Question by white.gloves: Did Henry Ford “as a MASON” bear the EMBLEM of the Holy Trinity ?
“The Master Mason represents a man under the Christian doctrine saved from the grave of iniquity and raised to the faith of salvation. As the great testimonial that we are risen from the state of corruption, we bear the emblem of the Holy Trinity as the insignia of our vows and of the origin of the Master’s order.”(3)
Answer by cl_freemason
where is this quote from? I am not familiar with it.
Thanks for the citation, Eric…
There is no such emblem in Freemasonry; likely there never was one.
One thing that the anti-masons fail to be able to grasp is that there is no one person, nor one group that speaks for all freemasons. Throughout history there have been individual freemasons who consider it a Religion; in fact Pike called it both a religion and not a religion. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, to read, write and think what they believe — this is a main principle of freemasonry and in the West we have this freedom because of freemasonry.
Ford was a great and controversial person; toward the end of his life his health and mind faded and he became more irrational.
Nonetheless, to answer this question — NO, neither as a mason or a man did he bear the emblem of the holy trinity…
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