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How much do you know about Freemasonry in all these different categories?

1.

The Pot of Incense represents

 The Human Senses
 Labor
 Purity of Heart
 Aroma of God
2.

The sheaf of wheat represents

 Harvest
 Straw
 Abundance
 Fall
3.

The Masonic checkered floor represents

 Love and Hope
 Charity and Forgiveness
 Peace and Harmony
 Good and Evil
4.

What does the "Blazing Star" symbolize?

 The Northern Star Polaris
 Sacrifice
 Reliance on the divine providence
 Polaris
5.

What does the “Sprig of Acacia" represent?

 Faith and Immortality
 Hope and Mercy
 Immortality and Spring
 Love and Hope
6.

A cowan is

 a non Mason pretending to be a Mason
 a stonemason who has not served an apprenticeship
 a Mason who is clandestine
 an eavesdropper
7.

The Ahiman Rezon is

 another name for Anderson Constitution
 Another name for Lodge bylaws
 the Grand Lodge Constitution and laws
 the Book of Constitutions for the Antients Grand Lodge
8.

The three burning tapers around the altar are

 the movable lights
 the immovable lights
 the lower lights
 the lesser lights
9.

The 3 great lights of Freemasonry are

 King Solomon, King Hiram and Hiram Abiff
 The WM, SW, and JW
 the Holy Book, Square, and Compasses
 the 3 burning tapers around the altar
10.

The prayer associated with the Fellow Craft degree

 Corinthians 13
 Ecclesiastes 12
 Amos 7
 Psalm 133
11.

The clouded canopy of the lodge represents

 The Religious aspect of Freemasonry
 The Universality of Freemasonry
 The Glory of Freemasonry
 The Diversity of Freemasonry
12.

The statement "So Mote it Be" was first found in

 Anderson Constitution
 Matthew Cooke Manuscript
 The Dowland Manuscript
 The regius poem of 1390
13.

The Broken Column is a symbol of

 Dissatisfaction with the Masonic work
 The death of Hiram King of Tyr
 Distress
 Unfinished Work or Death
14.

The Cedar trees used in the building of King Solomon’s Temple came from

 Joppa
 Jerusalem
 Lebanon
 Jordan
15.

The Holy of Holies was said to house

 The Secret work of MM
 Holy Grail
 The Ark of the Covenant
 The Original Bible
16.

This working tool is mentioned four times in Chapter 7 of the Book of Amos

 Square
 Compasses
 Plumb line
 Level
17.

The hill upon which King Solomon’s Temple was built is called

 Golgatha
 Mount Moriah
 Hermon
 Sanctum Sancturum
18.

Jacob's ladder represents

 Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity
 Faith, Hope and Charity
 Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth
 Climbing up the ladder of Masonic titles
19.

These Liberal arts are mentioned in masonic Ritual

 Logic, Painting, Grammar
 Dacing, Rhetoric, Logic
 Rhetoric, Logic, Astronomy
 Astrology, Music, Grammar
20.

The Solstice is referred to in Masonic Ritual. In Astronomy, Solstice means

 The point in the ecliptic at which the sun is farthest from the equator
 The point in the ecliptic at which the sun is closest from the equator
 Solar Eclipse
 Lunar Eclipse

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