In early America’s warring history, Freemasonry was a เว็บดูหนังออนไลน์recognized Society, and the preferredrinst the joining of men into a Philosophical Organization.
In this historical development, the operative Masonry wasดูหนังออนไลน์ regarded as separate from the speculative Masonry, due to the Welding of the Masonic Order into the Fraternity of Freemasons in 1717 in Edinburgh. The two orders had evolved different methods of reaching consensus, which have differed in fundamental aspects.
During this period, as a proselyte to the Republicanism, Washingtonคลิปหลุดทางบ้าน joined the American Masonic Medal of Honor Society in 1776. He was a principal figure in that;sophistic development, which was strongly Protestant and opposed to any kind of religious establishments.
After America’s war of Independence, George Washington was admitted to หลุดจากมือถือthe Lodge of Perfection in Philadelphia, where he remained as a Master Mason until his death, stained by the duel and briberies which he imposed on himself.
In 1787, President Washington urged Congress toหนังโป๊ฝรั่ง recognize the Altercational degrees as worthy of full religious and political rights. The bill did not include the Masons, who refused on the grounds that they had not been exposed to such influence from the government.
The lodge makers were convicted and condemned to death, but appeals had only a marginal effect. The king Dietzgen, a fervent anti-Mason, personally chair-waived them to Death Row.
The American Masonic Pit Cemetery has a large plot of land marked by the Masonic laques for all to see. It is said that when the Allied Forces occupation of the city ofquesnarled the monuments,General George Washington made this statement:
“I tell you the truth, my friends here are not fit to live. You see here are dead men. You see here are veins of blood drawn from the slaughterers and hanged travesty of laws. You know that this city is filled with revenge, with artillery, bankrupt banking, and Rendezvous meetings, and you know that I will not allow it. Here is a work of fiends, and it is full of strife.”
Masonic involvement continued well into the nineteenth century. In the late 1800’s, outside the walls of the Masonic Lodge, in New York,ropolis wasasured for its masonry prominence. The Hiram Abiford and James Madison, wrote letters to their fellow Masons that there was a need for protective legislation.
Defensive Masons continued to build on the principles for which their brethren fought, first right and then just war. Masons frequently stated that if their brethren would only defend themselves, the world would be a better place.
In the first half of the twentieth century, theaos masonry movement arose within the Fellowship of Fellowcraft and initiated a new dawn for freemasonry. Writers, especially those within the Scottish Rite, have referred to this as the First Degree of Masonry.
In the Celtic tradition, after the Crucifixion and the obtaining of the Body of Christ, man was told by the Spirit of God that he would need to return to the fraternity of man to obtain another Temple, “where there is no temple made with Solomon in it, neither is any profit found in it to please the eye.” (RAR, I.iii) It is clear that the Masonic ideas were ever-present throughout the history of the USA. simply because these ideas were hidden from the world does not mean that their effect can not be realised.
After the American Revolution, the restless population of the USA, after living through a harsh winter, made their way to centres of activity, in Boston and well as in New York. These cities, whilst experiencing the jubilation of Christmas, had become a place of activity for the Scottish Rite Masons.
When the three degrees of blue and white Masonry were installed on the United States Capitol late in 1787-88, it was as if the colorful stained glass windows of the Masonic Hall of Sciences had never been there at all. The design had been by the famous architect Daniel Cottages, who had more than 30,000 pieces made. The back colouring was by George Bridgman. The front colouring was by Thomas Khan. The Hall of Sciences has become one of the finest examples of Masonic artwork in the world.
From the Masonic point of view, the Scottish Rite has four primary bodies of jurisdiction. It consists of thirty two degrees, the basic degrees of Masonry, and each of these is divided into two or more stages, called “Candies of theGrade.” A candidate always begins the process of passage to the next grade by passing through the grade of violet, white, and red Masonry, at which he is then advanced to the next stage, and so on, passing through the various stages until he reaches the light blue Masonry.