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Langfield Masonry quotes by Joseph Fort Newton
#1. Masonry superadds to our other obligations the strongest ties of connection between it and the cultivation of virtue, and furnishes the most powerful incentives to goodness. #Quote by Joseph Fort Newton
Langfield Masonry quotes by Theodore Roosevelt
#2. I violate no secret when I say that one of the greatest values in Masonry is that it affords an opportunity for men of all walks of life to meet on common ground where all men are equal and have one common interest. #Quote by Theodore Roosevelt
Langfield Masonry quotes by Albert Pike
#3. What is the purpose for which Masonry exists? Its ultimate purpose is the perfection of humanity. Mankind it self is still in a period of youth. We are only now beginning to acquire a consciousness of the social aim of civilization, which is man's perfection. Such perfection can never end with physical perfection, which is only the means to the end or spiritual perfection. #Quote by Albert Pike
Langfield Masonry quotes by William Howard Taft
#4. The prosperity of Masonry as a means of strengthening our religion and propagating true brotherly love, is one of the dearest wishes of my heart, which, I trust, will be gratified by the help of the Grand Architect of the Universe. #Quote by William Howard Taft
Langfield Masonry quotes by Albert Pike
#5. The Blue Degrees are but the outer court ... of the temple. Part of the symbols are displayed there to the initiate, but he is intentionally misled by false interpretation. It is not intended that he shall understand them, but it is intended that he shall imagine that he understands them ... The true explanation is reserved for the Adepts, the Princes of Masonry (those of the 32nd and 33rd degrees) #Quote by Albert Pike
Langfield Masonry quotes by Will Self
#6. Instead of looking at individual buildings, it makes more metaphorical sense to think of New York as one enormous chunk of masonry that has been cut up and carved away. It says, 'This is the ultimate polis, through which humans move like nematodes.' #Quote by Will Self
Langfield Masonry quotes by Dave Thomas
#7. There is no doubt in my mind that Masonry is the cornerstone of America. #Quote by Dave Thomas
Langfield Masonry quotes by Martin Langfield
#8. Time and place elide ... #Quote by Martin Langfield
Langfield Masonry quotes by Charles Taze Russell
#9. Our Masonic friends have it down very fine. I do not know where they got it so well. I have often wondered where they found out so many of the secrets of our High and Accepted Order of Masonry. #Quote by Charles Taze Russell
Langfield Masonry quotes by Joseph Fort Newton
#10. More than an institution, more than a tradition, more than a society, Masonry is one of the forms of Divine life upon earth. #Quote by Joseph Fort Newton
Langfield Masonry quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#11. Life lies behind us as the quarry from whence we get tiles and copestones for the masonry of to-day. This is the way to learn grammar. Colleges and books only copy the language which the field and the work-yard made. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Langfield Masonry quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#12. Come, see the north-wind's masonry, Out of an unseen quarry evermore Furnished with tile, the fierce artificer Curves his white bastions with projected roof Round every windward stake, or tree, or door. Speeding, the myriad-handed, his wild work So fanciful, so savage, naught cares he For number or proportion. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Langfield Masonry quotes by Carl H. Claudy
#13. The genius of Freemasonry is not our Masonic buildings and temples or the trappings of our organizations. It is not our great charities or community activities. It is not our beautiful rituals or their teachings! It is the 'practice of Freemasonry' by the Freemasons. Yet we cannot practice that which we do not know or understand. Thus Masonic education is the foundation for our Fraternity.
Brother Carl H. Claudy in The Master's Book says, '.. one thing and only one thing a Masonic Lodge can give its members which they can get nowhere else in the world. That one thing is Masonry. #Quote by Carl H. Claudy
Langfield Masonry quotes by Robin Sacredfire
#14. Nothing can create more dramatic changes than simple and pure love and compassion. When people pray, their prayers are listened, but the answers manifest in forms that their selfishness blinds them to see. #Quote by Robin Sacredfire
Langfield Masonry quotes by Graham Hancock
#15. The fully qualified Indian marine archaeologists who had dived on the structure in 1993 had not hesitated in their official report to pronounce it to be man-made with 'courses of masonry' plainly visible -- surely a momentous finding 5 kilometers from the shore at a depth of 23 metres? But far from exciting attention, or ruffling any academic feathers, or attracting funds for an extension of the diving survey to the other apparently man-made mounds that had been spotted bear by on the sea-bed -- and very far indeed from inspiring any Tamil expert to re-evaluate the derided possibility of a factual basis to the Kumari Kandam myth -- the NIO's discovery at Poompuhur had simply been ignored by scholarship, not even reacted to or dismissed, but just widely and generally ignored. #Quote by Graham Hancock
Langfield Masonry quotes by Benjamin Creme
#16. The New Religion will manifest, for instance, through organizations like Masonry. In Freemasonry is embedded the core or the secret heart of the occult mysteries, wrapped up on number, metaphor and symbol. #Quote by Benjamin Creme
Langfield Masonry quotes by Joseph Fort Newton
#17. Instead of criticizing Masonry, let us than God for one alter where no man is asked to surrender his liberty of thought and become an indistinguishable atom on a mass of sectarian agglomeration. #Quote by Joseph Fort Newton
Langfield Masonry quotes by John Cheever
#18. All things of the sea belong to Venus; pearls and
shells and alchemists' gold and kelp and the riggish
smell of neap tides, the inshore green, and purple
further out and the joy of distances and the roar of
falling masonry, all these are hers, but she doesn't
come out of the sea for all of us. #Quote by John Cheever
Langfield Masonry quotes by Eamon De Valera
#19. Partition is after all only an old fortress of crumbled masonry - held together with the plaster of fiction. #Quote by Eamon De Valera
Langfield Masonry quotes by Susan Abulhawa
#20. On September 16, in defiance of the cease-fire, Ariel Sharon's army
circled the refugee camps of Sabra and Shatila, where Fatima and
Falasteen slept defenselessly without Yousef. Israeli soldiers set up
checkpoints, barring the exit of refugees, and allowed their Lebanese
Phalange allies into the camp. Israeli soldiers, perched on rooftops,
watched through their binoculars during the day and at night lit the sky
with flares to guide the path of the Phalange, who went from shelter to
shelter in the refugee camps. Two days later, the first western
journalists entered the camp and bore witness. Robert Fisk wrote of it
in Pity the Nation:
They were everywhere, in the road, the laneways, in the
back yards and broken rooms, beneath crumpled masonry
and across the top of garbage tips. When we had seen a
hundred bodies, we stopped counting. Down every
alleyway, there were corpses - women, young men, babies
and grandparents - lying together in lazy and terrible
profusion where they had been knifed or machine-gunned to
death. Each corridor through the rubble produced more
bodies. The patients at the Palestinian hospital had
disappeared after gunmen ordered the doctors to leave.
Everywhere, we found signs of hastily dug mass graves.
Even while we were there, amid the evidence of such
savagery, we could see the Israelis watching us. From the
top of the tower block to the wes #Quote by Susan Abulhawa
Langfield Masonry quotes by James Joyce
#21. I hear the ruin of all space, shattered glass and toppled masonry, and time one livid final flame. #Quote by James Joyce
Langfield Masonry quotes by Albert Pike
#22. Masonry is identical with the Ancient Mysteries #Quote by Albert Pike
Langfield Masonry quotes by Brandon Garic Notch
#23. Life as we know it is merely a dream within dreams. #Quote by Brandon Garic Notch
Langfield Masonry quotes by William Howard Taft
#24. The underlying principle of Masonry is the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man. In this war we are engaging in upholding these principles and our enemies are attacking them. #Quote by William Howard Taft
Langfield Masonry quotes by Albert Pike
#25. If, anywhere, brethren of a particular religious belief have been excluded from this Degree [18° Knight Rose Croix], it merely shows how gravely the purposes and plan of Masonry may be misunderstood. For whenever the door of any Degree is closed against him who believes in one God and the soul's immortality, on account of the other tenets of his faith, that Degree is Masonry no longer. #Quote by Albert Pike
Langfield Masonry quotes by Charles Francis Richter
#26. I usually point out that most loss of life and property has been due to the collapse of antiquated and unsafe structures, mostly of brick and other masonry. #Quote by Charles Francis Richter
Langfield Masonry quotes by Mark Twain
#27. Well, it rained mortar and masonry the rest of the week. This was the report; but probably the facts would have modified it. #Quote by Mark Twain
Langfield Masonry quotes by Brandon Garic  Notch
#28. I must learn to let go, let it all go, center myself and open my mind. The ideals, concepts and ideas of the self being separate from the whole of all consciousness must change. We are one large family, you are I, and I am you. #Quote by Brandon Garic Notch
Langfield Masonry quotes by Anne Catherine Emmerich
#29. I saw also the relationship between the two popes I saw how baleful (evil; harmful) would be the consequences of this false church. I saw it increase in size; heretics of every kind came into the city (of Rome) Once more I saw the Church of Peter was undermined by a plan evolved by the secret sect (Masonry), while storms were damaging it. #Quote by Anne Catherine Emmerich
Langfield Masonry quotes by Andrew Jackson
#30. Freemasonry is an institution calculated to benefit mankind. #Quote by Andrew Jackson
Langfield Masonry quotes by James Parton
#31. If you trace up Masonry, through all its Orders, till you come to the grand tip-top head Mason of the World, you will discover that the dread individual and the Chief of the Society of Jesus [i.e., the Superior General of the Jesuit Order] are one and the same person. #Quote by James Parton
Langfield Masonry quotes by Mervyn Peake
#32. Gormenghast.
Withdrawn and ruinous it broods in umbra: the immemorial masonry: the towers, the tracts. Is all corroding? No. Through an avenue of spires a zephyr floats; a bird whistles; a freshet beats away from a choked river. Deep in a fist of stone a doll's hand wriggles, warm rebellious on the frozen palm. A shadow shifts its length. A spider stirs ...
And darkness winds between the characters.
- Gormenghast #Quote by Mervyn Peake
Langfield Masonry quotes by William Howard Taft
#33. The precepts of the Gospel were universally the obligations of Masonry. #Quote by William Howard Taft
Langfield Masonry quotes by Henry Ward Beecher
#34. The church is no more religion than the masonry of the aqueduct is the water that flows through it. #Quote by Henry Ward Beecher
Langfield Masonry quotes by William Howard Taft
#35. The secret of Masonry, like the secret of life, can be known only by those who seek it, serve it, live it. It cannot be uttered; it can only be felt and acted. It is, in fact, an open secret, and each man knows it according to his quest and capacity. Like all things worth knowing, no one can know it for another and no man can know it alone. #Quote by William Howard Taft
Langfield Masonry quotes by Agatha Christie
#36. Take the Pyramids. Great blocks of useless masonry, put up to minister to the egoism of a despotic bloated king. Think of the sweated masses who toiled to build them and died doing it. It makes me sick to think of the suffering and torture they represent."

Mrs. Allerton said cheerfully: "You'd rather have no Pyramids, no Parthenon, no beautiful tombs or temples - just the solid satisfaction of knowing that people got three meals a day and died in their beds."

The young man directed his scowl in her direction. "I think human beings matter more than stones. #Quote by Agatha Christie

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