The Ashlar Company
For the good of the craft...
Featuring Worshipful Brother Gerald
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The word profane comes from the Latin profanus meaning outside the temple those on the outside so to say In our time profane carries the notion of irreverence or contempt for god or sacred principles Masons intend it or use it in its original sense outsiders - those on the outside - not a part of us and is used in a manner similar to cowans
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