The Master’s Emblem Explained for Masons

Q: What is that Emblem?

A: This book explains what it is, how it became part of Masonry, and why it is significant.

2017 marked the 300th Anniversary of the formation of the first Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons. It is also just over 200 years since the emblem to distinguish Worshipful Masters and Past Masters of a Lodge became official in a Constitution. Since that description of the emblem in the Constitution there have been many efforts to explain “What is that emblem?” Only now, with the publication of The Master’s Emblem Explained for Masons is there an answer based on the dictates of right reason.

About the Author

The author of The Master’s Emblem Explained for Masons is Marshall Kern. Marshall Kern is a Past Master of Victoria Lodge No. 56, and honoured as a Fellow of the College of Freemasonry by the Grand Lodge A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province of Ontario.

James Agar Biography

Right Worshipful Brother James Agar (died 1838) is responsible for giving the fraternity of Freemasons more consistency, and greater attachment to the works of Euclid, as well as more insight into holy scripture. Yet a biography of his professional, personal, and Masonic life and contributions has not been presented, nor celebrated in regular Freemasonry. This biography fills that gap by presenting some of what is known of his life from primary sources of information, as well as addressing the significance of his contributions to Freemasonry.

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