Vector image of U. The quartered field alludes to the four primary intelligence functions: The lightning bolt signifies worldwide electrical communications, both friendly and hostile, and the torch stands for knowledge and vigilance. The double-webbed key is symbolic of security and control.
The boy waits in the car while the man gets out. Beyond the gate is the open moor, pale in the early evening with bleached end-of-summer grass, bruised here and there with heather and age-old spills of purple granite. The boy, though, is not looking that way, ahead.
He is watching the man: The boy is intent. Watching what Dad is. The man pushes the gate with one arm, abruptly, too hard - the boy misses a breath - and sure enough, the gate swings violently, bounces off the stone wall and begins to swing back again while the man is already returning to the car.
But then it slows, keels out once more, and comes to rest, wide open, against the wall: The boy is relieved. Mad, she was calling it, as he knew she would. The first in four months he has his eight-year-old son and what does he plan to do? Take him camping up a mountain!
Talk about macho avoidance activity! The light seeping through her fuzzy hair made the bones of his shoulders ache. But Jim is not his dad. His dad parks the car neatly, gets out smartly and shuts the gate. Some yards off on the tufted moor a scattered group of wild ponies lift their heads and sniff the air.
One, dappled grey, moves with interest towards the car, man and boy. The boy is still in the car, tugging at his rucksack, fighting with stiff straps to get at the torch. As the man comes back and puts his head into the open door, he holds it up: The horse comes up to the car. She nudges up, puts her nose over the edge of the door.
The man bats her away. A torch is for lighting when the time comes, for lighting up the expedition of father and son.The torch shows the way with light and could guide the father and son to the right path for their futures.
The compass only guides them with a sense of direction and . This story uses powerful symbols to reveal deep meanings within the relationship between the father and son, such as the title, ‘Compass and Torch’.
The compasses in this story represent guidance in their relationship. By forgetting them, this shows that they both have no sense of direction, therefore are lost. Family crests and coat of arms designs -- symbolism -- historically accurate from official blazons or customized to suit your needs.
Carl H. Claudy was born in , and died in The preceding year he had been named Honorary Passed Grand Master of North Dakota.
Claudy's association with Freemasonry began in , when, at the age of 29, he was raised a Master Mason in Harmony 17 in Washington, DC. THE SYMBOLISM OF FREEMASONRY: Illustrating and Explaining Its Science and Philosophy, Its Legends, Myths and Symbols.
by ALBERT GALLATIN MACKEY. What does it mean if your coat of arms bears a red boar's head? The following descriptions and meanings are gleaned from a variety of sources, some of which disagree on those meanings.