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General Papers and Lectures

W.Bro. A.D. Matthews

Albert Pike 1809-1891: Rogue or Role Model?

This is a biographical paper of one of the most famous American Freemasons, covering details of his life, career, Masonic experience and writings.

W.Bro. A.D. Matthews

The Ancient Landmarks of the Order

We should all know what the Ancient Landmarks of the Order are. But do we? This paper provides a comprehensive examination of what may or may not be the genuine Landmarks and proceeds to provide a challenging interpretation by the author.

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Craft Papers and Lectures

W.Bro. A.D. Matthews

The Significance of the Past Master's Jewel.

The paper examines the significance and symbolism of the Past Master’s Collar Jewel and when presented as a lecture provides an interactive explanation of Euclid’s 47th Proposition.

W.Bro. A.D. Matthews

An Historical Perspective on the Holy Royal Arch – Craft Version.

The paper reviews the history and significance of the Holy Royal Arch and concludes with encouragement for membership. 

W.Bro. P.G. Vosser

An Explanation of the Winding Staircase.

This paper explains the significance of the Winding Staircase in King Solomon’s Temple and when presented as a lecture in the Fellowcraft degree is interactive.

W.Bro. Frank Bridger PDistAGDC (Transvaal)

A Synopsis of the Construction of King Solomon's Temple

W.Bro. Frank Bridger was initiated into Radiance Lodge No. 6950 in South Africa in January 1954. He became a joining member of Camberley Lodge on 7th March 1995 and remained a member until his death on 8th May 2004. Shortly before his death he was presented with a certificate to commemorate his 50 year membership within Freemasonry. His paper was presented by him to Camberley Lodge and provides a detailed review of the construction of King Solomon’s Temple, with many biblical references.

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Holy Royal Arch Papers and Lectures

W.Bro. A.D. Matthews

An Historical Perspective on the Holy Royal Arch.

The paper reviews the history and significance of the Holy Royal Arch.

W.Bro. A.D. Matthews

The Royal Arch Jewel.

This paper reviews in detail the Jewel, its symbolism and significance.

Reproduced by kind permission of Camberley Lodge No 5591, Province of Surrey, from darkness bringing light.

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