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Neville Barker Cryer, el 16 de febrero de The main thesis of this paper is easily stated. The contention is that in seeking to solve some of the long-standing questions relating to our Craft and Royal Arch legends we have been too limited in looking for answers by considering only material relating to the stone building trade. Plomada - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre. Para el arte de pesca, ver Plomada pesca Una plomada es una pesa de plomo normalmente, pero puede ser.

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This is because we need to overcome four hurdles: 1. We need a redefinition of terms, e. We have to reconsider some existing views that might be regarded as already beyond debate; e.

Pre traditions are irrelevant; 3. We shall have to admit some new facts, such as Tudor wall-paintings, that may seem, at first, interesting but inappropriate or unnecessary; 4. We have therefore to unpick a skein of ravelled threads that would seem to defy the efforts of even the most patient student.

In the face of such a series of obstacles it would seem that the best course to adopt is to surrender at once and concede defeat. Whilst the obvious choice for any unwelcome intruder is to let sleeping dogs lie there are times when the prize sought by the intruder is so worthwhile that all caution has to be thrown to the winds and the danger from the dogs — or is it in this case the critics?

This, I believe, is one of those occasions. It is time, once more to engage with six questions that have battered at the doors of any self-respecting English Masonic historian. What we seek is the solution to these issues:. What does the Graham Ms. Contribute to our English Freemasonry?. What did Dr Anderson intend by calling Masons Noachidae?. What is the real place and point of the Ark Mariner degree?. Where does the emphasis on Babylon come from?. Where did the Josiah legend originate and where does it fit?

In what follows I adopt a line of argument; based on evidence, that seeks not only to answer these questions satisfactorily but even shows that they are all interrelated.

To start this argument I begin with a vivid personal experience of an aspect of architectural history. In the summer of I took part in what have been a regular series of lectures and activities organised by the Chancellor of York Minster.

It was first completed about This is one of the most remarkable pieces of early medieval carpentry in Britain and is still standing intact. There is a model of the roof structure, the work of R. Littlewood, inside the Chapter House, Fig. You can imagine the room being a hive of activity. You then again mount the winding stairs and, on reaching the summit of the stairway, step into an octagonal area.

Soaring up above your head is an array of massive beams, each great timber shaped and gently tapered to meet its companions in the pointed space that marks the pinnacle of the Chapter House roof whilst on the equally well chamfered and pegged cross beams there are laid the waterproofing lead sheets above which the tiles create the outer shell.

Nor is that all. From the very apex of the roof there descends a central wooden pillar, like the main mast of an old-time sailing ship, and as thick, but composed of three lengths of timber since one alone could not take the strain. This great bastion of wood plunges to the very base and foundations of the whole building, giving it immense poise and anchorage.

You realise, as you may never have realized before, that here is the inner reality of this medieval erection — an inseparable union of at least two great trades so as to produce this marvel of the York Chapter House. The masons and carpenters are seen to have been working hand in hand. Chapter House roof structure Fig. It is because we have so often overlooked or forgotten this partnership in the operative period of our Crafts that it may come as something of a shock to be reminded that our forebears did not make that mistake.

In the History of the Carpenters Company of London by Jasper Ridley one notes how many times in the 15th and 16th centuries the masons and the carpenters were summoned or charged by the Mayor and Corporation to act together. Craftsmen: carpenter, gardener, forester, and various trades. French midth century. That this was the case despite the fact that the Masons and the Carpenters had their separate Charters, Guild halls and forms of livery is singular and significant.

That suggests that symbolically these two trades seem very inter-connected indeed. This structure had a stone base, l2ft high brick walls with wooden superstructure and canvas awnings.

The great chamber was feet long, 42 feet wide and 30 feet high and was flanked by a dining room, drawing room and chapel plus a cellar for 3, bottles of expensive wine. It can thus be seen that Coke commandeered the skills of not only those who worked in stone and wood but of bricklayers and tent makers. He first states there: Jabal found out Geometry and he divided Flocks of Sheep and Lands; be first built a House of Stone and Timber and there was a King called Hiram who loved well King Solomon, and he gave him timber for the work.

In the Constitutions of we read the following: at length NOAH, the ninth from Seth, was commanded and directed of God to build the great Ark, which though of wood, was certainly fabricated by Geometry, and according to the Rules of Masonry. As can be seen Fig. Noah and the Building of the Ark now disintegrated. Tudor wall paintings: in , workmen in the Hall uncovered a wall painting. Artist Frederick William Fairholt made sketches and a full size fascimile of these murals. The second fact concerns the choice of plays in the Mystery cycles held in many towns of England from the 14th to the late 16th century.

What we know here is that in Chester, Newcastle and York the Noah play, or some part of it was claimed by the naval Carpenters or Shipwrights because it involved the construction of an actual wooden hull, thus advertising their trade skill. The Carpenters themselves in York and Chester undertook the play of the Resurrection. In this play Christ rises up from a wooden coffin in which he is supposed to have been laid in the tomb. Third-Degree Tracing Boards Yet even this evidence is not all that we have to work on.

There are at least three more matters that merit our attention. The next common factor between the two trades was the choice of a common patron.

This was the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus. For the Masons the choice seemed self-evident. Jesus was the chief cornerstone of the Temple and the keystone of its arch. For the Carpenters no less the fact that Mary was both the wife of a carpenter, Joseph, and the mother of Jesus who was thought to have served an apprenticeship and been trained in this craft, made her choice as the Patron of these woodworkers abundantly obvious.

There is also something else. The guilds had secondary patrons who were saints and their particular plays were presented in even earlier days than the Corpus Christi performances. Jasper Ridley informs us that the election date of a Master of the Carpenters was originally St. It is not possible to enter here into a full description of the story of this distinctive character but one of the intriguing symbolic facts in his play was that before being put to death by being broiled alive on a squared gridiron the very shape of Philip.

Thus when the Saint stood before his accusers he had his arms akimbo, that is, the hands on the hips and the arms at right angles from the body, and when he gave assent to any question he turned his right hand over to the front and extended it at right angles to his body.

That is why Freemasons to this day give their assent in this fashion. It would seem therefore that at the very outset of the development of our ritual and legend, following the establishment of the premier Grand Lodge in London in , there was a double source of material from which to draw. What more natural then that in the formation of our l8th-century Masonic practice there should be two legend sources relating to the very fundamentals of the Bible story.

The first of these was the story recounted by Anderson in his Constitutions, of the preservation and transmission of the Seven Liberal Arts and Sciences of mankind by the creation and protection of two great pillars that linked Adam, via Lamech, to Hermes and the period after the Flood. It will, I think, be helpful if we remind ourselves of some of the story as it was first recorded: Lamech had two wives, the one called Ada the other Zilla; by Ada he begat two sons, Jabal, and Jubal; by Zilia he had one Son called Tubalcain, and a Daughter called Naamah.

This legend was to pass through many variations but was eventually enshrined in the Lecture attached to our usual Second Degree where we read: These pillars were formed hollow, the better to serve as archives for Masonry, and therein were, deposited the Constitutional rolls. They were made of brass. NB: — not now for Arts and Sciences, nor of stone. Regocijate sion 3 rar. If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact.

The document is called the Graham Manuscript and its date is ambiguously recorded as 1 7 2 6, which might be or Whilst it is likely that no firm conclusion can be reached as to which is the most correct date it can at least be asserted that qualified and expert examination of the writing in the original document has put on it a late 17th-century provenance and we certainly know that is the latest date by which it could have been transcribed.

Moreover Bro. Herbert Poole, who first drew the attention of the Masonic world to the Graham Ms. Why that should have happened in is an intriguing matter in itself but not immediately relevant to our present study. What is certainly relevant is the fact that we have here the story of Noah, the keeper of the secrets of the 7 Liberal Arts and Sciences, declaring that the disclosure of those secrets can only take place when three are present a treble voice but dying before he has made those secrets known.

An attempt is made by the three sons to raise their father, and with F. Text and its later counterpart. It would not only be fitting — it would be more than likely. The Graham Ms. Gives shape and reality to that association. Whilst it would be excessive to quote at length from this Masonic source, and the full text is available to all those needing it in Vol.

I fully appreciate that this may at first seem to be using the document to support a thesis already decided on, but I hope that by looking at the actual text the comments that follow may help to dispel any suggestion of this kind of post hoc reasoning.

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