SCHOOL OF KNOWLEDGE
Every Church built prior to the second worldwar is a Masonic building and has within its
boundaries the lessons taught at Masonic Lodges.
Masons attending Lodges during the week would learn the principles associated with the
very first Schools of Knowledge known to Man. This knowledge was presented by God
himself to Mankind.
At the Weekend Freemasons would attend places of Worship to see this knowledge
portrayed upon the buildings erected to worship the Creator of the World - GOD
BEHOLD I STAND AT THE DOOR AND KNOCK

To become a Freemason, you must be a seeker - a seeker of  Knowledge.
To become a Freemason you must knock at the Door to discover the mysteries of the
Temple of Light.

Jesus shows you the way to knock at the door to receive the light he is carrying in his hand
THE SQUARE

St. Thomas proudly wears the Square - the main Tool of a Freemason
Every Mason knows the importance of the Square, how it is used to build (erect), the most
perfect buildings. More importantly it's representation of how Mason's should conduct
their Morals to all Men.

St. Thomas - Jesus' Disciple is always associated with the Square, a principle tool in
Freemasonry
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