Determining Recognition

Determining Recognition

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Historic Writings of Freemasonry 1.04 – Determining Recognition (1958)

Written by Harry W. Bundy, Grand Secretary, Grand Lodge of Colorado

Read by Neil Gardner

Part of the ‘Historic Writings Of Freemasonry’ series.  “On St. John’s Day, June 24, 1717, two hundred and forty one years ago, the Freemasons of London formed a grand lodge and started the system of organized Masonry which has spread over the entire world, and its law has come to be recognized by Craft Masonry as the criterion by which regularity may be determined.”

Dur: 17mins MONO

Available as 320kbps MP3

 

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“On St. John’s Day, June 24, 1717, two hundred and forty one years ago, the Freemasons of London formed a grand lodge and started the system of organized Masonry which has spread over the entire world, and its law has come to be recognized by Craft Masonry as the criterion by which regularity may be determined. Freemasonry was up to that time a system of Guilds composed of workers in stone, to which honorary or “accepted” members had begun to attach a certain philosophy taught by symbolism based on the working tools of the operative Masons. Then as now the basic hope of man was for an after-life existence. Instinctively he turned to the suggestion offered to him in the story of the plants which may only live again by passing through the period of deep sleep we as humans call Death.”

Additional Information

Narrator

Neil Gardner

Editor

Neil Gardner

Producer

Neil Gardner

Copyright

Spokenworld Audio/Ladbroke Audio Ltd

Released

2014

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