Appropriate symbols/regalia for an E.A. or F.C.

Discussion in 'Masonic Jurisprudence' started by JAVJR, Jun 19, 2018.

  1. BroCaution

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    I own the pin with the circumpunct and the VSL. It's one of my favorite pins.
     
  2. Warrior1256

    Warrior1256 Site Benefactor

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    I'm with you on this Brother. I used to wear three lapel pins...then I cut it down to two...now I only wear one lapel pin per jacket. Subtle but to the point.
     
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  3. Glen Cook

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    Use of the circumpunct also depends on the jurisdiction. In some, it is the pin of a MWPGM.
     
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  4. goldsquare

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    Remember your name?
     
  5. hfmm97

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    I think the new name given to EAs is a PHA thing-I didn’t get one (I’m GLOTX Waco raised in 1997). Out of my deep respect for my brothers in the PHA tradition, while I think I know what that name is-I won’t reveal something that I believe to be esoteric work of the PHA in this public forum. Good night and may the GAOTU bless us all.




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  6. goldsquare

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    I will conceal and never reveal. An intrinsic inquiry for one to remember and not share on a public forum. Never will violate or appear to violate my obligation.
     
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  9. MarkR

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    Yeah, that "new name" thing is PHA as far as I can tell. We don't do that, and I've never heard of it from other than PHA brothers.
     
  10. Glen Cook

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    As indicated, not all rituals use that cautious advice. In fact, I suspect very few SGLs do. It is used in some English rituals.
     
  11. Warrior1256

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    I had never heard of this until now.
     

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