Brother Dennis Burns is the Founder and Owner of Upon the Point
Upon The Point was developed around the philosophy that hiding our light under a bushel results in anonymity, and anonymity results in the thinning of our ranks, as our older brothers leave us. Without a healthy campaign to raise awareness of our Fraternity, we risk it going away, altogether.
Our designs are unique. In fact, you could say that many of our designs are provocative – and purposely so. Most people will notice, but not mention a traditional square and compasses pin, whereas our pins generate curiosity. That curiosity generally leads to a conversation that you can then turn into a visit, or a petition.
Put your light where people can see it. Illuminate the areas which you travel. Share that light with all who wish to see.
“There are no new ideas. There are only new ways of making them felt.” ~ Audre Lorde
We have many twists on the Square and Compasses that we think you will enjoy that are currently on the drawing board.
Take a look at what we have to offer today. Bookmark us, like us on Facebook – stay in touch. Big things are coming and we wouldn’t want you to miss out!
You can find his pins and coins at his website or at Masonic Con 2018!
Brother Dennis Burns’ Masonic Record is:
- Dallas #760, District 14-A, Grand Lodge of Texas – AF&AM
- Scottish Rite – Dallas Valley
- York Rite
- Love Field – Chapter and Council (Dallas)
- Alexander C. Garrett – Commandery (Dallas)
- Tranquility Lodge #2000
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