Many Freemasons and many people outside Freemasonry are interested in Masonic Symbols and Symbolism.
This is a video of a very interesting lecture by an Australian Freemason, W.B. Brendan Kyne, on the subject of Masonic Symbolism:
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Each month, as part of our
Vancouver Island Masonic History Project, we feature a deceased Vancouver Island Freemason as a way of highlighting Masonic heritage and the contributions Freemasons have made to Vancouver Island.
Our featured deceased Vancouver Island Freemason for August 2017 is
(died 1904, aged 65), a Alexander Roland Milne member of Vancouver & Quadra Lodge No. 2 who also served as Grand Master of B.C. in 1887-1888.
Alexander Roland Milne (died 1904, aged 65) Grand Master – 1887-1888 (photo – Grand Lodge of B.C. & Yukon)
on Johnson Street in downtown Victoria was built for Milne Building by architect Alexander Roland Milne , who was also a Freemason. John Teague
The Milne Building, 546-548 Johnson Street, Victoria, B.C. Built for Alexander Roland Milne in 1891
is buried in Alexander Roland Milne Ross Bay Cemetery, Victoria, B.C.
Alexander Roland Milne (died 1904, aged 65), grave in Ross Bay Cemetery, Victoria, B.C.
to learn more…. our webpage on Alexander Roland Milne
Each month Temple Lodge No. 33 features one of our
Deceased Brethren as a way of highlighting Masonic heritage and the contributions our members have made to Duncan and the Cowichan Valley.
Our Featured Deceased Member of Temple Lodge No. 33 for August 2017 is
(1868-1923), a farmer who served several terms as Alexander Chalmers Aitken Reeve of North Cowichan. Alex Aitken Elementary School is named for him.
Alexander Chalmers Aitken, Reeve of North Cowichan 1909-1911, 1923. (photo courtesy of Municipality of North Cowichan)
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