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    Posted: October/02/2010 at 7:38pm
Today I received the privilege of being raised to the Sublime Degree of Master Mason. 22 Brothers in all. My nine line Brothers and I in my opinion had the added benefit of being directly welcomed within the embrace of Boyer Lodge # 1. The other 12 Brothers were from three other Lodges but were raised by the Degree team of Boyer Lodge # 1 as a token of brotherly love and friendship. Travel Light my Brothers!


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Congratulations my Brother!
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CongratsClap!  May you gain knowledge and insight on your journey and enjoy spreading the cement of Brotherly Love.
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Thank you my Brothers it's appreciated!
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Always good to see more men in the Light.
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Congrats! Am I to understand that 22 men were rasied in one ceremony? That must have been along day.
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Originally posted by Anthony660 Anthony660 wrote:

Congrats! Am I to understand that 22 men were rasied in one ceremony? That must have been along day.

That is correct it was supposed to be 23 I don't know what happened to the 23 candidate but it was a worthwhile journey.
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22 Brothers in one line wow. my line was 9, we started with 13 ended with 9.
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Congrats! Work hard to always deserve this honor. FYI, Masonry does not have "lines", only black greek letter organizations do that.
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yeah i know, but it was the easiest way to describe it.
Kinda hard to break military tradition.
 
We had to "Fall In" and everything.
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Well in retrospect we were instructed that if we were asked how many were in our line the answer was always 1. It is what it is.
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Congrats! But, "line brothers"?? Sounds more Greek to me. My lodge and most lodges call other brothers receiving degrees with you "Cabletows"
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I bet that was something to see. Congratulations to you and all the brothers that were raised. I come from a small lodge and was raised by myself. I get to go in a few weeks to another and I get to participate in this one. Once again Congratulations and welcome to the fraternity.
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Thank you I call my Brothers Cabletows now anyway so it's all good. Thanks for all of the support.
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Originally posted by BroReynolds BroReynolds wrote:

Thank you I call my Brothers Cabletows now anyway so it's all good. Thanks for all of the support.


Below is a discussion about what a "cable-tow" is.

SHORT TALK BULLETIN - Vol.IV     March, 1926     No.3

THE CABLE-TOW

by: Unknown

The Cable-Tow, we are told, is purely Masonic in its meaning and use.  It is so defined in the dictionary, but not always accurately, which shows that we ought not depend upon the ordinary dictionary for the truth about Masonic terms.  Masonry has its own vocabulary and uses it in its own ways.  Nor can our words always be defined for the benefit of the profane.

Even in Masonic lore the word cable-tow varies in form and use.  In an early pamphlet by Pritard, issued in 1730, and meant to be an exposure of Masonry, the cable-tow is a called a “Cable-Rope,” and in another edition a “Tow-Line.” The same word “Tow-Line” is used in a pamphlet called “A Defense of Masonry,” written, it is believed, by Anderson as a reply to Pritchard about the same time.  In neither pamphlet is the word used in exactly the form and sense in which it is used today; and in a note Pritchard, wishing to make everything Masonic absurd, explains it as meaning “The Roof of the Mouth!” In English lodges, the Cable-Tow, like the hoodwink, is used only in the first degree, and has no symbolical meaning at all, apparently.  In American lodges it is used in all three degrees, and has almost too many meanings.  Some of our American teachers - Pike among them - see no meaning in the cable-tow beyond its obvious use in leading an initiate into the lodge, and the possible use of withdrawing him from it should he be unwilling or unworthy to advance.

To some of us this non-symbolical idea and use of the cable-tow is very strange, in view of what Masonry is in general, and particularly in its ceremonies of initiation.  For Masonry is a chamber of imagery.  The whole Lodge is a symbol.  Every object, every act is symbolical.  The whole fits together into a system of symbolism by which Masonry veils, and yet reveals, the truth it seeks to teach to such as have eyes to see and are ready to receive it.

As far back as we can go in the history of initiation, we find the cable-two, or something like it, used very much as it is used in a Masonic Lodge today.  No matter what the origin and form of the word as we employ it may be - whether from the Hebrew “Khabel,” or the Dutch “cabel,” both meaning a rope - the fact is the same.  In India, in Egypt and in most of the ancient Mysteries, a cord or cable was used in the same way and for the same purpose.

In the meaning, so far as we can make it out, seems to have been some kind of pledge - a vow in which a man pledged his life.  Even outside initiatory rites we find it employed, as, for example, in a striking scene recorded in the Bible (I Kings 20:31,32), the description of which is almost Masonic.  The King of Syria, Ben-hada, had been defeated in battle by the King of Israel and his servants are making a plea for his life. They approach the King of Israel “with ropes upon their heads,” and speak of his “Brother, Ben-hadad.” Why did they wear ropes, or nouses, on their heads? 

Evidently to symbolize a pledge of some sort, given in a Lodge or otherwise, between the two Kings, of which they wished to remind the King of Israel.  The King of Israel asked:  “Is he yet alive?  He is my brother.”  Then we read that the servants of the Syrian King watched to see if the King of Israel made any sign, and, catching his sign, they brought the captive King of Syria before him.  Not only was the life of the King of Syria spared, but a new pledge was made between the two men.

The cable-tow, then, is the outward and visible symbol of a vow in which a man has pledged his life, or has pledged himself to save another life at the risk of his own.  Its length and strength are measured by the ability of the man to fulfill his obligation and his sense of the moral sanctity of his obligation - a test, that is, both of his capacity and of his character.

If a lodge is a symbol of the world, and initiation is our birth into the world of Masonry, the cable-tow is not unlike the cord which unites a child to its mother at birth; and so it is usually interpreted.  Just as the physical cord, when cut, is replaced by a tie of love and obligation between mother and child, so, in one of the most impressive moments of initiation, the cable-tow is removed, because the brother, by his oath at the Altar of Obligation, is bound by a tie stronger than any physical cable.  What before was an outward physical restraint has become a inward moral constraint.  That is to say, force is replaced by love - outer authority by inner obligation - and that is the secret of security and the only basis of brotherhood.

The cable-tow is the sign of the pledge of the life of a man.  As in his oath he agrees to forfeit his life if his vow is violated, so, positively, he pledges his life to the service of the Craft.  He agrees to go to the aid of a Brother, using all his power in his behalf, “if within the length of his cable-tow,” which means, if within the reach of his power.  How strange that any one should fail to see symbolical meaning in the cable-tow.  It is, indeed, the great symbol of the mystic tie which Masonry spins and weaves between men, making them Brothers and helpers one of another.

But, let us remember that a cable-tow has two ends.  If it binds a Mason to the Fraternity, by the same fact it binds the Fraternity to each man in it.  The one obligation needs to be emphasized as much as the other.  Happily, in our day we are beginning to see the other side of the obligation - that the Fraternity is under vows to its members to guide, instruct and train them for the effective service of the Craft and of humanity.  Control, obedience, direction or guidance - these are the three meanings of the cable-tow, as it is interpreted by the best insight of the Craft.

Of course, by Control we do not mean that Masonry commands us in the same sense that it uses force.  Not at all.  Masonry rules men as beauty rules an artist, as love rules a lover.  It does not drive; it draws.  It controls us, shapes us through its human touch and its moral nobility.  By the same method, by the same power it wins obedience and gives guidance and direction to our lives.  At the Altar we take vows to follow and obey its high principles and ideals; and Masonic vows are not empty obligations - they are vows in which a man pledges his life and his sacred honor.

The old writers define the length of a cable-tow, which they sometimes call a “cables length,” variously.  Some say it is seven hundred and twenty feet, or twice the measure of a circle.  Others say that the length of the cable-tow is three miles.  But such figures are merely symbolical, since in one man it may be three miles and in another it may easily be three thousand miles - or to the end of the earth.  For each Mason the cable-tow reaches as far as his moral principles go and his material conditions will allow.  Of that distance each must be his own judge, and indeed each does pass judgment upon himself accordingly, by his own acts in aid of others.


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That was a great short talk bulletin. This tie or bind made by the cable to my Brothers was never symbolic to myself, it was and is very real. And yes, the length does vary from moment to moment but never in it's strength! The initiations clearly tell you what the symbolism of the tie is. From being Entered, to being Passed (twice) and finally when Raised (Thrice). So it's up to us to manifest the symbolism into a reality with your "line" Brothers and with all of mankind.
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Exactly....the question is how far are you willing to go for your brother? For some it might be 40 miles across frozen tundra (IN HOC!) ...across the burning sands for others....etc. But yes in reality, its about what you can do without harming yourself.
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Congrats! And welcome!
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I'll make it at least to Antarctica lol. Thanks Brothers for the love!
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Congratulations!  Welcome to the Fraternity.  I wish you all the best as you continue your Masonic studies and travel.

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Originally posted by AFFILIATEVENDOR AFFILIATEVENDOR wrote:

Have fun and please be active when the WM calls answer not just the  phone but the call

Yes indeed my Brother.
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Hey make sure you stay in touch with your cables, it sis to easy for brothers to get raised and then disappear, only to reappear during election and to pick up there dues card.
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Yes we are constantly reminded my Brother.
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I'm late, but i congratulate you nonetheless.
 
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