What are Masonic Rings?
In olden days, it was believed that the one who wears a masonic ring is a believer or a follower of a secret society. These rings symbolize “free masons – a person of good moral and gratitude”. Masonic rings generally bear a design of a square or compass.
A person who wears the ring is abided to follow the rules of masons. Masons were considered as a good virtue people with the quest for knowledge of life. The square scripted on the crest of the ring means “square their lives by the square virtues”. Generally a mason is preacher, protector, follower of a secret society in which he believes. A masonic ring is worn on the right hand. Today, these masonic rings are found in fingers of many people ranging from celebrities to visionaries...Read More