2018年12月9日星期日

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what's a freemasonry?

what is a free mason? There's a lot of discussion.
The roots and developing of Freemasonry are a issue under discussion and debate.
A poetry known as the "Regius Manuscript " has been old to roughly 1390 and is the earliest known Masonic written text.
There is proof to point out that there were Masonic existing in Scotland as beginning as the delayed Sixteenth millennium (for example the Villa at Kilwinning, Scotland, has information that time frame to the delayed Sixteenth millennium, and is described in the Second Schaw Laws (1599) which specified that "ye warden of ye lug of Kilwynning tak tryall of ye airt of memorie and technology yrof, of everie fellowe of art and everie prenteiss according to ayr of yr vocations").
There do understand sources to the lifestyle of resorts in Britain by the mid-17th millennium.
Freemasonry is a organization that begin to exist in the late Sixteenth to beginning Seventeenth century. Freemasonry now prevails in various types around the world, with a normal membership approximated at around 6,000,000, such as roughly 150,000 under the areas of the lodge of Scotland and lodge of Ireland in europe. Arround 2,000,000 in the lodge of US.
The fraternity is administratively structured into separate Lodges or sometimes Orients, each of which controls its own rules and authority, which includes Lodges. The different   Lodges identify each other. or not, based upon adherence to landmarks (a Grand Lodge will usually deem other Grand Lodges who share common landmarks to be regular, and those that do not to be "irregular" or "clandestine").
You could tell form this map about how many lodges and what's there relationship. Could you tell what's a freemasonry now?
what's a freemasonry
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Secret of Masonic handshape

a lot of people take masonic is a secrets society.  do you get some idea of its handshakes?
A handshake is defined as the act of grasping and shaking a person’s hand (as to acknowledge an introduction or to agree on a contract). The Masonic Handshake is an important symbol used to represent members of the society of freemasons. There are several different handshakes depending on the level of the mason. The act of shaking a masons hand will indicate immediately what level a mason is, without a single spoken word! Masonic handshakes are mainly used for social purposes as a form of recognition.
Masonic Handshake – Masters Grip
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The Master’s grip is shown in the image on the right. It is given by taking hold of the other person’s hand as if you were going to shake hands, then place the nails of each of your fingers into the joint of the other person’s wrist where it unites with the hand. If the person whom you are shaking hands with is a Mason, he will generally return a like pressure on your hand.
Masonic Handshake – Pass Grip of Master Mason
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The pass-grip of a master mason is shown in the image on the right. It is given by taking hold of the other’s hands as in ordinary handshaking and pressing the top of the thumb hard against the space between the second and third knuckles. If the person whom you are shaking hands with is a Mason, he will generally return a like pressure on your hand.
Masonic Handshake – Real Grip of Fellow Craft
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The real grip of a fellow craft is shown in the image on the right and given by taking each other by the right hand as in ordinary hand-shaking and pressing the top of your thumb hard against the second knuckle. If the person whom you are shaking hands with is a Mason, he will generally return a like pressure on your hand.
Masonic Handshake – Pass Grip of Fellow Craft
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The pass-grip of fellow craft is shown in the image on the right and given by taking the other’s hands as in ordinary hand-shaking and pressing the top of the thumb hard against the space between the first and second knuckles of the right hand. If the person whose hand you hold is a Fellow Craft, he will return a like pressure on your hand or may give you the grip of an Entered Apprentice.
Masonic Handshake – Grip of Entered Apprentice

The grip of an entered apprentice is shown in the image on the right and given by taking hold of each other’s hands as in ordinary hand-shaking and pressing the top of the thumb hard against the first knuckle-joint of the first finger near the hand. If the person whom you are shaking hands with is a Mason, he will generally return a like pressure on your hand.
10 facts about the masonic handshake 
Masonic Handshake Fact 1: The Master’s grip is given by taking hold of the other person’s hand as if you were going to shake hands, then place the nails of each of your fingers into the joint of the other person’s wrist where it unites with the hand
Masonic Handshake Fact 2: The five points of masonic fellowship are: foot to foot, knee to knee, breast to breast, hand to back and either mouth to ear or cheek to cheek
Masonic Handshake Fact 3: The real grip of a fellow craft is described as follows: “Take each other by the right hand as in ordinary hand-shaking and press top of your thumb hard against the second knuckle”
Masonic Handshake Fact 4: The pass-grip of a master mason is described as follows: “Take hold of each other’s hands as in ordinary handshaking and press the top of your thumb hard against the space between the second and third knuckles”
Masonic Handshake Fact 5: The strong grip of a master mason is described as follows: “Grasp each other’s right hands very firmly, the spaces between the thumb and first finger being interlocked and the tops of the fingers being pressed hard against each other’s wrist where it joins the hand, the fingers of each being somewhat spread”
Masonic Handshake Fact 6: The masons pass-grip is given by pressing the thumb between the joints of the second and third fingers where they join the hand
Masonic Handshake Fact 7: Often the word ‘token’ is used to describe the sign or grip given by masons as brotherly recognition
Masonic Handshake Fact 8: In freemasonry, the hand is a symbol of human actions. Pure hands are symbolic of pure actions whilst unclean hands are symbolic of impure actions
Masonic Handshake Fact 9: Masonic handshakes are mainly used for social purposes as a form of recognition
Masonic Handshake Fact 10: The symbolic meaning of a masonic handshake can be described as follows: “This physical act is the outward sign, or token, of the union of our minds and hearts.”
source: signology.org
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2018年9月1日星期六

Personalized coins about Saint Saint Francis of Assisi.

This is one of the ten coins our client costumed made. personalized coins about Saint Saint Francis of Assisi.

Saint Francis of Assisi (Italian: San Francesco d'Assisi), born Giovanni di Pietro di Bernardone, informally named as Francesco (1181/1182 – 3 October 1226), was an Italian Catholic friar, deacon and preacher. He founded the men's Order of Friars Minor, the women’s Order of Saint Clare, the Third Order of Saint Francis and the Custody of the Holy Land. Francis is one of the most venerated religious figures in history. Pope Gregory IX canonized Francis on 16 July 1228. Along with Saint Catherine of Siena, he was designated Patron saint of Italy. He later became associated with patronage of animals and the natural environment, and it became customary for Catholic and Anglican churches to hold ceremonies blessing animals on his feast day of 4 October. He is often remembered as the patron saint of animals.

 

 

This client come out with and idea of making a set coins relative to Bible, characters from bible. He first send us some pictures that he want on the coin, we will draw the 3d Artwork according to the pictures. 

the other side saint Francis of assisi. The other side is different animals in the forest. Here is the 3D artwork we draw according to client's idea.

  saint francis

this is a 3D design, the color painting is on the 3d. So it's not only pad printing on flat surface. Please see how the coin look.

  saint Francis

Our client first order 100pcs to test the market. then he reorder.

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