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Identifier: encyclopaediaoff00mack Title: An encyclopaedia of freemasonry and its kindred sciences : comprising the whole range of arts, sciences and literature as connected with the institution Year: 1887 (1880s) Authors: Mackey, Albert Gallatin, 1807-1881 McClenachan, Charles T. (Charles Thompson) Subjects: Freemasonry Freemasonry Publisher: Philadelphia : L.H. Everts Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library Digitizing Sponsor: Brigham Young University View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: Washington,Western Star, and Morning Star (C. W.Moore asserted there was another)âas-sembled at Little Rock in convention andorganized the Grand Lodge. Colemans Masonic Calendar for 1880 saysthe Grand Lodge was organized November2r), 1838.The Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Ma- 950 ARK ADDENDUM. AROBA sons was organized April 28,1851, by threeChapters, located at Fayetteville, LittleEock, and El Dorado, which had previ-ously received charters from the GeneralGrand Chapter of the United States. The Grand Council of Royal and SelectMasters was established in the year 1860. The Grand Commandery of the Orderof the Temple was organized on March23, 1872. A Lodge, Council, Chapter, Council ofKadosh, and Consistory of the ScottishRite are established at Little Rock. Ark Mariner, Royal, Jewel of.The jewel of this degree prefigures theteachings, which are unique, and drawtheir symbols from the sea^ rain, ark, dove,olive-branch, and Rainbow. This last sym-bol, as Els sign, ^^overshadows^ the ark, Text Appearing After Image: which really is the sign of Ishtar. The arkis said to have contained all the elementsof Elohims creative power, and in aboutnine months and three days there cameforth the pent-up energies of Maiya;her symbol is the dove with the mysticolive, which are sacred to her. The wholeunderlying thought is that of creation. Armor. In English statutes, armor isused for the whole apparatus of war; of-fensive and defensive arms. In the Orderof the Temple pieces of armor are used toa limited extent. In the chivalric degreesof the Scottish Rite, in order to carry outthe symbolism as well as to render effect toits dramas, armor pieces and articles foruse of knights become necessary, withmantling, crest, mottoes, etc. Some areherein enumerated : AlLLETTESâSquare shields for the shoul-ders. AnlaceâShort dagger worn at the gir-dle. BaldricâBelt diagonally crossing thebody. Battle-axeâWeapon with axe-bladeand spear-head. BeaverâFront of helmet, which uraised to admit food and drink. BeakerâTh Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.


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