Flags Down Under - Flags from around the world - Make a statement
Flags Down Under - Flags from around the world - Make a statement
Flags Down Under - Flags from around the world - Make a statement
Flags Down Under - Flags from around the world - Make a statement

The Shriners Flag Part I


Shriner Flag, Flag of the Shriners The Shriners Flag Part I


Ever heard of "The Shriners'?

Why do SHRINERS have so many followers from all ways of life - truck drivers, dentists, contractors, heads of state, movie stars, generals, clergymen and accountants? As Shriners all of them have experienced the so called " SHRINEDOM - generally speaking camaraderie, deep friendships, good fellowship and great times shared. What "Non-Shriners" do not know is that all Shriners share a Masonic heritage: Each is a Master Mason in the Freemasonry fraternity believing in brotherly love, relief and truth.

History talks about "The Evolution of the "World's Greatest Fraternity"

Several thousand citizen of the large Manhattan population were already Masons back in the late 18th century. They met regularly at a restaurant called the "Knickerbocker Cottage" where they used to assemble on a special table, often discussing the idea of a new fraternity for Masons, in which fun and fellowship would be more important than rituals. Eventually, ceremonials of Arabic background were drafted, an emblem and costumes designed, a salutation formulated and it was than declared that members wore a red fez. Founded in 1872, the first Shrine Temple in the USA was at the New York City Masonic Hall.

THE FEZ - The red fez with its black tassel was named after the city of Fez in Morocco where it was first manufactured.

The Shriners Flag - The Evolution of the Worlds Greatest Fraternity

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