As many weather-minded people may know, Groundhog Day occurred Saturday (Feb. 2), when winter's fate is decided by a groundhog's perception of its shadow. But in actuality, winter's midpoint in the Northern Hemisphere occurs today: Super Bowl Sunday.
Saturday was also Candlemas, once regarded as the first of the four "cross-quarter" days of the year or the middle of the winter season, halfway between the December solstice and the March equinox.
Re: iameye has left the bldg (again) « Result #3 Today at 7:22pm » Perhaps she's on a mission....Across the Universe....
"Maybe she's a time traveller and has come from the future, the past and somewhere in between.
Some very interesting posts, and I agree, it would have been nice to have more explanation for those of us who are not as "enlighted" to those esoteric things.
I think that the vagueness made the posts more interesting, and causes on to consider what's being said. Sometimes in vagueness, much is revealed, but you have to be on the wavelength to pick up on what was going on.
For my own take, there's much to be said in a few words, and I'm sorry I'm not like that in my own posts. Sorry folks...
If it's meant to be, she'll be back, perhaps with more revelations....maybe we need more time to prepare for the deeper things that are to be told in the future....
Since Freemasonry is built upon the symbolism of Solomon's Temple on Mount Moriah in Jerusalem, the Master's chair is symbolic of a King's throne.
Throughout history, no matter whether these chairs were roughly hand-whittled from logs and branches or lovingly hand carved by a master craftsman and ornately decorated with gold and filigree, the men who have sat in most of these chairs have been elected to and held the most prestigious position in their lodge,...that of the Worshipful Master.
Then I will establish the Throne of thy Kingdom upon Israel forever.