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Discussion in 'Investigator Teams' started by Midnight'sLightParanormal, Mar 25, 2020 at 9:07 PM.
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Hiram was NOT a King. He was KING Solomon's chief architect.
Hiram, also called Huram, or Ahiram, Phoenician king of Tyre (reigned 969–936 bc), who appears in the Bible as an ally of the Israelite kings David and Solomon.
Hiram maintained friendly relations with Israel, supplying Solomon with men and materials for the construction of the Temple at Jerusalem and cooperating with him in Mediterranean and Red Sea trading voyages. Solomon gave him tribute and Galilean territory in return.
The OTHER Hiram was Hiram of Abiff, the architect.
This is also the actual name of the lodge as well.