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Simon Bolivar's 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Masonic Apron

<i>Scottish Rite 32nd Degree Apron of Simon Bolivar</i><p>This is Simon Bolivar's cream silk 32nd degree apron depicting the camp of the 12 tribes of Israel. …

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Why your brain loves music

New neuroscience study sets out to explain why in some respects music offers the same sort of pleasure as a really good thriller.<p>The love affair between <b>music</b> and neuroscience just keeps going and going. And this isn’t surprising because music’s power over us is so huge, and so odd. It’s not like …

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Freemasonry & Esoterica: Photo

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Old Grave Stone with carved relief masonic symbols (working tools)

Old Grave Stone with carved relief masonic symbols (working tools)

The U.S. Masons: Pictorial Essay in ColorLife Magazine October 8, 1956

The U.S. Masons: Pictorial Essay in Color<br>Life Magazine October 8, 1956

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<b>Tell us about one of the most surprising secrets that has ever been revealed to you.</b><p><i>The Masonic hand shake.</i>

“What have done for ourselves alone dies with us, what we have done for others and the World remains and is immortal

“What have done for ourselves alone dies with us, what we have done for others and the World remains and is immortal.” Albert Pike AASR (at House of the Temple, Washington DC)<br>photo by mannyrios

This marks the site of the first public school in California. Erected in 1847 opened April 3, 1848

This marks the site of the first public school in California. Erected in 1847 opened April 3, 1848.<p>Commemorative marker was erected in 1957 by the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of California.