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Masonic Lodge “Phoenix to the Three Lights” at Heeren Castle

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“Virtus Junxit Mors Non Separabit” – “What virtue has united, death will not separate.”
Symbolism that has stood the test of time.

Lodge bijous

of the daughter lodges of the Grand National Mother Lodge “To the Three Globes” as well as other ancient bijous of other obediences. In this section we would like to present some bijous from the past as well as bijous from active Masonic lodges. The exhibits come from our archive or from the collections of our brothers.

“Scottish Lodge” IV. Degree

“Allgemeine Altschottische Loge (AAL) – 1742 Berlin, “painted” version.

This bijou comes from the Scottish Lodge “Zur höheren Vervollkommnung” in Orient Soest, matriculation 96 (1815).

“Scottish Lodge” IV. Degree

Modern or current design. This version is 3 mm smaller.

This bijou also comes from the Scottish Lodge “Zur höheren Vervollkommnung” in Orient Soest.

“Glückauf zum Licht”

Affiliate lodge of the Grand National Mother Lodge “Zu den drei Weltkugeln” in Orient Berlin. Bijou incomplete, the wreath is unfortunately missing.

Founded on 29.06.1906 in Orient Gelsenkirchen – dissolved 15.07.1935. Active again after the dark period under different obedience.

“The friends of harmony”

The history of the lodge began back in 1803. Founded on 08.06.1837 in Orient Maniz in the eclectic Freemasonry until 1934.

Active again after the dark period under different obedience.

“Zum silbernen Schlüssel”

Affiliate lodge of the Grand National Mother Lodge “Zu den drei Weltkugeln” in Orient Berlin.

Donated on 29.11. 1913 in Orient Bremen. Active again after the dark period under the obedience of the 3WK.

Buildings

Masonic symbols carved in stone or immortalized in glass.

Special

A picture of the original “forget-me-not” from the dark times, diameter 18mm.

Miscellaneous

Masonic symbols are diverse and clearly assignable.