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Brother Gage takes a looks at the entered apprentice degree in Masonry. He explains that everything a Mason will encounter in the future is simply an elaboration of this degree, both within and without the fraternity. He talks at length on the concept of symbolism and how it relates to Freemasonry. He also walks us through the entered apprentice degree a bit and speaks of specific symbolism the candidate encounters within the first degree.

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horrible performance

with such great information it you would think that there would be more enthusiasm in the work. I nearly fell asleep after already drinking cups of coffee and taking B12.

I bought several of these talks ahead of time
I'm hoping it gets better.

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Not bad at all narrator makes it worth it

not bad narrator does great keeps u listening. Not boring at all I was actually impressed with my first audible book

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Filling, but Flat

Very informational, though they could have used someone narrating with a little more inflection in their voice...a tad monotone for my taste. Enjoyed all the information, though.

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interested

Liked it. Some useful information and a different way to look at the subject. Would have liked it to be longer.

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great info! quick book!

lots of great info in this series! broken into small parts for easy listening and understanding!

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kinda short

Although it's a short book it gives very detailed description of what the apprentice degree contains and instructional on what they are to do in this degree