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Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Symbolism

Freemasonry doesn't have the corner on the market for its symbolism, but when more than a few of same images show up in one place, you have to wonder if Freemasons were involved. Given the large influx of Methodists into Freemasonry in the mid 1800's, have a look at the stained glass windows in the Chappell Hill, Texas United Methodist Church, built in 1901 by Henry Brandt: All Seeing Eye, corn (wheat), wine, handshake, beehive, anchor, crown and cross.

Hmmm.

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