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Jachin

(jā`kĭn), in the Bible. 1 Son of Simeon. He also appears as Jarib. 2 Chief priest.
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7) The two ornamented pillars Jachin and Boaz, which stood at the entrance of the Temple were cast bronze.
When Lithium Jachin Li and Leanne Marie Yan exchanged vows recently, the P7.
The left pillar was called Boaz, but the name of the right was Jachin.
In 'Live and Let Die' we have the snakes, voodoo, Baron Samedi and Tarot cards with the initials JB (James Bond) on them for Jachin and Boaz, the Freemasonic pillars from the Temple of Solomon.
36: Jachin and Boaz were pillars in the porch of which ancient building?
37) [figure 2] Jachin and Boaz, the twin pillars of the temple of Solomon, similarly suggest the complementarity of yin and yang (38) The double snake occurs twice in Hour 10 of the Egyptian Amduat: in the upper register, parallel coiled snakes support the sun-disk, while the middle register shows a snake with two heads, one of which wears the red and the other the white crown.
Within the context of Freemasonry, these pillars represent the two columns in the porch at Solomon's Temple--one pillar is named Jachin, meaning strength; the other is Boaz, meaning establishment (1 Kings 7:21,2 Chronicles 3:17).
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In the second plane of the tracing board are two important Masonic symbols, the twin columns called Jachin and Boaz, traditional representations of the pillars that stood on the porch before the entrance to Solomon's Temple.
Since Freemasons in the eighteenth century did not publish the texts of their ceremonies for public consumption, outsiders learned of Hiram's fate, as related in the master mason's ritual, in Samuel Prichard, Masonry Dissected (London, 1730), 32-36, and Jachin and Boaz (London, 1762; reprint, New York, 1796), 29-33.
The version in I Kings reads, He [Hiram] set up the columns at the portico of the Great Hall; he set up one column on the right and named it Jachin, and he set up the other column on the left and named it Boaz.
Jachin Rupe scored 10 points and Andrew Barber had four rebounds to lead Eugene (9-9).