Memento 1er Degree AASR Apprentice Words
Author: Pierre PELLE LE CROISA
You will find in this memento the main elements that define the rank of apprentice, the lodge carpet drawn in the first degree, a detailed plan of the lodge locating among other things the place of the officers, the symbol of their board, the instruction in the first degree...
For a young Freemason who has just been initiated, it is very difficult to understand what he has just experienced.
From the beginning (the passage under the blindfold, the four elements, the cabinet of reflection, etc.) through the oaths and the chain of union until the reception ceremony and the recognition of the Brothers, the initiate has started his walk. But too many things he has experienced, seen without perceiving them, and above all without grasping their meaning, jostle in his head and leave him eager for knowledge.
It is to answer his questions and to accompany him in his quest that this book is written. He opened the doors to his apprenticeship, leaving him to continue his journey on his path as a Freemason.
Pierre Pelle le Croisa has managed large companies and international schools. Freemason for 35 years, he has been an active member of the Grand Orient and now of the Grand Lodge of France.
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