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Archive for January, 2014

Around the Town

The book begins with the kind of life early miners faced in the Rockies as they chased the promise of the riches gold, silver and other minerals might bring them. “Rocky Mountain Have you ever wondered why Bozeman has two Masonic temples? Or what 

George Eliot: Kindred spirits

George Eliot is the literary equivalent to the Masonic handshake. ''You like George Eliot? ''As one comes back to the books after years of absence, they pour out, even against our expectation, the same store of energy and heat.'' Woolf also saw how

The road to Middlemarch book review: Love of Eliot lasts a lifetime

George Eliot is the literary equivalent to the Masonic handshake. ''You like George Eliot?" someone will say. ''Then I know who you are,'' is the instant thought. It's a recognition of being in love with the same person. At 17, Rebecca Mead was given a

Secrecy and Freemasonry – The Laudable Pursuit

This topic is probably the most commonly misunderstood and or misinterpreted subject in relation to the Craft of Freemasonry. There are numerous books, shows and documentaries that all claim to reveal the secrets of the 

Morals and Dogma Ancient and Accepted Rites Masonic 1969 Book House of Temple

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Masonic Statue of Albert Pike, Official Tom Clark Statue

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FREEMASONRY MORALS AND DOGMA OCCULT RITUAL SCOTTISH RITE SOUTHERN JURISDICTION

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In Our Schools: Jan. 30

Dixon Elementary. The Scholastic Book Fair will be held after the ACE Family Night concert at 5:45 p.m. Feb. 6. The Scholastic Book Fair theme — "Book Fair Fiesta: ¡Yo Quiero Libros! ¡Vamos a Leer!" or "I Want Books! Let's Go Read!" — surrounds

Alexandria/Arlington community events, Jan. 30 to Feb. 6, 2014

Alexandria thrift shop, features clothing, housewares, kitchen appliances, paintings, books and more. Proceeds benefit local charities. home furnishings and more. 9 a.m.-4 p.m., George Washington Masonic National Memorial, 101 Callahan Dr., Alexandria.

Feature: You've lost that sinking feeling…

In the audience, Zerrudo later learned, was someone who belonged to the Masonic Lodge in San Rafael who suggested that the History Museum could use a 1,100-square-foot space in San Rafael free for 24 months. "We thought it was a great opportunity for