The Symbolism of Solomon's Temple

Foundations of Freemasonry Series
Narrated by: Robin Haynes
Length: 22 mins
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Brother Mackey examines the importance of having a temple within the realm of Freemasonry, with specific attention being paid to the symbolism of King Solomon's temple and the working tools a mason uses when building. He also covers the symbolism behind those tools. He compares the physical temple with the spiritual temple of man, which every mason is attempting to erect. He discusses the trestle-board as well as the rough and perfect ashlars and the ancient mysteries.

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Truth and disinformation mixed.

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informative about 1st 3 degrees of masonry

good infirmation. read clearly and well. I now understand some of the details of the first Masonic degree tools.

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Supplemental

A Good phonetic review for those who understand the grammar and additional pieces that aren’t present in this work.