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Operative And Speculative Freemasonry

by H. L. Haywood

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11895070M
    ISBN 101428690344
    ISBN 109781428690349

    Publisher's Summary Brother Mackey outlines a brief history of why we, as Freemasons, consider operative and speculative masonry to be interconnected even though, on the surface, they don't appear to be. He discusses symbolism being handed down by generations of priests as well as the erection of King Solomon's temple and our role in all of it. The Ritual of the Operative. Free Masons THOMAS CARR, M.D., P. M. Honorary Member of the Guild of Operative Free Masons i.^ — Introduction. Most Speculative Free Masons are aware of the fact that a Guild of Operative Free Masons still exists, and that the Masons.

    The Transformation from Operative to Speculative Freemasonry Edited by Michael R. Poll 6x9 Softcover pages Included in this indispensable book are 16 of the most significant documents tracing Freemasonry from its early operative roots to the early collections defining the seeds of Speculative Freemasonry. A group of Master Masons talk about topics of Masonic interest--each from their own unique perspective. You'll find a wide range of subjects including history, trivia, travel, book reviews, great quotes, and hopefully a little humor as well on topics of interest for Freemasons and those interested in the subject of Freemasonry.

    The most satisfactory definition of freemasonry from the Masonic historian's point of view would appear to be the organisation and practices which have from time to time prevailed among medieval working masons and their `operative' and `speculative' successors, from the earliest date from which such organisation is traceable down to the present. An intriguing and scholarly summary of the history of masons to free masons. Since my great grandfather, my grandfather and my father were all masons (actual, operative, work with stone, brick and mortar masons) I was intrigued by the ties of this occupation to faith, honor and nobility/5.


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Operative And Speculative Freemasonry by H. L. Haywood Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Transition From Operative To Speculative Freemasonry Paperback – Septem by C. Leadbeater (Author) See all 5 formats and editions Author: C. Leadbeater. I would recommend this book for all master masons and especially those continuing on and finishing their York degrees.

It's an excellent reference book for the library of anyone studying the history of the fraternity with an eye towards the transistion from operative masonry to speculative masonry/5(8). The speculative side of man learns the philosophical, theological and spiritual lessons that Freemasonry teaches, while the Operative And Speculative Freemasonry book side of man puts those lessons into action.

In that Freemasonry has adopted the Hermetic habit of synthesizing contrary or competing concepts, it is essential that the Mason understand how he is to bring the lessons he has learned into the world.

Speculative Freemasonry, in its truer sense therefore, is cooperating with the Grand Lodge on High in the work of the revelation of spirit through the medium of the outer form, and if we can understand that then we can understand the truer meaning of Operative Freemasonry.

After this, the applicant goes to the work-shop or quarry at high twelve on Friday, the sixth day of the week High-twelve because, according to operative tradition, something important happened at that hour and that tradition has been followed by, and incorporated into, speculative Freemasonry.

As that Order culminated in the Essenian Brotherhood, so the Order of Operative was in transformed into that of Speculative Masonry. That Speculative Masonry is the offspring of the ancient corporations of Builders and Masons, there cannot be a doubt.

But, in the book “Freemasonry: The Reality,” by Tobias Churton, (publ. ), there is Operative And Speculative Freemasonry book quotation (p. ) from “the Renter Warden’s accounts of the London Company of ffremasons (Guildhall Library),” which states that in the accountant received fees from “them wch were taken into the Accepcon whereof xs [10 shillings] is to be.

In Freemasonry we discuss two kinds of masonry Operative and Speculative. By definition the term Operative means "functioning; having effect". Operative masons were those who actually worked with stone. In the operative lodges or guild lodges, they were.

PART III - MITHRAISM: FREEMASONRY AND THE ANCIENT MYSTERIES. PART IV - FREEMASONRY AND THE ROMAN COLLEGIA. PART V - THE OLD CHARGES OF FREEMASONRY and What They Mean to Us. PART VI - FREEMASONRY AND THE COMACINE MASTERS. PART VII - FREEMASONRY AND THE GUILD SYSTEM.

PART VIII - THE OPERATIVE MASONS. If such is the origin of Freemasonry, the question arises: why should an operative Craft become a speculative Craft. In the middle ages, the clergy, or ecclesiastics, were the repositories of learning.

It is not, therefore, strange for them to associate themselves with a society of such technical skill and erudition in the theoretical sciences. An invitational body dedicated to the preservation of the history and workings of operative guild masonry.

We are a Masonic Society which exists to perpetuate a memorial of the practices of operative Free Masons existing prior to modern speculative Freemasonry. The nature, then, of this operative and speculative combination, is the first problem to be solved, and the symbolism which depends upon it is the first feature of the institution which is to be developed.

Freemasonry, in its character as an operative art, is familiar to every one. It now becomes my duty to explain to you the variety of objects which will attract your attention on your passage to the middle chamber, and to inform you that Freemasonry is considered under two denominations – Operative and Speculative.

By Operative Masonry we allude to a proper application of the useful rules of architecture, whence a structure will derive figure, strength, and beauty, and. Operative Masonry is about physical architecture; Speculative Freemasonry is human architecture.

During the first centuries of its existence a Mason had to apply both of these systems of architecture. Every member was an Operative Mason, practiced the art as a trade and means of livelihood. The Ritual of the Operative Free Masons By Thomas Carr This paper is written, first, to prove that Speculative Free Masonry is derived from Operative Free Masonry; second, to give some account of the Operative Free Masons, of their Ritual, and of their customs.

Included in this indispensable book are some of the most significant documents tracing Freemasonry from its early operative roots to the early collections defining the seeds of Speculative Freemasonry.

Included are: "Edict of Rothari"; "The Regius Manuscript"; "The 4/4(1). part viii - the operative masons part ix - how operative masonry changed to speculative masonry: the period of transition part x - the first grand lodge part xi - the great cleavage in freemasonry: an account of the "ancient" grand lodge part - xii various grand lodges; york, ireland, scotland etc.

The author cites a book called Records of the Hole Crafte and Fellowship of Masons, written inby Edward Conder, Jr. Master of the Masons. A quote from this book tells us, “The first Speculative Freemasons were William, Lord Alexander his brother Anthony Alexander (the King’s Maister o’ Wark – Master of Works) and Sir Alexander.

Ancient Manuscripts of the Freemasons: The Transformation from Operative to Speculative Freemasonry -A Masonic Bestseller. Included in this indispensable book are 16 of the most significant documents tracing Freemasonry from its early operative roots.

Elias Ashmole () was the first to record a personal account of initiation into Accepted Freemasonry. His writings help solve the debate between operative and “speculative” origins of Accepted Freemasonry, demonstrating that symbolic Freemasonry existed within Released on: J.

"Operative Freemasonry" is a manual on the art and practice of Freemasonry. By providing detailed information and advice often overlooked or forgotten on how Freemasonry "works", this book AN OPERATOR'S MANUAL FOR FREEMASONRY Every new Mason learns that "operative masonry" refers to the art and practice of stoneworking while "speculative /5.For Weisberger, Speculative Freemasonry isn’t something that just happened to emerge at the time but was deliberately created in the s as ‘a vehicle for the promotion of Newtonian ideas and other tenets associated with the Enlightenment’, being a repurposing of the operative guilds that were much in evidence in post-Great Fire London.A web-based book that explains the rise of operative, accepted, and speculative Freemasonry.

Freemasonry: An overview of freemasonry from the Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment, the revised edition. The Masonic Trowel: John Theophilus Desaguliers: An excerpt explaining the influences of John Desaguliers on freemasonry.