Colors are somewhat subjective for each of us.  Different people see colors differently.  Even each graphics program and computer monitor displays them a little differently and so, even the color "light blue" can denote a vast array of hues or tones of the same color. 

Freemasons learn that the answer to this question is that Masonic Blue is the color of the starry decked sky,... the celestial clouded canopy that covers each and every one of us.  But,... why "blue"?  Why not purple or red or any other color in the spectrum?

Q:   And... what exact hue of blue does Masonic Blue represent?
     ...the light, clear blue of a Summer's day, the dark blue before the storm?
     ...the royal blue of a Mediterranean sky
     ...or something in between?

-- Breed Type -- Draft Gaited Light Other Pony or Miniature Horse Spanish/Iberian Stock Warmblood/Sport Horse

-- Size / Scale -- 1:12 1:22 1:6 Bantam Bust 1/9 Classic Curio/Large Stablemate foal Large Classic Large Traditional Little Bit/Pebbles Medallion Micro Mini Pin Size Unknown Small Classic Small Traditional Stablemate/Chips Traditional

-- Coat Color -- Appaloosa Bay Black Brindle Brown Buckskin Champagne Chestnut Cremello Dun Grey Grullo Other Palomino Perlino Pinto Roan Silver Dapple Smoky Creme Unpainted White

A prince there was, long since in time it is.
Of Church and State the power and wealth were his.
The chase on horse one day to follow, bent;'
With pompous courtier-train afield he went.
A handmaid  1 fair was wand’ring near a grove.
Her he espied, and straightway fell in love.
His heart was snared; her form its cage, its stall.
He lavished gold; and made her thus his thrall.
But now, behold the wayward spite of fate!
5 The maid fell sick, this prince's joy to bate.

An ass had Hodge; no saddle to the fore.
A saddle bought; a wolf straight Jacky tore.
A jug had Dick; the well, alas, was dry.
The well then filled; the jug was broke hard by.

Now leeches called the prince, from left, from right.
"Two lives," quoth he, "depend upon your might.
My health is naught; she's life of life to me.
I'm sad at heart; my sov’reign balm is she.
Who finds a remedy to save her life,
10 Much gold, with jewels, his; and thanks more rife."


Colors are somewhat subjective for each of us.  Different people see colors differently.  Even each graphics program and computer monitor displays them a little differently and so, even the color "light blue" can denote a vast array of hues or tones of the same color. 

Freemasons learn that the answer to this question is that Masonic Blue is the color of the starry decked sky,... the celestial clouded canopy that covers each and every one of us.  But,... why "blue"?  Why not purple or red or any other color in the spectrum?

Q:   And... what exact hue of blue does Masonic Blue represent?
     ...the light, clear blue of a Summer's day, the dark blue before the storm?
     ...the royal blue of a Mediterranean sky
     ...or something in between?

-- Breed Type -- Draft Gaited Light Other Pony or Miniature Horse Spanish/Iberian Stock Warmblood/Sport Horse

-- Size / Scale -- 1:12 1:22 1:6 Bantam Bust 1/9 Classic Curio/Large Stablemate foal Large Classic Large Traditional Little Bit/Pebbles Medallion Micro Mini Pin Size Unknown Small Classic Small Traditional Stablemate/Chips Traditional

-- Coat Color -- Appaloosa Bay Black Brindle Brown Buckskin Champagne Chestnut Cremello Dun Grey Grullo Other Palomino Perlino Pinto Roan Silver Dapple Smoky Creme Unpainted White

A prince there was, long since in time it is.
Of Church and State the power and wealth were his.
The chase on horse one day to follow, bent;'
With pompous courtier-train afield he went.
A handmaid  1 fair was wand’ring near a grove.
Her he espied, and straightway fell in love.
His heart was snared; her form its cage, its stall.
He lavished gold; and made her thus his thrall.
But now, behold the wayward spite of fate!
5 The maid fell sick, this prince's joy to bate.

An ass had Hodge; no saddle to the fore.
A saddle bought; a wolf straight Jacky tore.
A jug had Dick; the well, alas, was dry.
The well then filled; the jug was broke hard by.

Now leeches called the prince, from left, from right.
"Two lives," quoth he, "depend upon your might.
My health is naught; she's life of life to me.
I'm sad at heart; my sov’reign balm is she.
Who finds a remedy to save her life,
10 Much gold, with jewels, his; and thanks more rife."

The Sun Prince, The Saint and the Changeling  is an original graphic novel in progress. It is a story about a simple summer romance that doesn’t go according to anyone’s plan.

Making a graphic novel is a long-term endeavor, so I’m releasing it in parts — each one is published as soon as I complete it.

Ahahaha Emil is just glaring into his drink while everyone fawns all over Matthias. I’m glad he’s back to his cheery self, though I do wonder if we’ll see that melancholy again and if it really was caused by the journey…or something else. I love all the touching going on between Nicola, Sperenza, Matthias and Tomas. It really shows how close they all are and how comfortable they are with each other. That last panel is gold – such a sweet little family and Tomas is besotted af lol.


Colors are somewhat subjective for each of us.  Different people see colors differently.  Even each graphics program and computer monitor displays them a little differently and so, even the color "light blue" can denote a vast array of hues or tones of the same color. 

Freemasons learn that the answer to this question is that Masonic Blue is the color of the starry decked sky,... the celestial clouded canopy that covers each and every one of us.  But,... why "blue"?  Why not purple or red or any other color in the spectrum?

Q:   And... what exact hue of blue does Masonic Blue represent?
     ...the light, clear blue of a Summer's day, the dark blue before the storm?
     ...the royal blue of a Mediterranean sky
     ...or something in between?


Colors are somewhat subjective for each of us.  Different people see colors differently.  Even each graphics program and computer monitor displays them a little differently and so, even the color "light blue" can denote a vast array of hues or tones of the same color. 

Freemasons learn that the answer to this question is that Masonic Blue is the color of the starry decked sky,... the celestial clouded canopy that covers each and every one of us.  But,... why "blue"?  Why not purple or red or any other color in the spectrum?

Q:   And... what exact hue of blue does Masonic Blue represent?
     ...the light, clear blue of a Summer's day, the dark blue before the storm?
     ...the royal blue of a Mediterranean sky
     ...or something in between?

-- Breed Type -- Draft Gaited Light Other Pony or Miniature Horse Spanish/Iberian Stock Warmblood/Sport Horse

-- Size / Scale -- 1:12 1:22 1:6 Bantam Bust 1/9 Classic Curio/Large Stablemate foal Large Classic Large Traditional Little Bit/Pebbles Medallion Micro Mini Pin Size Unknown Small Classic Small Traditional Stablemate/Chips Traditional

-- Coat Color -- Appaloosa Bay Black Brindle Brown Buckskin Champagne Chestnut Cremello Dun Grey Grullo Other Palomino Perlino Pinto Roan Silver Dapple Smoky Creme Unpainted White

Prince Ishmael Sun And Moon Classics 4 - davislaw.solutions


Prince Ishmael (Sun & Moon Classics): Marianne Hauser.

Posted by 2018 article

41wTCquS9AL