Welcome to the Association of Masonic Arts

Welcome to the Association of Masonic Arts

The Level and The Square (1854)

Dr. Robert Morris (1818-1888) Past Grand Master (1858-1859) of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky, USA Chartered Royal Solomon Mother Lodge #293 (1873, Israel's first regular) We meet upon the Level and we part upon the Square. What words of precious meaning, those words Masonic are! Come, let us contemplate them!…

Honorable Brother Christopher’s posts

Dear Friends of Masonic Arts, Please check the latest updates of the relevant pages on Freimaurer - Wiki, made by Our Honorable RW Brother Christopher Sicurella, who is a member of the Editorial Board and Contributing Author. THE AMA WHO IS WHO http://freimaurer-wiki.de/index.php/En:_The_AMA_Who_is_Who ENGLISH http://freimaurer-wiki.de/index.php/En:_Association_of_Masonic_Arts GERMAN http://freimaurer-wiki.de/index.php/Association_of_Masonic_Arts PORTUGESE http://freimaurer-wiki.de/index.php/Association_of_Masonic_Arts  FERENC…

Invitation from Grand Lodge of India

Dear Brethren and Friends of Masonic Arts, The Grand Lodge of India is holding its First Global Summit of 'Masonic Friends of India' between November 19-21, 2016. Large number of delegates are expected from Africa, UK, Mauritius, South East Asia. Please, feel welcome to register for this amazing Inaugural Masonic…

Guillaume Philippe Benoist

Guillaume Philippe Benoist was a French engraver and Brother Mason. He was born in Normandy in 1725, but did a lot of portraits and engravings in England. [caption id="attachment_1704" align="alignleft" width="300"] Nine panoramic views of Rio de Janeiro: Da Ilha das Cobras. Philippe Benoist (1813-c.1905) and Eugene Ciceri (1813-1890). Lithograph.…

Freemasonry in the Bahamas

1837 – Royal Victoria Lodge, No. 443 was chartered in Nassau by the United Grand Lodge of England, and a second lodge, Turks Island Forth Lodge, No. 647, was erected on Grand Turk Island in 1855. Both have survived. There were earlier English lodges but they were short-lived. There were…