The Preceptors Notebook

Preceptor:


(OED) 1440 A.D. from Latin praeceptor


one who instructs, a teacher, a tutor, a mentor

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Orator:

 

From Anglo-Norman French oratour

 

a public speaker, especially one who is eloquent or skilled.

On this page you can read a selection of items covering many Masonic subjects which may be of general interest. 


Contributing editors WBro Michael Lee a former Preceptor in Stonehenge Lodge No.6114 and WBro Des Morgan.

 

The views and opinions expressed are entirely those of the contributing editors. 

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so..what is a Lewis?...

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The Operative Mason (part two)...

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The Operative Mason (part one)...

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Finally...she teaches us how to die.

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Me....an examiner!

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Why White Gloves?

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Heavens Above.

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Desaguliers......

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Thumb up or down......

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Emulation our ritual....

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Just Visiting....

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Wessx white horses....

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Soon to be Master.....

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Man proposes but the ......

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Be on your metal......

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I appoint you my...

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Honorary Member - really..

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 The gift of gving..

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A Regular Guy

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Let brotherly Love ever......

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From Time Immemorial

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The cement which binds

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exchange the sceptre........

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She finally instructs you how to die.........

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Symbolism, Cathedrals and Freemasons

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Quiet reflections on the obligation

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Charity isn't just about money!

New cell

 

 

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