‘Tracing Boards and the Ancient Mysteries’

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‘Tracing Boards and the Ancient Mysteries’

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Angel Millar will return to the lectern at the
Livingston Library’s lecture series this month. From the publicity:




Courtesy Chancellor Robert R. Livingston Masonic Library




Masonic Tracing Boards
and the Ancient Mysteries
Thursday, February 23
6:30 p.m.
Chancellor Robert R. Livingston
Masonic Library
71 W. 23rd Street, 14th floor



Join us for another fascinating lecture! This month we are featuring renowned artist and author Angel Millar, who will be displaying some of his new tracing boards and discussing their symbolism. In particular, he will focus on the history of the symbols of the Craft and their significance for personal and spiritual development.


Free admission. RSVP here.
Photo ID required to enter Masonic Hall.
Suggested attire: business casual.
White wine will be served!
     


Source: The Magpie Mind