Double-Headed Eagle

Reading Time: 21 minutes Mentioned briefly in comparison to the white-lambskin apron of the Craft Lodge, the symbol of the double-headed eagle is perhaps one of the most ancient emblems in Scottish Rite, having been represented for thousands of years in many of the world’s cultures. What is the significance of this symbol such that it has found its … Read more

Esotericism of the Game of Chess Related to Freemasonry

Reading Time: 15 minutes Chess is an ancient game of skill and strategy played within the confines of strictly defined rules of play, within which the participants have the freedom to exercise individual decisions (free will). Each decision has a consequence which affects the response of the opponent and future moves of the decision maker, thereby influencing the outcome … Read more

Derwen College students benefit from Cae Glas help

Reading Time: < 1 minute Twelve students from Derwen College are preparing for their Duke of Edinburgh skills, volunteering and physical elements with the help of a generous donation from Cae Glas lodge in Oswestry. This summer the youngsters are to undertake a three-day (and two night) canoe expedition, and their training is being supported by £400 from Cae Glas. … Read more