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Corn, Wine, & Oil
Featuring Worshipful Brother Gerald
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Corn Wine and Oil are described as the wages of a fellowcraft mason. In olden times these three were literal expressions or definitions of wealth. Today masonry also uses corn wine and oil to represent symbolic wealth of a different kind. Corn illustrates wealth as an expression of the number of the friends we make and enrichment of our lives in many other areas. Oil is known as the oil of joy, the happiness we possess. Wine signifies health. Good health and peace of mind.
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