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Freemasonry, a remarkable technique

Dean N Goranson

Freemasonry, a remarkable technique

by Dean N Goranson

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Published by Carlton Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Freemasons,
  • History

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11287395M
    ISBN 100806215313
    ISBN 109780806215310
    OCLC/WorldCa8095925

    FREEMASONS. name for members of Freemasonry, the largest fraternal organization in the world, Freemasons are linked to numerous other rites, degrees, and orders collectively termed ally two words, Free Mason, the compound Freemason became standard by the nineteenth century. The term stands for "free and accepted mason," an . In his remarkable book The World Order, from which the quote given at the outset above is taken, the late Eustace Mullins has remarked that the Rothschilds and members of the European aristocracy, who purchased the stocks in the Bank of England around , rank at the number one position in the dynastic families of the New World Order.

    They trumpeted the ‘approval’ of Freemasonry as evidenced by the preface written by C. Fred Kleinknecht, 33°, the Sovereign Grand Commander of the Southern (US) Scottish Rite Jurisdiction. If the ‘heir’ to Albert Pike would write an introduction to this book, this “proved” that Freemasons designed Washington, D.C. Well, not quite! [vi] We should be careful to keep our focus throughout on the particular qualities of Freemasonry’s use of Kabbalah or specifically the Sefiroth, not on the labyrinthine subject itself. To say the least, it is a complex and sometimes contradictory matter. Thus our necessary focus away from Theosophy of Kabbalah even has its own contradictions.

    Read the book and you will discover the facts which overturn years of orthodox belief. Readers’ comments about the book include phrases like, “An amazing discovery”, “A remarkable piece of work”, “An enormous tour de force”, “Devastating”, “Brilliant and important”. Read more about the book here. Research Background. Stephen Bax, a linguistics professor, hit on the idea to look for recognizable plants and Zodiac signs in the richly illustrated medieval book. Even though every code breaking technique tried before had failed, Bax’s simple approach paid off. The Voynich manuscript has many illustrations.


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Freemasonry, a remarkable technique by Dean N Goranson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Author of this Book. Master." This is the first edition of the Book of Constitutions; it was reproduced in facsimile by Quaritch inwith an introduction by Lionel Vibert. It is commonly known as Anderson's Constitutions of [3] E.M.C., 16o. one very lengthy sentence' to "Our Present Worthy Grand‑Master.

There are a number of masonic manuscripts that are important in the study of the emergence of numerous are the Old Charges or documents outlined a "history" of masonry, tracing its origins to a biblical or classical root, followed by the regulations of the organisation, and the responsibilities of its different grades.

THE SQUARE AND COMPASSES - In search of Freemasonry by W. Don Falconer PM, PDGDC: Chapter Thirty-eight - THE TEMPLES OF BAALBEK; Constructed over a sanctuary the Canaanites built in BCE on an ancient sacred site, the temples tower above the town and are by far the most magnificent the Romans ever built.

Introduced in her remarkable book The Art of Memory Yates focused on the occult developments of the art of memory during the sixteenth century. A subject she considered completely neglected. The Origins of Freemasonry, pp VI English Freemasonry, to 94 VII United Grand Lodge Freemasonry, to VIII History of Irish Freemasonry IX History of Scottish Freemasonry X Freemasonry in the Forces XI Freemasonry Overseas, other than in U.S.A.

XII Freemasonry in the U.S.A. XIII The Holy Royal Arch XIV Mark and Royal Ark File Size: KB. - The Secret (). The Secret gives no indication of authorship. The author incorporated the Herault's pamphlet in his exposure. Both texts describe a 'Reception' in narrative form, and if this narration is read at the same time in both originals, it becomes obvious that the earlier text is literally embodied in the later one in successive groups of two or three sentences, with.

That said, I believe that there is no more valuable text that a modern Freemason can have at his disposal to assist in the personal search for more light than this remarkable text.

The full sized book (12 1/4" by 18 1/4") is at roughly $ well worth the cost. In my article Masonry and the Mysteries of Eleusis [1], I explained that Freemasonry has been described as a continuation of the various Mystery cults which flourished in ancient Rome, Egypt, Persia, and especially Greece before they were indiscriminately suppressed in favor of the new, growing, Christian religion.

Illustrious Brother Albert Pike even. Lynn Picknett is a writer, researcher, and lecturer on historical and religious mysteries. Her seminal book, written with Clive Prince, The Templar Revelation: Secret Guardians of the True Identity of Christ, inspired the New York Times bestsellers The Da Vinci Code and The Secret are also the authors of The Sion Revelation: The Truth About the Guardians of /5().

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. The Sirius Mystery, the Supreme Council 33rd Degree, and the Great White Lodge of Freemasonry Robert Temple and a few notes on Freemasonry 10 By Robert Temple, Master Mason | The Ancient Astronomers saw all the great Symbols of Masonry in the Stars.

Sirius glitters in our lodges as the Blazing Star. MASONIC MEMORY TECHNIQUES. By Ralph Omholt (Seattle, Washington - USA) Few escaped grade school and high school without some remarkable memory performances.

In many cases, memory work was a function of competition – sometimes with associated prizes. Many people use this technique to gain their best performance. In its most powerful.

by Richard Sauder Extract from Kundalini Tales from Rense Website In the s, I read Robert Monroe's book, 'Journey Out of The Body.' 1. I found his stories about consciously traveling out of his physical body to be bizarre. Back to Contents. 10 - THE ULTRATERRESTRIAL ORIGIN OF THE MASONIC FRATERNITY A number of authorities, including Tau Michael Bertiaux, a Conservator of one branch of the Old Rite, have suggested that the Egyptian Rite of Freemasonry (Ritus Memphis et Misraim, or Rite of the ancient city of Memphis in Egypt) is actually a secret store house of UFO wisdom.

Barcaldine Masonic Temple is a heritage-listed masonic temple at 39 Beech Street, Barcaldine, It is a remarkable demonstration of adapting a classical vocabulary to a vernacular style and available materials and the painted mock stonework on the front is a very rare technique Location: 39 Beech Street, Barcaldine.

freemasonry: a rite of passage for the modern man - bro. p.d. newman, 32° In the preface to his work Freemasonry and the Ancient Gods, J.S.M. Ward, with a nod to the researches of Albert Churchward, announced the development of a new school of Masonic research, one which he (Ward) proposed to call the anthropological school.

masonry and the mysteries of eleusis revisited: threshing floors and waterfalls - bro. p.d. newman, 32° I n my article Masonry and the Mysteries of Eleusis 1 I explained that Freemasonry has been described as a continuation of the various Mystery cults which flourished in ancient Rome, Egypt, Persia, and especially Greece before they were.

Indeed, its full & proper title is “The Statue of Liberty & Freemasonry” but in non-masonic terms, “Liberty Enlightening the World”. The idea began in Paris in aboutwhen a small group of French masons considered that it would be a splendid gesture on the part of liberty loving Frenchmen to acknowledge their friendship to America.

Christian author, Gary Kah, in his book, "Enroute To A Global Occupation", discovered from Freemasonry literature that accidentally fell into his hands, that Modern Freemasonry links itself to the Knights Templar. When we peruse some of the literature which Freemasons are encouraged to study, you will see repeated references to Knights Templar.

The European Diaspora of Scottish-Esoteric Masonry. The fate of Stuart Freemasonry during the early Williamite regime is difficult to piece together, because of destruction of documents and increasing secrecy maintained by Jacobite resisters and exiles.

Considering extreme temperature swings and high humidity in Oklahoma, the majority of the backdrops were in remarkable shape for being years old. Historical Significance Scottish Rite scenery collections form a time capsule for both theatre historians and practitioners, offering a rich resource that depicts aesthetic shifts in the field of.These aspects of the business were further developed by John, a very active Freemason who published his own books on Freemasonry.

John’s ‘Masonic Printing Office’ flourished untilwhen the business was ruined by the introduction of the new technique of lithography. In an attempt to avoid bankruptcy, John became a dealer in pianos.

The main thrust of Leo XIII’s Humanum Genus, then, is to foreshadow the evils of “natural philosophy” and the concept that the “Church and the State ought to be altogether disunited.”[5] The benefit of living in an open, free society – one wherein Masonic ideals have played a profound influence – may make this statement in the.