The Perfect Points of Entrance

In modern day Freemasonry clear reference is made to the perfect points of reference in the rituals in the United States of America: “Were I to ask you how I should know you to be a Mason, your answer should be: “By certain signs, a token, a word, and the points of my entrance.” The signs, token, and word have already been explained to you at the Altar

Chapter idiosyncrasies within Liverpool

A celebratory meeting was hosted by Chapter of Friendship No 241 to mark the progress of the Liverpool Group of Royal Arch Chapter’s over the last five years since the formation of the group. Held within the magnificent Corinthian Suite at Liverpool Masonic Hall, it turned out to be a splendid and unique occasion thoroughly … Read more

Sir John Soane – An Architect to a King

John Soane in Regalia as Grand Superintendent of works

Sir John Soane (1753–1837) symbolises Britain’s architectural heritage of the late Georgian period at its best – the end of which coincided with his death in 1837. It is a period that gave England some of the nation’s most beautiful buildings and Soane’s unique style in some of them is still in evidence today. John … Read more