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The origins of Easter

As Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus and children tuck into their chocolate eggs or chocolate rabbits, and everyone enjoys another long weekend, do we ever pause to wonder why Easter originated in the spring?

The brown slouch hat

'Just a Brown Slouch Hat with the side turned up, but it means the world to me’ These were the words of a melody made popular in Australia especially during World War II and sung frequently by comedian and actor George Wallace.

British India

Freemasonry as we know it originated in the British Isles in the 18th century. From there, it quickly spread to Europe and beyond, especially to all parts of the British Empire.

Summer or Ruth and Boaz by Nicolas Poussin

In olden times, back in the early years, builders and labourers were paid in different ways.

Rosslyn Chapel

What connects Dolly the Sheep and Rosslyn Chapel? The answer is the small Scottish village of Roslin almost 13 kilometres from Edinburgh and the impact both have made on the level of tourism to Roslin.

Photo taken from the aft windows onboard Discovery on mission STS-95, John Glenn’s last space flight.

In life, there are certain occasions which stay in memory forever. The name of John Glenn is one of those which bring back memories of a remarkable moment in our history.

El Deir, or 'the monastery', is Petra's largest monument. Photo courtesy of Diego Delso.

It was September, the first month of autumn. My two companions and I had arrived in the Btiny Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan just 11% the area of New South Wales.

The Ashlar and Lewis

Within the body of a lodge there are three representations of the ashlar. In the north east, we find the rough ashlar, in south east the perfect ashlar, and finally we have the perfect ashlar in conjunction with the lewis.

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