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In what may be the most visually involved piece of the series, the last codex is emblazoned in Latin with the phrase, “Let learning be cherished where liberty has arisen,” we are taught, toward the end of the Fellow Craft degree that geometry is the foundation of architecture and the root of mathematics. We see the five orders of architecture along with the artist’s notes on them; the dimensions of architecture are explained visually; much like da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man we see notes of the degree written by the artist backwards; we see the artist’s own version of the square and compasses under the watchful eye of the Great Architect of the Universe over the large Flower of Life; and tucked away in the print we find the Fibonacci sequence which has applications in nature and mathematics. This is truly a stunning representation of some of the major elements of this degree.
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