Hiram Abif cast all the sacred vessels of the Temple, including the pillars of the porch.
He built his foundry between Succoth ( Suc'-coth ) and Zeredatha ( Ze-red-a-tha ) 35 miles north-east of Jerusalem.
The clay in that area was particularly fit for making molds. This area was known as the "Clay Ground".
The science which teaches the doctrine of images and symbolic representations. Iconology is a grand part of Masonry. Through our symbols and landmarks we learn about the history of Free Masonry. These same symbols and landmarks remind us how we should act toward our brothers, family, friends and strangers.
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