posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 01:42 PM
Here are some other non-masonic usages (I presume . . .)
c) shop steward
And an online roll-call of infamy
lists Henry F. Warden, Sr.
as the one-time
mayor of the notorious Bluefield, West Virginia.
Even fictional TV characters hint at masonic power in the world:
featured the notoriously wicked "J.R.," who sought to control world oil supplies. He appeared as the son of "Jock" Ewing, a
reference to the Lodgemaster as deification of fertility gods, if you believe in ickeian stream-of-consciousness investigative techniques.
Even the suspenders of Mork seem to convey masonic imagery to those predisposed to see such things:
(Note the egg, a pagan re-birth symbol, profferred to the onlooker, hinting at the dark dyad and masonry and the occult: "which came first, the
chicken or the egg." Not to mention the obvious saurian/reptoid implications. Indeed. indeed!