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The Lost Symbol

A look into the symbols of the novel by Dan Brown.

Sarah Roan

on 21 September 2011

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Transcript of The Lost Symbol

The Library of Congress United States Capitol National Statuary Hall United States Botanic Garden Washington Monument House of the Temple Washington National Cathedral George Washington Masonic Memorial The Lost Symbol George Washington Masonic Memorial Freedom Plaza Places visited in the story Masonry and Freemasonry Masons are men who have joined
together to improve themselves A Mason binds himself to like-minded men in a
Brotherhood that transcends all
religious, ethnic, social,
cultural, and educational differences.

"Freemasonry is an organized society of men, symbolically applying the principles of Operative Masonry and architecture to the science and art of character building." Although Freemasonry is not a religion, its emphasis on the Fatherhood of God ensures that the Brotherhood of Man follows naturally HIRAM ABIFF, the architect of Solomon's Temple and the principal character of the legend used in the Master Mason degree. The triangle is isosceles, formed by two right triangles having sides of five, twelve, and thirteen units in length, illustrating the 47th Problem of Euclid. The triangle also represents the capstone of the unfinished pyramid and reminds the Mason of the immortality of the soul and that in eternity he will complete the capstone of his earthly labors according to the designs on the trestle-board of the Supreme Architect of the Universe.
About the author: Dan Brown Born: 1964-
Birthplace: Exeter, New Hampshire
Best Known As: Author of The Da Vinci Code Some of his most popular novels
-Da Vinci Code
-Angels and Demons
-The Lost Symbol
-Deception Point Robert Langdon is the main
character and symboligist
who is in every novel. THE END! :) Made for Mrs. Roan
By Kayla Daniel :)
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