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The Seal of Lessing Lodge #464

The seal of Lessing Lodge No. 464 F. & A.M. is below and shows a lot of symbolism to the lodge's history and heritage. The outer rope of the seal is to remind all Freemasons of our lodge of the cable tow and the obligation we have as Masons. The tools are to remind us that the lodge is a labor of love. The motto of the lodge is placed under the All Seeing Eye of Providence to emphasize its importance. The American Shield is for our patriotism, and the Bundesadler is a nod to the Germanic roots of our lodge. The beehive shows that through industry in our lodge, life springs forth. Thus, growing out of the beehive is the national flower of the United States; the rose. Then, the national flower of Germany, the cornflower.

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