posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 10:27 AM
Originally posted by JoshNorton
Despite the popular fiction of Dan Brown, Masons really don't use pyramids as one of their symbols.
So in answer to the question of the thread title? No.
Whilst I agree that the volumetric pyramid form may not be such an important part of Freemasonry symbolism. It could be said that when viewed from the
side, a pyramid becomes a triangle and when viewed from above it becomes a cross within a square, each of which are important symbols within their own
right... or is it rite?
Sometimes things are not always quite as they seem