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In addition to the forms of initiation there were solemn obligations of secrecy. The covenant between Jonathan and David should be sufficient to remove all objections of the kind. The entered into a solemn covenant and sealed it with an oath. "As the Lord liveth, and as thy soul liveth" Masons never entered into any more solemn obligations and they were faithfully kept by Jonathan and David. A sign was agreed on which was the shooting of three arrows, that by falling or not falling in a certain spot would communicate to David whether his life was in danger in the house of Saul. A covenant sealed by an obligation of secrecy and accompanied by a sign. Objector what more in Masonry?





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