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were found in almost excellent state of preservation. Among these were altars, indented Lassel, square, compass, 24-inch gauge, common gavel, level, plumb, blazing star, and the jewels of our three ancient Grand Masters, even the motto used by the Order today "Faith, Hope and Charity" chiseled in stone, leaving no doubt as to the existence of the Order at the time of the building of the temple and during the reign of Solomon, King of Israel. Mount Moriah should be held in sacred reverence by every Mason, for there was the key to our mystic rites, for it was there masonry had its real development. It was there the operative part of our science was first illustrated in genius and toil that over-came every obstacle and the unwavering faith that sustained the craftsman to meet every emergency, whether knocking off the corners of rough





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