Monday, September 10, 2007

A photo tour of the George Washington Masonic Memorial

The non-Mason blogger at The Contrarian and his wife stopped by the George Washington Masonic Memorial in Alexandria, Virginia over the weekend. He just posted quite a few photographs of the way cool stuff they saw.

His captions make the photo tour all the more enjoyable. Check it out.

Image: Bro. Gareth Diem, Supreme Tall Cedar. Photo by The Contrarian. Portrait by unknown. The first thing that came to mind when I saw that cap on his head was, "Is he wearing a tinfoil hat?"

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  1. great images
    funny guy
    read some of the comments
    nice image we have out there from the profane

  2. So what did I learn about Freemasonry? Basically that any group with this apalling an aesthetic cannot possibly control the world.

    I'd hate to tell the guy that he was in one of the classy Masonic joints.

    He ought to see my lodge building. (I hesitate to call it a "temple", that's overstating things a bit...)

  3. I've noticed that just about the only
    Masonic lodges that don't look like fishing camps are the ones that have Eastern Star chapters meeting there.

    — W.S.

  4. Finally, someone with a sense of humor as warped as my own!!


  5. I notice that the Bro's are a little comment shy on this one - only 5, compared to the 28 on the previous.

    As Linda Blair would say; it burns, it burns, oh how it burns...

  6. I'm glad you guys have such well-developed senses of humor.

    Have any of you read The Secret Architecture of Our Nation's Capital, by David Ovason? It has a foreward from C. Fred Kleinknecht, Sovereign Grand Commander, The Supreme Council, Southern Jurisdiction, Washington, DC.

    I might blog about the book at some point, but it probably won't be very "funny."


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