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This depiction of the seal of the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon is authorized only for use in directing web browsers to the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon website. Note that the square and compasses is trademark protected.
Type treatments taken from Grand Lodge Proceedings frontispieces for 1871, 1872 and 1893.
Reprinted from History of Freemasonry Derived from Official Sources throughout the World. Robert Freke Gould. John C. Yorston Publishing Co., Philadelphia: 1902. The Pacific Coast Edition De Luxe. [Download 76k TIF file]
Reprinted from History of Freemasonry Derived from Official Sources throughout the World. Robert Freke Gould. John C. Yorston Publishing Co., Philadelphia: 1886.

Baphomet, the imaginary idol the Knights Templar were accused of worshipping, here represented by anti-mason Leo Taxil as printed on the title page of the 1897 edition of his "Memoirs of an Ex-Paladian." Illustration by P. Mejanel. Can be used to point browser to the Anti-Masonry FAQ webpage.

Diana Vaughan, the fictional creation of anti-mason Leo Taxil as printed on the title page of the 1897 edition of "Memoirs of an Ex-Paladian." Illustration by P. Mejanel. Can be used to point browser to the Anti-Masonry FAQ webpage.

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