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The Freemason Dictionary - A Reference of Masonic Words & Phrases

Pass Grip

a form of handshake by which one brother can recognise another. (Explained to candidate during ceremony but very difficult to recognise from a normal handshake therefore only really used during he ceremony.)

Secret Word A word by which one mason would recognise another. (The word is so obtuse that it would not be used in normal conversation as it would not make any sense.)
Rough Aslar Description of a piece of stone as taken from the quarry. (In Masonic terms a man when entering Freemasonry And prior to finding Masonic enlightenment.)
Perfect Aslar

Description of a piece of stone which had been square and is true in all its dimensions. (In Masonic terms a man who has been through the three degrees and is a good and true Freemason.)

 
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GAOTU

Grand, or Great Architect of the Universe. A deity which can be recognised by all faiths. (Mistaken by the anti freemasonry lobby who mistakeĀ the spelling an meaning and say FreemasonsĀ  worship the goat.)

Tracing Board Lodges have three tracing board for the three degrees. (They are formalised illustrations of certain aspects of a particular ceremony.)
   
   
   
   

 

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