Fermor-Hesketh Masonic Lodge

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King Solomon’s Temple
Fermor Hesketh Lodge No 1350 hosted a lecture on “The building, King Solomon’s Temple”. The lecture was delivered by Jeffery Smith and Jimmy Rogers of Cleveleys Lodge of Mark Master Masons No 1176. The lecture was first devised and presented on 29 April, 1983 by S D Bates, assisted by W S Linkison as a “one off” presentation. To date it has been delivered 483 times and raised more than £100,000 for charities.

A one-thirtieth scale model of King Solomon’s Temple.
According to earliest records, forms of ritual have been practised by speculative Masons since the late 16th century using knowledge which was vastly inferior to that which was available today and in living conditions of which, we have really no comprehension.

What the early Masons had, was an unshakable belief in a divine being and a considerable familiarity with the contents of the Holy Bible. They…

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