Freemasons see themselve as rough stones in need of work forming tit into a perfect cubus. However, it is accepted that this task can never be completed within one’s lifetime.
Protects the mason from stone splinters while working.
A sign of purity and innocence.
The rose represents not only beauty but also discretion.
The masculine force as opposed to
The feminine force. Only when sun and moon are united is the full power available.
A reminder that one should always be ‘on the square’ – to do the ‘right thing’.
Represent the span of comprehension.
The letter G represents Geometry, the 5th science. A requirement for the design and erection of edifices.
Death, and together with the
A reminder of times past and of mortality.