Vintage Masonic Scottish Rite 32nd Degree Eagle Bookends

Vintage Masonic Scottish Rite 32nd Degree Eagle Bookends

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Beautiful Vintage Masonic Scottish Rite 32nd Degree Bookends in casted metal. These charming bookends bring a sense of nostalgic patriotism to any room. 

Dimension: 6" X 5.5"

Condition: Good Vintage Conditions, may have some imperfections due to age and use. 

Color: rustic gold and black

Material: Casted Metal

Est. Date: made in early 1900's


Historical Bio: 

Double-Headed Eagle of Lagash  

"As the Adept knows, the double-headed eagle is a Hermetic Symbol, representing the Divine Generative Potency, and Productive Capacity of Nature. like the human figure with two heads, one male the other female, - God and Nature; the Egyptian Osiris and Isis." 
Long used as the insigne of a Scottish Rite Mason, the "Double Headed Eagle of Lagash" is now the accepted emblem in the United States of America of the 32 Degree. It is the oldest crest in the world. It was a symbol of power more than two thousand years before the building of King Solomon's Temple. No other heraldic bearing, no other emblematic device of today can boast such antiquity. 
Triangle of Perfection (Wisdom, Power, and Beauty) - made to represent the Tetragrammaton, or sacred name of God. 
The two headed eagles are the coming together of two houses (families), Abraham and Lot though Boaz and Ruth. 


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