The Entered Apprentice * * * * MASONIC EDUCATION COURSE - PART ONE The Entered Apprentice * Based on the course designed for Lodge Epicurean No ... The Entered Apprentice 12 1st DEGREE CATECHISM PART TWO Please refer to your copy of the Book of the Work
Had I remembered my "The Support of the Lodge" section of the Entered Apprentice lecture, I would have easily told him immediately. ... 48 The Orders of Architecture Catechism I: Are you a Master Mason? R: Indeed I am.
He proposed a new system of candidate proficiency that includes (a) memorization of the parts of the catechism dealing with Masonic due ... 3 The Entered Apprentice Degree EA-1. What is the official definition of Freemasonry?
--Solo : Then joyn hand in hand, T'each other firm stand; Let's be merry and put a bright face on: What mortal can boast so noble a toast As a Free or an Accepted Mason. Chorus: What mortal can boast so noble a toast As a Free or an Accepted Mason Music The Entered Apprentice's Song
Introduction to Freemasonry - Entered Apprentice - by Carl H. Claudy Source Seers seek for Wisdom's flowers in the mind And write of symbols Many a learned tome.
1 A Basic Masonic Education Course THE ENTERED APPRENTICE This manual does not disclose any of the esoteric portions of the ritual of the Grand Lodge.
2 Introduction What is this handbook for and how should it be used? This handbook is designed to introduce the new Entered Apprentice to the vast body of knowledge associated with Freemasonry in a meaningful and understandable way.
21 The Four Cardinal Virtues In the Entered Apprentice Degree, the new brother is introduced to the Four Cardinal Virtues during the close of the explanatory lecture.
Purpose: To raise the level of ritual performance in the Lodges of Idaho. To create a pool of brothers capable of performing excellent ceremonies that will impress candidates and other observers with the quality of the experience and to give Brothers pride in the ritual presentations of their ...
T/F Entered Apprentice Degree 5. The Entered Apprentice is intended to be a symbolic representation of: a. Youth b. Manhood c. Old Age d. Death 6. The Masonic Virtues are Wisdom, Knowledge and Beauty.