Mystery of Masonic Rings
& A Look At The
Most Beautiful Masonic Rings:
Are Masonic Rings Really?
rings are the rings by Free Mason followers or believers. Worn on
the right hand, many famous celebrities and visionaries wear Masonic Rings ranging
from Mozart to Obama.
Masonic rings bear a crest or design mostly of a square or the compasses.
By wearing this ring the Free Mason is promising to live their life full of virtues
and good tidings with the quest for knowledge of life. There are different Grand
Lodges within the Free Mason community that is governed by its own leaders so
each crest and design might be slightly different but still posses the square
and compass idea.
crest is kept secret so others cannot know the secret words and
teachings of the free masons. This ring is the promise each Mason takes in protecting
the teachings and knowledge of the beliefs of free masons.
Why do Master Masons wear these rings?
To be forever bound to your obligation, which is your solemn promise, made of
your own free will, before the Great Architect of the Universe, as well as your
family, friends and brothers signifying your true and heartfelt desire to be forever
bound in unity with the fraternity.
is it about a Masonic ring that provides this emotional feeling of wholeness,
of stability, and inner completeness which each man craves in his very soul?
Eternity of the Circle: Marriage, too, is the heartfelt promise before
the Great Architect to be forever bound in unity with another. Marriage is a legal
and emotional bond which ties 2 people together before their family, friends and
our Creator,...but it is only in the act of the promise that true marital unity
Freemasonry, the only thing that sets a Freemason apart from other men is his
heartfelt desire, his promise,...his oath...his obligation,...his word... which
bonds him to the fraternity...because he is, technically, free to leave the fraternity
at any time he so chooses. As our Creator has bestowed Free Will upon each of
us, so, too, does the fraternity.
of Authenticity: Your Masonic
ring is an outward sign of your authenticity as a Master Mason within the brotherhood.
Promise: Therefore, as you can see, it is only in the act of the "promise"
before the Creator from which brotherhood derives its true strength and beauty.
How should I wear my Masonic ring?...with the points of the legs of
the Compasses facing toward me or with the points of the legs facing away from
me?...which is correct?
This question is, apparently, one of the most frequently requested items of information
that is asked of M.S.A.N.A. (Masonic Service Association of North America). Their
response is that it may be worn either way. ..the 2 points of the compasses may
point to the brother to remind him of his obligation or the 2 points of the compasses
may point toward others to show an outward sign of the wearer's authenticity as
a Master Mason.
Which symbol is most commonly found upon the face of a Masonic Lodge ring and
Square and Compasses. The symbols of the square and compasses denote several Masonic
ideologies, but historically...somewhat analogous (like) to Boaz and Jachin, they
symbolize 2 triangles, one pointing upward into theHeavens toward our Creator,
and one pointing downward toward Earth..and to man, our Creator's creation.
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