Published September 15, 2006
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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Generally, there are three degrees in Freemasonry; Entered Apprentice, Fellowcraft, and Master Mason. In each degree, particular instruments of the Operative Art are used to teach morality. With these tools, a Masonry learns how to establish his spiritual temple as his predecessors. These implements are referred to as Working :// Working Tools of an Entered Apprentice (Emulation) Thread starter Winter; Start But you still will not address my point that the Emulation Ritual includes working tools that stress higher education while the American Rite does not. And I am still waiting on an historical source for your division of labor in either Masonry or the Craft THE WORKING TOOLS OF AN ENTERED APPRENTICE "The twenty-four inch gauge is an instrument used by operative masons to measure and lay out their work; but we, as free and accepted masons, are taught to make use of it for the more noble and glorious purpose of dividing our time. It being divided into twenty-four equal parts, is emblematical of the twenty-four hours of the day, which we are WM: I now present to you the working tools of an Entered Apprentice Freemason: they are the inch Gauge, the common Gavel, and Chisel. The inch Gauge is to measure our work, the common Gavel to knock off all superfluous knobs and excrescences, and the Chisel to further smooth and prepare the stone and render it fit for the hands of the
the working tools. a lesson of charity entered apprentice / the entered apprentice lectures; the entered apprentice lectures. introduction. first section: preparation before becoming a mason. a blessing of deity. lodge prayer. scripture in lodge. freemason ://k/ /entered-apprentice/entered-apprentice-lectures. Introduction to Freemasonry – Entered Apprentice – by Carl H. Claudy Foreword FREEMASONRY'S greatest problems are lack of interest in its teachings and attendance at communications. Many plans have been devised by Masonic leaders to stimulate interest and increase attendance, but few such efforts are more than temporarily :// A Basic Masonic Education Course For Entered Apprentices With Questions Prepared by The Committee on Masonic Education and Information of THE GRAND LODGE OF FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS OF OHIO ©, Grand Lodge of Worshipful Master - I now present to you the working tools of an Entered Apprentice Freemasonry: they are the in. gauge, the common gavel, and chisel. The in gauge to measure our work, the common gavel to knock off all superfluous knobs and excrescences, and the chisel to further smooth and prepare the stone and render it fit for the
The Working Tools represent those moral and spiritual virtues, habits and forces by means of which a man is enabled to reshape the crude and often stubborn materials of his own nature in order to adjust himself to the needs and requirements of human society. The Entered Apprentice is himself a symbol, one of the noblest in the whole The Working Tools Of An Entered Apprentice Mason Paperback – Septem by Frank C. Higgins (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ › Books › Literature & Fiction › Literary. The Chisel is the last of the three working tools of the First Degree, and rightly so, because the Chisel should never leave our hand. As our ritual tells us: "the Chisel points out the advantages of education, by which means alone we are rendered fit members of every civilised society" p. CHAPTER XXIII WORKING TOOLS OF AN ENTERED APPRENTICE I "Man is a Tool-using Animal; weak in himself, and of small stature, he stands on a basis, at most for the flattest-soled, of some half-square foot, insecurely enough; has to