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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masonic_ritual_and_symbolism

Masonic ritual is the scripted words and actions that are spoken or performed during the degree work in a Masonic Lodge. Masonic symbolism is that which is used to illustrate the principles which Freemasonry espouses. Masonic ritual has appeared in a number of contexts within literature including in "The Man Who Would Be King", by Rudyard Kipling, and War and Peace, by Leo Tolstoy

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secret_handshake

A secret handshake is a distinct form of handshake or greeting which conveys membership in or loyalty to a club, clique or subculture.The typical secret handshake involves placing one's fingers or thumbs in a particular position, one that will be recognized by fellow members while seeming to be a normal handshake to non-members.

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What Is the Masonic Handshake? The Masonic handshake is a symbol used by the Freemasons society members for social purposes as a form of recognition through which members identify each other. Masons press their thumbs against the space between the first and second knuckle joints of the first two fingers of each other's hands.

www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/codex_magica/...

Secret Handshakes of the Illuminati The secret hand signs of Illuminists are thought to work magic, to evoke supernatural beings, and, of course, to communicate messages. For example, the higher degree Mason, Rosicrucian, or other Illuminist can discern at what ritual level a brother in the Craft is 'at by testing his handshake, or grip.

whale.to/b/12_masonic_signs.html

The 12 masonic signs of recognition. The 12 signs that I will present in this post are based on this German book: "Freimaurersignale in der Presse" or freemasonic signals in the press.(This book and Richardson's monitor of freemasonry can be downloaded on peer to peer like emule or you can also buy them online from a number of sources)

illuminatisymbols.info/freemason-secret-handshakes

The secret Masonic handshakes of the Blue Lodge, the first three degrees of Freemasonry.. First Degree: Entered Apprentice Secret word: Boaz W. M. (taking a step back from the altar.)–You next discover me as the Master of this Lodge, approaching you from the east, under the duegard, sign, and step of an Entered Apprentice Mason (Master making the duegard, sign, and step, as represented and ...

www.freemasonrywatch.org/secrets.html

Masonic Secrets. It's a regular handshake, except the thumb presses agains the base joints of the second and third fingrs. It looks pretty much like any other handshake; only the persons shaking hands can feel the difference.

www.signology.org/masonic-symbols/masonic-handshake.htm

Masonic Handshake Fact 10: The symbolic meaning of a masonic handshake can be described as follows: "This physical act is the outward sign, or token, of the union of our minds and hearts." Masonic Handshake Fact 11: The action of shaking hands in freemasonry is referred to as a 'grip' and not a handshake

gnosticwarrior.com/the-freemason-handshake.html

A secret Masonic hand clasp, handshake or handgrip is used between two Freemasons in order to recognize that they are Brothers of the same Order. This is how they simply identify who is a Mason and who is not. Even the type of grip they hold can identify which Masons are of the lower degrees and ...

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(The Video is not Me. It's relevant to this Channel so I decided to post it.) Big Name Preachers and Masonic Hand Signs. Watch "Preachers using satanic hand signs 101" for a better description of ...