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This grip is also called the Strong Grip of the Master Mason or the Lion's Paw. Instruction for this grip is given at the "graveside", after the candidate has been "raised". Speaking to the candidate, the Worshipful Master says, "My Brother, I will now instruct you as to the manner of arriving at the real grip and word of a Master Mason.

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A 32° Degree Mason Reveals the Truth of Freemasons Secrets. I have been a Freemason for nearly twenty years. In that time, I have learned much regarding Freemasons secrets. I have no qualms about revealing the truth behind the secrecy because the truth is that as an organization our secrets are kept in plain sight.

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According to the 32nd Degree Masons fraternity in the Valley of Detroit, a 32nd degree mason is an extension of the first three degrees of craft Freemasonry. A 32nd degree mason witnesses other masons at varying degrees from 4 to 32. Each degree is a level that provides a moral lesson to the member.

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Grip or token: A special identifying handshake used by Masons to identify each other, different for each degree. Hoodwink: Blindfold worn by candidates during portions of degree ceremonies. Initiated: The completion by a candidate of the 1st Masonic degree. Light: Masonic knowledge.

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p. 150. MARK MASTER, OR FOURTH DEGREE. THE Degree of Mark Master, which is the Fourth in the Masonic series, is, historically considered, of the utmost importance, since we are informed that, by its influence, each operative Mason, at the building of King Solomon's Temple, was known and distinguished, and the disorder and confusion which might otherwise have attended so immense an undertaking ...

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This grip is also called the Strong Grip of the Master Mason or the Lion's Paw. Instruction for this grip is given at the "graveside", after the candidate has been "raised". Speaking to the candidate, the Worshipful Master says, "My Brother, I will now instruct you as to the manner of arriving at the real grip and word of a Master Mason. As you are

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Masonic Handshake Fact 7: Often the word ‘token’ is used to describe the sign or grip given by masons as brotherly recognition Masonic Handshake Fact 8: In freemasonry, the hand is a symbol of ...

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Masonic passwords are given neither to non-Masons, nor to Masons who have not attained the particular degree with which such a password is associated.

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A 33rd degree Mason is someone who has earned the highest honors in Freemasonry. When someone joins the Masons, he is given the rank of Entered Apprentice, which is the first degree. Masons can advance to the 32nd degree through their contributions to the lodge.