One of the most historically important relics for showing the path of the “Cross Roads of Freemasonry” through the Military Lodges of England & Scotland and the Starry Lodge with the Irish. The most direct history through General Monk with the Scottish Sovereigns to the symbolism of the United States Sovereign identity.
Masonic Lodge #64, Knight Templar Asembly seal that dates from 1784-1791 with the Military Masonic Lodge of Pennsylvania that has the most direct link to all the origins of Freemasonry in all the American Colonies. Traced from Greensburg PA. & the Pittsburg, PA. Military fort history via Boston and New England. Earlier history links the Military of the Scottish and Irish Regimental Foot Guards with the West Indies and Novia Scotia in the first decades of the 18th century.
The seal was made by the Philadelphia engraving guild artists by Scotsman and Jacobite Robert Scot “Scotstarvet Bloodline” who’s grandfather George was a chief of clan Scot. Roberts grandfather was Sir John Scot, Lord Scotstarvit (1585–1670), was a Scottish laird, advocate, judge, politician and author. He was Director of Chancery and a Lord of Session. His surname is often spelt as Scott, and Scotstarvit is also spelt as Scotstarvet or Scotstarver in recognition of his titles as a Buccleuch bloodline!
Sir John’s was a right hand of the Stuart King’s since the founding of the name of Scotland. Which was not the first documented of the name Scott or Scot in England and Scotland. The title goes to children of Queen Maude and the Plangent lines, but they were all family before the time of King William and the House of Normandy.
The first family named for Scotland was the Buccleuch line named Scott and Robert the engraver was directly documented with his fathers who were Normans from Flanders. Mysteries with Freemasonry, did directly associate with their families of Nobility back to the Holy lands! Where the most striking feature on the Templar seal is the Skull & Bones. Which dates backs to the crusade of Roger II, being the s