Knights Templar

The Life of The Templars

In the early days of the Templars, as their numbers were small, the Knights lived by the Rule of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, where the canons first found shielding. However, in 1129, at the C...
Knights Templar

The Beauseant: The Templar Banner

Banners played an important role in wars in the medieval ages. They were considered a symbol of moral enforcement, and it distinguished regiments from others on the battlegrounds. The Knights Templ...

The Masonic Rose

The rose is a flower that has been used in the traditions, folklore, and symbolism of several cultures and religions all through the ages. The rose has represented romance, wisdom, duality and othe...

The Crown and The Cross

The Crown and the Cross is a logo of the Knights Templar within the York Rite Appendage body. The Crown and the Cross is also a popular symbol in Christianity. This shows how the Knights Templar is...

The 47th Problem OF Euclid

The 47th Problem of Euclid or 47th Proposition of Euclid is also known as the Pythagorean Theorem. It is represented by three squares. The symbol of the 47th problem of Euclid looks mysterious to ...
Freemason Stuff

The Masonic Point Within A Circle

The Masonic symbol of the point within a circle has an Ancient and Modern symbolism. Some depictions of the Masonic symbol have a B on the left side of the vertical line which represents John the ...

Masonic Emblems

Masonic emblems are different from Masonic symbols. Emblems can only have one meaning while symbols could have various meanings. Emblems are like a logo that represents an abstract concept. They ar...

The Masonic Anchor and Ark

The Masonic Anchor and Ark are symbols of a life well spent and a deeply rooted hope.

Rough and Perfect Ashlar

Rough and perfect ashlar are stones that serve to symbolize a man’s spiritual and moral life.