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There are hundreds of varieties of acacia growing in many parts of the world. in the bible acacia is referred to as shittah wood and was used for the ark, tabernacle and alter. Today masons consider acacia in the ritual and at masonic funerals The acacia is associated mourning and is a symbol of mortality. It is significant enough in freemasonry to be represented on grand officers aprons
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