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Discussion in 'Recommended Reading' started by Travelling Man91, Aug 5, 2015.

  1. Brother JC

    Brother JC Vigilant Staff Member

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    I've seen a couple in Kohls that would definitely be considered "masonically inspired," but the only one I own was printed by a Brother and has a plethora of symbols on it.
     
  2. Levelhead

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    Really? Lol i need to check if they have them. What shirt?


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  3. Brother JC

    Brother JC Vigilant Staff Member

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    ImageUploadedByMy Freemasonry Pro1448218758.747662.jpg

    This is the one I have, done by Brother JP Gomez of Fraternal Ties.
     
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  4. BullDozer Harrell

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    Definitely not taught in my Grand Lodge. the MWPHGLIL.
    Judging from what i know of other PHA jurisdictions, it's not a part of their education system either.

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  5. BullDozer Harrell

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    Brother, i think you were looking for the word, 'converse' rather than 'conversate'.
    Also, why didn't you simply inform the forum that the booklet was bought from a bookstore, and does not carry the official stamp of approval from any Regular North American GL?



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  6. Travelling Man91

    Travelling Man91 Registered User

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    Because I don't know what every GL does. I can only speak on what I've observed.
     
  7. king82

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    I am mainstream mason form a us gl. I've wore my hat out and was asked this very question 2days after being raised. So not only pH uses them and I think its unfair to label them with it. It was a guy in his 70s prolly that asked me also. I didn't take it as a challenge and had a good convo with him. I understand the question u was asking. Ive never used them cause they always use them on me lol. Let's not be so sensitive about it. And I'll be glad when pH is recognized ww. Its coming. Slowly. Old mindsets has costs a few lodges to die of sadly. Diversity is the key and makes u a better mason
     
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  8. Travelling Man91

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    SMIB brother
     
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  11. MRichard

    MRichard Mark A. Ri'chard Premium Member

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    The operative word being prayers. Unfortunately, many use it as a catchphrase on social media now.
     
  12. dfreybur

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    Middle English "So mote it be" translates to Modern English "Amen".

    English tends to import and adopt words. Ships are sent out on expeditions of exploration, trade, conquest. They come back with cargo holds filled with physical entries like tea, black pepper, vanilla and oral entries like barbecue, Amen. The ships that went to the Slavs came back filled with words that have no vowels so be glad we don't use them much!

    In the case of Amen it was adopted from Hebrew into Modern English as a replacement for the older four word expression.
     
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  13. Warrior1256

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    Excellent info for me as an infant Mason. Thank you Brother.
     

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