Thursday, 24 May 2018
Category: History. Adventures. Personal Experience
Edwardian era. British history

The Golden Age of Edwardian Britain 1901–1914

It is time to look at a period in Britain’s history which may seem eerily familiar to modern readers. It was a time when a Home Secretary stood up in the House of Commons and admitted that there had, in the last twelve months, been a net migration to this country of 600,000 people. Most […]

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lodge massonry

Masonic Lodge. The Origins Of Freemasonry

FREEMASONRY HAS TWO SEPARATE HISTORIES. Maconic Lodge. It has a ritual history that begins in the Masonic Year of Light, or Anno Lucis (A.L.). According to ritual myths, Freemasonry began with Adam, was passed down the lines of the patriarchs to the builders of Solomon’s Temple, and continued down to the present day. The Masonic […]

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Château Frontenac

The Château Frontenac

Château Frontenac, or Frontenac Castle (officially called Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac) is a luxury grand hotel in Quebec City. The hotel is located in the historic center of Quebec at Cape Diamant, near the Quebec Citadel, and offers guests stunning panoramic views of the St. Lawrence River and the Old Town. This is one of […]

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Symbols. Rituals-of-Freemasonry

Symbols. The Rituals of Freemasonry

NOBODY KNOWS MUCH ABOUT the rituals and symbols used by the early masters of the Lodge of Aberdeen, David Menzies, Matthew Wright, and Alexander Stuart, but we do know that they set about studying the power of symbols to affect the way people think. We know this because their early Masonic floor cloth, which shows […]

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napoleon bonaparte waterloo battle

The Battle of Waterloo 1815. Napoleon Bonaparte

There may be doubts about the facts surrounding the mutiny on the Bounty, but we come now to an integral part of the nation’s history about which there can surely be no possible dispute; that Britain won the Battle of Waterloo. Even asking the very question, ‘Did Britain win the Battle of Waterloo?’ sounds absurd. After all, […]

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