Situated at the Temple entrance to the West, in memory of those which Hiram placed at the entrance to Solomon’s Temple, symbolizes duality. The one with three pomegranates refers to the female element, to the Air, the breath that feeds life, the feminine sensitivity, the Mercury of the Wise Men; The other, which sustains the Globe, the masculine, the Fire, the vital warmth devouring, the activity, the Sickness of the Alchemists. From the duplicity of the column symbol, the dichotomy between the vertical and horizontal, between the terrestrial and the air values, the quest for opposites and complementary principles is born. From a historical point of view, apart from the architectural significance, the “column” has the connotations of height, strength, tension, robustness and structure. Jachin is therefore the Force, and Boaz is, traditionally, the name of David’s grandfather, the royal pillar, the one who symbolized, during Solomon’s time, the concept of Mishpat, justice. The column also means perpendicularity, stability, balance, controlled play of dynamics between up and down, energy transmission channel between the top and the bottom. Jachin, the first sacerdot of the Temple of Solomon, gave his own name to the column that symbolized the principle of fairness, of justice, inspired by the ancient solar cult of the Canaanites, who saw the Light-God who watched the world from the heights. The uncontrollable pact, the foundation of the relationship with divinity, the stability symbolized by the twin columns completes the role of the foundation of the inner edifice that the mason must design and realize.