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Harrison: Who have you there?
Mason: Dr. William Gull, a poor candidate in a state of darkness... ...who comes of his own free will and accord, properly prepared, humbly soliciting to be admitted to the mysteries and privileges of Freemasonry.
Harrison: Do you feel anything?
Disembodied voice: Do you feel anything?
Gull: Yes
Harrison: Dr. Gull... in all cases of difficulty and danger, in who do you put your trust?
Gull: In God
Mason: Then kneel upon your left knee, your right foot formed into a square. Take in your right hand the volume of Sacred Law and in you left these compasses, one point pressed to your naked breast.
Gull: I, William Withey Gull, in the presence of the Great Architect of the Universe, do solemnly swear to always hele, conceal, and never reveal the mysteries of Free and Accepted Mason... ...under no less a penalty than...







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