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Erik's Masonic Journey

Wed, 24 May 2000

I've been meeting with my mentor, and am progressing very nicely with my memory work! Right now I'm working on the most difficult part, which those of you who have tackled the Entered Apprentice degree can probably easily identify!

Bro. Franz Bruhns sent me a link to the Freimaurer-Loge Am Rauhen Stein #888, a German Lodge with lots of interesting information, including an interpretation of the symbolism in Mozart's "The Magic Flute". This is a very good page, and I urge folks to check it out!

I also received some information from the Southern California Research Lodge. They sent me a book containing an interpretation of the Entered Apprentice degree, and several letters and pamphlets, including something written by Ernest Borgnine!

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