lapis reprobatus caput anguli

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What is the Latin to English translatio of lapis

Lapis reprobatus caput anguli, signifies the Stone which was rejected has become the headstone of the corner.

“Lapis reprobatus caput anguli. The – York Rite Bodies

York Rite Bodies of East Hartford – Christmas Observance held on Tuesday, December 18, 2018.

Masonic mottoes – freemasonry.bcy.ca

Masonic mottoes In imitation of the sentences appended to the Coats of Arms and seals of the Gilds and other societies, the Freemasons have for different branches of their Order mottoes, which are placed on their banners or put at the head of their documents, which are expressive of the character and design, either of the whole Order or of the particular branch to which the motto belongs.

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Category:Lapis reprobatus caput anguli – Wikimedia Commons

Latina: Lapidem quem reprobaverunt aedificantes, hic factus est in caput anguli. (Psalmus 118 [117] 22) Hic est lapis qui reprobatus est a vobis aedificantibus qui factus est in caput anguli.

Mark Master Mason Degree – PS Review of Freemasonry

The inscription at the head of the Tracing Board, “Lapis reprobatus caput anguli”, which signifies “the Stone which was rejected has become the headstone of the corner”, keeps forcibly before us the leading truth inculcated in this beautiful Degree-the fallibility of human judgment and the comforting assurance derived from a belief in the existence of a heavenly judge, to whose impartial and, we trust, merciful …

Latin Masonic Mottoes – Their Origin and Translation

Masonic Mottoes. In imitation of the sentences appended to the Coats of Arms and seals of the Gilds and other societies, Freemasons have for different branches of their Order mottoes, which are placed on their banners or put at the head of their documents, which are expressive of the character and design, either of the whole Order or

 

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