THE 47TH PROBLEM

Containing more real food for thought, and impressing on the receptive mind a greater truth than any other of the emblems in the lecture of the Sublime Degree, the 47th problem of Euclid generally gets less attention, and certainly less than all the rest. Just why this grand exception should receive so little explanation in our lecture; just how it has happened, that, although the Fellowcrafts degree makes so much of Geometry, Geometrys right hand should be so cavalierly treated, is not for the present inquiry to settle