Now available — a new small book: “Audi, Vide, Tace — An Explanation”

I was hoping to make an announcement of a new publication at a significant event.  Instead I’ll make this announcement here.  ‘Audi, Vide, Tace – an Explanation’ is now available!

This small book is the result of my questions about the motto of the Grand Lodge of Canada in the Province of Ontario.  I followed the “five W’s” of an investigation.  Who, what, when, where, and why?  I’ve also explored both an understanding for historians and the public, as well as the esoteric understanding achieved by a Mason who has enjoyed our ritual.

Available for $5 (mailing included) at my website of www.mastersemblem.com

http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/692591

Ashlar: definition and esoteric meaning

Here is a definition of a word found within Masonic ritual that is not common outside of our Lodge rooms.

Ashlar.  To the uninitiated it is a stone selected by a mason and worked with tools to be made square for building purposes, or for pavement.  Speculative Masons see the immovable jewels of rough ashlar and perfect ashlar, and apply the lessons of our progressive science.  Students of Masonry may find more information in the collection of ‘The Newsletter of the Committee on Masonic Education’ (GL of Canada ‘Reflections’ newsletter): Vol 2, No. 2; Vol. 4, No. 1; Vol. 6, No. 2; Vol. 6, No. 4, Vol. 9, No. 3. Provided for your daily advancement in Masonic knowledge from the Sarnia District Masonic Library.  Wor. Bro. Marshall Kern, author of The Master’s Emblem Explained for Masons available at

http://www.mastersemblem.com

And here is a short video courtesy of Bro. Danny McLaughlin and ‘Squaring the Circle’.