Hidden Masonic Secrets of Washington, D.C. Revealed

For the first time ever, enjoy one of Washington, D.C.’s most unique tours: E-Square LLC, a Masonic consulting firm owned and operated by leading Freemasons in Washington, DC, invites you to take the tour and discover the secrets of the nation's capital. E-Square unveils the Masonic symbolism hidden in the architecture, layout, and design of prominent monuments and landmarks such as the White House, U.S. Capitol building, Washington Monument, and Lincoln Memorial. E-Square is offering a chance to understand what many Freemasons have known for years. Learn about the hidden signs, secrets and history of Washington, D.C. and the role Freemasons have had in the founding of the United States.

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(Vocus) March 6, 2008

For the first time ever, enjoy one of Washington, D.C.'s most unique tours: E-Square LLC, a Masonic consulting firm owned and operated by leading Freemasons in Washington, DC, invites you to take the tour and discover the secrets of the nation's capital. E-Square unveils the Masonic symbolism hidden in the architecture, layout, and design of prominent monuments and landmarks such as the White House, U.S. Capitol building, Washington Monument, and Lincoln Memorial. E-Square is offering a chance to understand what many Freemasons have known for years. Learn about the hidden signs, secrets and history of Washington, D.C. and the role Freemasons have had in the founding of the United States.

E-Square's tours also include visits to prominent Masonic landmarks displayed among the corners of the District. Discover why the George Washington Masonic Memorial and the House of the Temple of the Scottish Rite serve as beacons to all Freemasons in the country. Only by taking this unique tour, can you truly appreciate and understand the history of the Freemasons in the founding and designing of our nation's capital.

E-Square was founded by Akram Elias, a world-renowned speaker on the topic of 'Freemasonry and the Great Experiment.' He is the winner of three Telly Awards and has been featured in a number of televised documentaries. Partners, Garrison Courtney and Sviatoslav Voloshin, both Freemasons, are also recognized for their contributions to the Masonic order and offer years of Masonic experience.

All packages include a private tour director and chartered transportation around the city. Tours can be custom-designed to meet the needs of the client and can vary in length from a minimum of three hours to a full day.

To begin scheduling your next tour with E-Square or for more information about one of Washington, D.C.’s most enlightening tours, please visit http://www.masonictours.com/registration.html. Take the tour -- discover the secrets.

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