• Symbolism of the First Degree: Foundations of Freemasonry Series

  • By: Asahel W. Gage
  • Narrated by: Norman Wood
  • Length: 17 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (63 ratings)

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Symbolism of the First Degree: Foundations of Freemasonry Series

By: Asahel W. Gage
Narrated by: Norman Wood
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Publisher's Summary

Brother Gage takes a looks at the entered apprentice degree in Masonry. He explains that everything a Mason will encounter in the future is simply an elaboration of this degree, both within and without the fraternity. He talks at length on the concept of symbolism and how it relates to Freemasonry. He also walks us through the entered apprentice degree a bit and speaks of specific symbolism the candidate encounters within the first degree.

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Too Short

I can’t believe Audible charged me 1 credit for a less than 20 minute lecture.

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FELL ASLEEP 3 TIMES TRYING TO LISTEN!!

This actually could be interesting from the actual information shared but the monotone reading of it makes it boring, hard to listen too and puts you to sleep. Save your money or credits for some better book on freemasonry.

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great info! quick book!

lots of great info in this series! broken into small parts for easy listening and understanding!

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kinda short

Although it's a short book it gives very detailed description of what the apprentice degree contains and instructional on what they are to do in this degree

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thanks Brothers I am lost, need a mentor.

Brothers. need your help.
I will keep checking here! I feel like am a failure. Have I'll fallen out of grace. am I helping 5he wrong people. All I strive for it is to become a better man, and to help the people around me become better people. I want to do more.
@ 1° Mystic Lodge 405 Dayton Ohio.

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Not bad at all narrator makes it worth it

not bad narrator does great keeps u listening. Not boring at all I was actually impressed with my first audible book

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Filling, but Flat

Very informational, though they could have used someone narrating with a little more inflection in their voice...a tad monotone for my taste. Enjoyed all the information, though.

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interested

Liked it. Some useful information and a different way to look at the subject. Would have liked it to be longer.