Tags: "AGL Tidbits"

Leaving or re-entering a Lodge Room
24 Aug
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Leaving or re-entering a Lodge Room

Leaving or re-entering a Lodge Room Brother(s) wishes to leave and/or re-enter the Lodge Room: – After the Brother salutes the WM, the JD stands and opens the outer door without knocking. The JD then closes the door and sits ...

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22 May
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Bible Markers

There is nothing in the Standard Work and Lecturers that specifies what to do with the Bible Markers when taken out of the Bible so that the Square and Compasses can be places on that page. Some Lodges fold the ...

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STAFF WORK
17 Apr
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STAFF WORK

STAFF WORK   Officers should carrying their staves in 1 of 2 ways and always in a vertical position. 1) Arm bent at a 90 Degree angle. 2) Arm completely at his side (thumb pointing at the floor) When in ...

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16 Feb
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Conducting & Escorting

Brethren, sometimes its the simplest things that trip us up, like the difference between Conducting and Escorting. Conducting is only done during a Degree by a Conductor. It is done by wrapping your arm, either over or under, the Candidates ...

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16 Jan
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Sign of Fidelity

Brethren, The Sign of Fidelity is just that, a sign. It shouldn’t feel entirely comfortable doing it, which is how I know when I do it, I’m doing it right. It is the Masonic equivalent to a Military salute and should ...

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21 Nov
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Doors During Degrees

We all know that the Outer Door is to be used by Master Masons whenever retiring from a Lodge. However, during Degree’s the Inner Door is to be used by Candidates AND those acting as their Escorts. When the Worshipful ...

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20 Oct
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Know your Emblems

Past Master in New York Past Master in most other Jurisdictions Assistant Grand Lecturer (The Seal of Solomon). District Deputy Grand Master in New York Grand Steward Grand Lecturer Grand Sword Bearer Grand Director of Ceremonies

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21 Sep
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Masonic Funerals

Masonic Funerals Do:             Wear a black (dark) suit and tie Wear a white shirt Wear a plain white apron Wear gloves if there are enough for everyone Follow the program Remember an apron and sprig of Acacia for the ...

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