The statues depict Gen. Lewis Armistead, wounded at the Battle of Gettysburg, placing his pocket watch in the hand of a Union Captain, asking him to deliver it to his friend, Union Gen. Winfield Scott Hancock.
Both generals and the captain were freemasons. "Their unique bonds of friendship," reads an inscription on the statue base, "enabled them to remain a brotherhood undivided, even as they fought in a divided nation." It makes you wonder why freemasons didn't just wear special hats during the Civil War so that other freemasons would know not to shoot them. #coralgableslodge260#freemasonry#freemason#brotherlylove
It has taken me some time to compose this post. It’s hard to say goodbye to the man I loved the most... A WWII and Korean War veteran (US Navy Officer), a General Motors Engineer, a brother Mason, a Shriner, an amazing and devoted husband, a father and grandfather that raised a large and incredible family... my Papa (grandfather). He was the one man I looked up to and inspired to be like my entire life. The world lost an amazing, selfless and humble man. On November 11th 2019, Veteran’s day, my grandfather Robert E. Meyer passed away. He was 33 days away from his 101st Birthday. The Montmorency Tribune interviewed him just weeks before his passing. I would like to share some of his life experiences and his list of 10 things for a long life that he was happy to share with everyone. Rest In Peace, Papa. I love you and I’ll miss you dearly.
Aprendi que a solução para não precisar engolir sapos é ter a situação sobre o meu controle.
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Pro Illuminati Pages like this deserve to be blocked ... why would this page follow me like what did they think was going to happen ... obviously he's banned for life and everybody should look into the #JasonSociety and how these high-level 33rd lv #Freemason#Luciferians like to sodomize children and sacrifice them to Satan
O Dia da Bandeira, comemorado anualmente no dia 19 de novembro, é uma homenagem à bandeira brasileira que foi criada logo após a Proclamação da República, que aconteceu em 15 de novembro de 1889. Assim, o Dia da Bandeira passou a ser comemorado somente após a Proclamação da República.
By making small tweaks to a well-established visual identity and logo, the team aimed to reestablish a sense of overall unity, while differentiating the logo for the needs of individual use cases (think mobile vs. movie screen), making it effective for the diverse viewing experience of a modern audience. This wasn’t a brand reinvention, but a recalibration.