If a tree falls….

The Thomas Hardy Tree has fallen. Below is a link to a news item about the fall.

(Opens in new tab) https://www.cbc.ca/radio/asithappens/thomas-hardy-tree-1.6700097

150 years ago the writer Thomas Hardy had the task of exhuming and moving thousands of graves so a railway expansion could be built in London, England.

One of the graves moved was for R.W. Bro. James Agar.

I assert that it was R.W. Bro. Agar who brought the “Master’s Emblem” to Freemasonry. A biography of this esteemed Brother is shared on this website. Click here…

And my book “The Master’s Emblem Explained for Masons” provides the details of the meaning of the emblem (the 12th Problem of the First Book of Euclid) and when (Tuesday evening, February 15th, 1814), and where (at a tavern!).

The Hardy Tree has fallen. And we can be reminded of the life and times of a leader and ruler in Craft Masonry.

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