A.A.S.R. MASONS AT SUPREAM COUNCIL IN ARKANSAS 2010

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General Grand Masonic Congress President General

General Grand Masonic Congress President General
Induction of ILL. Ollie Spencer Sr. 33rd (DC)

WORDS FROM THE PRESIDENT GENERAL ILL. Ollie Spencer Sr. 33rd

I bring you greeting from the General Grand Masonic Congress and all its jurisdictions in Canada and the US. I continue to pray that each visitor to our website and this blog will be edified by what all of our Grand Lodges and their subordinates have to offer aspiring Masons and those that are seeking the light. I wish everyone success in everything they do. I believe that this is possible only if one remembers that when you put GOD first, all things are possible through Him that strengthens us. The Lord is my Light and my Salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the strength of my life, of whom shall I be afraid?



Psalms 27:1

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

2011 GGMC MEETING

For those who read this Blog I hope it finds you in good health and that if you are traveling to this years Supreme that you are blessed coming and going. I hope to see you soon as we work to build something that We can be proud of, but more importantly that our Lord and Savior can be proud of. As we travel on this journey to the East, I look forward to the day that I hear the words, "Well done my good and faithful servant." "You have done good work, square work." It is and should be all of our goal to "Mark Well" so that we may receive our wages. 

Holiness to the Lord

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

The Great pyramid of Kufu

This pix was taken a few months ago in Egypt. Note the moon in the back ground the star behind it isplanet Mars. It is in closest alignment with Earth and the Moon as Ever before. Know that the stars and planets are Gods astrological clock and historical record of what is what was and what will be.
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Sunday, October 17, 2010

Same Name/ Two different Supremes?


The General Grand Masonic Congress and the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite Masons of the United Supreme Council Southern Western Jurisdiction and Canada were in Little Rock, AK. this summer. It was a good time of learning, growing, working, and fraternizing. One of the things that we learned is that there are many different jurisdictions in Masonry, many like the other. Some so similar that they even share the same name, culture, and history. My question to you is who is legitimate, who is right, who is wrong? or Is there a wright and wrong? Should all division and factions of the same yet different kind squash any historic beef and unite under the same banner as they share the same name in the spirit of brotherly love, relief, and Charity with Harmony being the strength of our society? I would love to have your comments on this matter.
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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

General Grand Masonic Congress

General Grand Masonic Congress


Many aspiring candidates out there want to know how to become a Mason. And there are those who are out there trying to find out what is a Mason (Good or Evil). Most have a feeling tugging at their heart that says this is what I should do or be. The others have a feeling tugging at their heart that says this is something that I need to stay far away from. Perhaps you are that person that feels that your heart is being tugged in both directions and are unsure what to believe. You are that person that this Blog is for. Learn from this site, the dialog, and inquire about what you want to know so that you will no longer be torn between which directions to go. Many are called, but few are chosen. If Masonry was for all then all would be. We are not a secret society, but a society with secrets. Question, if you have a bank account would you tell everyone your pin number? Then are there those that believe that Masons should tell the world their deepest most secure information? If you know all then what would be the point of being one and would the public do with the information what the information is intended for it to do? Seek ye first the Kingdom of heaven and all else will be given unto you. "You have not, because you ask not." "2 B 1 Ask 1" "Knock and I will answer." "If you ask anything in My name..." Humble yourself for, "The meek will inherit the earth." "The last will be first and the first will be last."

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Some appreciation of the historic background of Masonry is necessary
to an understanding of the Institution. Much research has been done
by many writers into the early history of Masonry. Some of that
research has been directed at finding some specific date, era or
place when or where the Institution could be said to have had its
beginning. That research has revealed that Masonry is very old. The
oldest existing records have references to still older Masonic
records. The Regius Poem about Masonry, for example, was written
some six hundred years ago. It refers to the statutes for Masonry
that were "ordained by King Athelstane" and King Athelstane had been
dead for more than four hundred years when the Regius Poem was
written.
Research has not revealed any starting time or place for Masonry,
only that it appears to have existed in that remote period beyond
the beginnings of recorded history. Aristotle held that man is a
political animal. He lives not on his own, but in a society that
even at its most primitive stage must have had organization. In
order for the human race to progress there must have been, even in
primitive times, men who speculated or meditated about God and the
nature of His creation. The established fact that Masonry is of very
ancient origin, together with the fact that the basic precepts of
the Institution are time-less in their appeal to the best thinking
of human society, strongly suggest that Freemasonry today is in the
legitimate and unbroken line of descent from the first society of
men who had the intelligence to feel awe and reverence for the life,
order, beauty and harmony of the world around them and were
impelled by that feeling to worship the Divine Architect who
designed and governs all. "The ordinance of God, how inscrutable it
is, and goes on forever."