Originally Posted by Lynn
It is interesting to see what one's pick up. The Freemasons makes a connection to Heart not to the building so your hitting the energy. His adoptive Father is a Freemason and Heart was adopted out of "The Manor" as it was called at the time it was a children's home.
I do not know of a New York connection but there is a "Country Club" connection to it so New York could tie to that.
I too have not been able to find anything on where its at right now with restorations. I did find some images of the run down inside how it was abandoned after it was the children's home.
It’s very interesting..I have a long family history of Freemasons that go from New York back through ancestry linked to England/Scotland/Ireland. I have Freemason Encyclopedias from early 1900’s. They belonged to my Grandfather.
I did some more energy work with it. I picked up that in the room on the far left had an old wall radiator heater. I think that might have been what caused and explosion and fire.
I saw some beds there particularly a little boy 5-7 years old flushed cheeks. Maybe had a fever. The beds were “Jenny Lind” style. Same style of the one that I mentioned in a previous entry.
The office on the right side of the building. The man I mentioned sitting at the desk. Very clean cut with a mustache. Striped shirt with suspenders on. I think he might have been one of the original owners maybe. I also have a feeling he may have been a Mason.
By any chance, was the fire during the late 1960’s early 1970’s? Just wondering.
I’m going to Google the owner to see if I can find a picture of him. To see if that is the guy I saw in the office and see if I can find any link to Freemasonery with him.
You should put another picture up sometime of something else.