Though generally unknown to the Entered Apprentice and the Fellow Craft when beginning their journey into Craft Masonry, the character of Hiram Abiff is the principle player in the unfolding drama of the Master Mason degree. Strangely, though, he hasn't always been there. Where did Hiram Abiff come from and when was he incorporated into the mythology of Freemasonry?
This book is designed to help doctors, nurses, and medical assistants communicate in Spanish with Latino patients and their families who have little or no command of English. Every Spanish word in the book is followed by its phonetic pronunciation. The book also provides easy-to-follow tips on understanding colloquial spoken Spanish. Author
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William Harvey was a prolific masonic scholar of his day. In this poetical piece from 1917, he writes about the culmination of the masonic journey by the candidate's arrival at the third degree, or that of Master Mason. He discusses the movement of time in a mason's life, the symbols of the hourglass and scythe, and the dual aspects of the checkered tile, among other symbols.
This volume features William F Harvey's original undead hand story "The Beast with Five Fingers" that sparked many movies including Sam Raimi's "The Evil Dead". Poe's classic "The Tell Tale Heart" is joined by Lovecraft's creepy tale of alienation "The Outsider", and a chilling Dickens ghost story "The Signalman".
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Originally published in 1919, Masonic scholar William Harvey, using a lot of biblical citations, writes about the history and symbolism of the pair of pillars, Jachin and Boaz, that stood in the first Temple in Jerusalem. They were either copper, brass, or bronze and were decorated with globes, network, and pomegranates.
This audiobook will help teachers, counselors, administrators, and other school employees communicate with students who have Spanish as their first language and speak little or no English. The book, expanded and updated in this new edition, starts by introducing the fundamentals of Spanish conversational speech and word order. It then familiarizes the reader with often-used phrases that relate to everyday school situations.
Forty breathtaking short stories of gripping adventures, secrets and strange conspiracies. 'The Dust That Was Barren' by P. C. Wren. 'The Deserter' by Stacy Aumonier. 'The Lighthouse on Shivering Sand' by J. S. Fletcher. 'The Secret of the Smoked Spectacles' by William Le Queux. 'The 39 Steps' by John Buchan. 'Three Pennyworth of Luck' by Basil Murray. 'The Secret of Dr. Vaux’s Intrigue' by William Le Queux. 'A Thread of Scarlet' by J. J. Bell. 'How I Became a Secret Agent' by Dr. A. K. Graves.
This updated language-learning audiobook presents an informal, user-friendly Spanish course for non-Spanish speakers who need to learn fundamental words and expressions in Spanish in order to communicate with Latino employees in the household or workplace. This new edition keeps up with current social trends, taking into account the increasing frequency in which Anglos and Spanish-speakers converse, not only as employers and employees, but also as co-workers.
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This volume contains a pair of exploratory essays by Masonic scholar William Harvey. The first seeks to explain the origin and meaning of the word Tyler, as well as describing the history and duties that appertain to the official who guards the Doorway of Freemasonry. Harvey's second essay, "The Masonic Apron", begins by chronicling historical usages of the garment in cultures and traditions throughout civilization.
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William Harvey was a prolific masonic scholar of his day. In this essay from 1920 he discusses the importance of the north-east corner of the masonic Lodge to an otherwise unsuspecting candidate. This candidate proceeds to receive lectures and an education from this location, with an emphasis on charity.
William Harvey was a prolific masonic scholar of his day. In this essay from 1920, he dissects the myth of a Freemason on the battlefield saving an enemy's life after he is seen giving the Masonic sign of distress. In addition to examining similar tales from around the globe, Harvey looks at the stories from a philosophical standpoint and asks some hard questions. And, while these wars may be old, this topic never will be.
Originally published in 1919, Masonic scholar William Harvey writes about the symbolism of the most recognizable and central piece of furniture in our rituals and the resting place for the Volume of Sacred Law, square, and compasses, which no initiate is likely to forget, the altar, as well as the various tools and symbols the mason will encounter, as a result of kneeling before it.
Brother Harvey examines the symbolism of the worshipful master's gavel. He also explains what differentiates it from the setting Maul used in the master mason degree of the blue lodge and the one used in the mark master degree of the York Rite.
Butler is a womanizer, with no scruples about how he wins cases or conducts his private life. This case is assigned to the court of a female judge, with whom Butler had a short, secret love affair while both were in law school. She should recuse herself from the case, but does not, believing that no one knows of the affair. Later, a witness lies under oath and is exposed, resulting in the jury awarding a huge sum to the plaintiff. He celebrates by bedding his beautiful young associate....
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Wir schreiben das Jahr 3581. Perry Rhodan sucht mit dem Fernraumschiff SOL noch immer den Weg zurück in die heimatliche Milchstraße. Mit Mühe hat die Besatzung das Ende der Galaxis Balayndagar überstanden. Doch nun ist die SOL im Dakkardim-Ballon der Zgmahkonen gefangen. Wird es Perry Rhodan gelingen, die Freiheit wiederzuerlangen?
Wir schreiben das Jahr 3581. Perry Rhodan sucht mit dem Fernraumschiff SOL noch immer den Weg zurück in die heimatliche Milchstraße...