Recalling the fire last week at the Balmoral Bar, in Dalry Road, Edinburgh, it requires noting that another "massive blaze" occured last night in the same street , this time the location number 56, the British Heart Foundation charity shop.
Last week, see (Baal) Morals and Dogma), we noted the Dalry connections with Ayrshire and Robert Burns, the latter location perhaps the heart of freemasonry given that Burns' lodge was Tarbolton, as we note from Robert Burns and Freemasonry:
Robert Burns was initiated an Entered Apprentice in Lodge St. David, Tarbolton on 4 July (ironic date) 1781, at the age of 23. His initiation fee was 12s 6d, and paid on the same date. Like many other times in his life, Burns came into the lodge admist a controversy. Originally, there had been only one lodge in Tarbolton, chartered in 1771 from the Kilwinning Lodge, which is said to be the oldest lodges in the world (again, another story worth telling, yet for another time).
I can perhaps help here, as it appears that Kilwinning - Lodge 0 - is the Mother lodge of Scotland (and thus the world) with a "unique history" dating back to 1140.
Note too from the BBC report that the second fire resulted in three firefighters being treated for minor injuries and that from the Kilwinning lodge (as linked) website, three members of the virtual reality TV show, Big Brother, visited on 20/02/2009. (see aferrismoon re 3's)
note, image reflects the 2009 Year of Homecoming, the beach etc.