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Jewelry Trends: 1900 – 1980
Jewelry trends change frequently. From fashion items to wedding rings, jewelry can vary greatly over the course of a few decades and sometimes even a few seasons. The ever-changing faces of jewelry can be influenced by a range of outside factors, from cultu...

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The 12 Gemstones of the Bible: First Row
 There are several passages that connect gemstones to religion in the Bible. Precious gems and jewelry held significance in the holy text, both for personal adornment and spiritual enhancement. Today, we’ll talk about three very specific gemstones: those fo...

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Famous Masons: Harry Truman
Harry Truman was initiated into the Brotherhood at Belton Lodge No. 450 at the age of 25. Just two years later, he became Master of Belton Lodge No. 618, a newly established lodge that chose to separate itself from 450. Both lodges were located in Missouri,...

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Brief History of Emeralds
For those born in May, the emerald is a well-known symbol. Dark green in color and May’s birthstone, the emerald is part of a larger group called beryl, which consists of a wide variety of colored minerals that include aquamarine and morganite. The reason t...

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Famous Masons: FDR
  Previously, we talked about the Mason Theodore Roosevelt . Today, we have another Roosevelt in mind. Franklin Delano, or FDR as he was commonly called, was born 24 years after his famous fifth cousin. In case you're confused about which common ancestors t...

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Famous Masons: Theodore Roosevelt
On September 14, 1901, following the assassination of President McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt was sworn into the presidency of the United States. He was and continues to be the youngest person to ever hold the seat. Theodore Roosevelt, or "Teddy" as he was o...

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Women in Freemasonry
Ask any Mason, and he'll be quick to tell you that there's no such thing as a female Freemason order. The Masonic brotherhood was originally established as a fraternity for stonemasons, which is why its symbolism focuses heavily on common masonic tools such...

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Famous Masons: Andrew Jackson
Born on March 15, 1767 to parents who emigrated from Ireland just two years prior, Andrew Jackson was nothing like the other presidents before him. He grew up in a wild region that currently makes up the border between North and South Carolina, his educatio...

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Freemason Legends: The Goat
Freemasonry is filled with unique symbolism, some of which we've already addressed directly on our website. From compass and square to the double-headed eagle, Masonic symbolism includes everything from common sense symbols to the slightly bizarre. It's no ...

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Famous Masons: James Monroe
James Monroe was born in 1758 in Virginia at a pivotal time leading up to the American Revolution. His parents died early; his father passed away when Monroe was just 16 and his mother likely some time before that, although her death date is not actually kn...
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