The Masonic Collection Forget-Me-Not Masonic Badge/Tie Pin/Lapel Pin/Brooch - Gold, Blue - Gold Plated With Swarovski Stone Masonic Gift For Freemason Men
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What are the origins of the Chain of Union? And how did they come about ? The answers may surprise some members as W Brother Andrew Hammer investigates, author of Observing the Craft: The Pursuit of Excellence in Masonic Labour and Observance. www.armenpress.am (in Armenian). Armenpress. Archived from the original on 28 May 2014 . Retrieved 28 February 2021.
Lets keep it at that and let us admit to the Masonic Brotherhood of the blue Forget Me Not and thus did a simple flower blossom forth into a symbol of the fraternity, and become perhaps the most widely worn emblem among Freemasons in Germany.
Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica with Wikisource reference In the years since adoption, its significance world-wide has been attested to by the tens of thousands of brethren who now display it with meaningful pride. Others say the name comes from its leaves, that they taste so bad, if you eat them you’ll never forget it.
The real flower was discovered in 1842 in the Portuguese islands Corvo (Raven) and Flores (Flowers) by the English botanist H.C.Watson during a field investigations.Masonic Square and Compass Metal Sign Led Light, Freemason Freemasonry Gift, Masonic Wall Art, Interior Decor, Masonic Symbol Wall Hanging Unveil the mystique of the colour blue in Masonic symbolism. A hue evoking universal friendship and benevolence, its roots span ancient cultures, infusing Freemasonry's core values. This article explores blue's profound significance, guiding Freemasons towards wisdom and spiritual enlightenment. Discover the fascinating journey of this universal symbol.
John Gerard, an English Jesuit priest during the Elizabethan era, believed that forget-me-nots cured scorpion bites, so he named the flower scorpion grass. However, scorpions aren’t common in England. Also, some varieties of the flower were made in syrup for treating cough and other lung diseases. In Gastronomy
Anti-Freemasonry took many forms under the Nazis, both individual and collective, and in official and informal capacities.