art and nature is here shown and explored. Pacific Grove Lodge has been a part of their community for more than years and I've heard they have some amazing portraits of a Point within a Circle that I need to see for myself.

~MA Brother Michael Arce is the Junior Warden of St. George’s #6, Schenectady and a. A Certain Point Within a Circle. The 'Scottish' Rite - 33 Degree's of Familiarization. The York Rite - 'Knights' who enjoy 'Communion' from 'Human Skulls' The Shriners - Krafty Klowns and eyeballs pierced with three sided blades.

The Royal Order of Jesters - The Shriners Secret Society Secret Society. Masonic scholars, today, question the origin of the Point within the Circle, whose parallel upright lines on both sides of the circle, closely resemble an Egyptian hieroglyphic (circa – B.C.).

Is it one of the first Freemason symbols. It is not known; however this information creates questions in scholarly circles.

For Masonic education in our stated meeting on January 18th, Bro. Steve Beale shared a chapter out of Introduction to Freemasonry - Entered Apprentice by Carl H. Claudy called A Point Within a Circle.

Here is the chapter in it's entirety: Point Within A Circle There is. Saints John, and upon the vertex of the circle rests the Holy Scriptures. By this symbol, therefore, Masons acknowledge the Holy Scriptures and the two Saints. (The Freemasons Monthly The Michigan Freemason, ) Consider how a “point within a circle” is File Size: 62KB.

The Lessons of Our Masonic Ritual The Point within a Circle By Bro. Bruce E. Nevin Editor: The spring Trowel included a column on Life within the Circle from the perspective of a clergyman.

This article pursues this Masonic lesson from a scientific and philosophic study of geometry and astronomy. One of the emblems in every. You are listening to, The Point Within the Circle; a chapter reading from the book, 'Ancient Religious Traditions And Symbols In Freemasonry', by Horace Sykes.

Category People & Blogs.Point Within a Circle Symbol on Scofield Study Bible III. This is a list of Scofield Study Bible titles that are marked with point within a circle Masonic symbolism. Click on each link to see the "point within a circle" masonic symbolism on each book cover.

The ScofieldRG Study Bible III NIV (Aug ) by C. I. Scofield (Editor). The ScofieldRG Study Bible III, KJV (Oct. 30, ) by. The Point Within the Circle: Freemasonry Veiled in Allegory and Illustrated by Symbols [Pike, Albert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Point Within the Circle: Freemasonry Veiled in Allegory and Illustrated by SymbolsAuthor: Albert Pike.