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The Lost Keys Of Freemasonry

Author : Manly P. Hall
ISBN : 9780486121031
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A high-ranking Mason offers a fascinating glimpse into the secretive society. Manly P. Hall describes the ethical training of a Mason and the character traits he must "build" within himself.

The Lost Keys Of Masonry

Author : Manly Palmer Hall
ISBN : STANFORD:36105040813979
Genre : Social Science
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The Lost Keys Of Freemasonry

Author : Manly Palmer Hall
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The Lost Keys Of Freemasonry Original Text With Additional 1923 Chapter Aziloth Books

Author : Manly P. Hall
ISBN : 1908388153
Genre : History
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Manly Palmer Hall was a Canadian author and mystic of outstanding wisdom. At the age of just 25 he published his magnum opus 'The Secret Teachings of All Ages', whose breadth of knowledge brought him instant recognition as a leading scholar in the fields of religion, mysticism, and the occult. 'The Lost Keys of Freemasonry' once again displays Hall's insight and erudition. Taking as his subject the Legend of Hiram Abiff, the author reveals the higher and hidden aspects of Freemasonry in beautiful and poetic prose that is accessible to Mason and non-Mason alike. A book that can be revisited again and again for its deep layers of wisdom.

The Lost Keys Of Freemasonry

Author : Manly Hall
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Freemasonry, though not a religion, is essentially religious. Most of its legends and allegories are of a sacred nature; much of it is woven into the structure of Christianity. We have learned to consider our own religion as the only inspired one, and this probably accounts for much of the misunderstanding in the world today concerning the place occupied by Freemasonry in the spiritual ethics of our race. A religion is a divinely inspired code of morals. A religious person is one inspired to nobler living by this code. He is identified by the code which is his source of illumination. Thus we may say that a Christian is one who receives his spiritual ideals of right and wrong from the message of the Christ, while a Buddhist is one who molds his life into the archetype of morality given by the great Gautama, or one of the other Buddhas. All doctrines which seek to unfold and preserve that invisible spark in man named Spirit, are said to be spiritual. Those which ignore this invisible element and concent rate entirely upon the visible are said to be material. There is in religion a wonderful point of balance, where the materialist and spiritist meet on the plane of logic and reason. Science and theology are two ends of a single truth, but the world will never receive the full benefit of their investigations until they have made peace with each other, and labor hand in hand for the accomplishment of the great work - the liberation of spirit and intelligence from the three-dimensional prison-house of ignorance, superstition, and fear. That which gives man a knowledge of himself can be inspired only by the Self - and God is the Self in all things. In truth, He is the inspiration and the thing inspired. It has been stated in Scripture that God was the Word and that the Word was made flesh. Man's task now is to make flesh reflect the glory of that Word, which is within the soul of himself. It is this task which has created the need of religion - not one faith alone but many creeds, each searching in its own way, each meeting the needs of individual people, each emphasizing one point above all the others.

The Lost Key

Author : Robert Lomas
ISBN : 9781444710625
Genre : Social Science
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Robert Lomas is the bestselling co-author of The Hiram Key and other international bestsellers on Freemasonic mysteries. Many say he is the model for Dan Brown's hero, Robert Langdon.The Lost Key contains revelations that only an initiate of the highest orders of esoteric Freemasonry is in a position to make. Here is the truth behind the hints in Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol that Freemasonry is concerned to reawaken the hidden potentialities and powers of the human mind.The thrilling narrative of this new book follows a candidate for initiation as he rises through the different grades of initiation, taking part in ceremonies that are sometimes terrifying but always revealing of new knowledge and presenting new mysteries which will only be solved when the next stage of initiation has been achieved. Dramatic episodes include the re-enacting of an ancient murder from 3,000 years ago in full gory detail, lowering the candidate on the end of a rope into a dark vault under the floor of the temple, holding a dagger to the candidates naked breast, and making the candidate attend his own funeral.In the secret teachings revealed to some high-level initiates, there is a type of instruction which seems curiously similar to religious and mystical teachings. Astrology, angels, chakras and the powers of the mind to operate independently of the body, such as in remote viewing, are all a part of Freemasonic lore.Robert Lomas is both a physicist - he teaches physics at Bradford Unversity - and a Freemason. Here he reveals to a wider public and also explains these secret teachings for the first time. He shows that while they are dismissed as superstitious by campaigners for atheism such as Richard Dawkins, they are very much part of the strange, paradoxical world opened up by the latest thinking in quantum physics. This is why he prefers to call them 'Supranatural'.

The Lost Keys Of Freemasonry And The Initiates Of The Flame

Author : Manly Palmer Hall
ISBN : 1911405225
Genre : Social Science
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Taking as his subject the Legend of Hiram Abiff, renowned occultist Manly P Hall reveals the hidden aspects of Freemasonry in beautiful and poetic prose. The rare "Initiates of the Flame" uses 40 symbolic glyphs to further elucidate the path to The Grail. Accessible to Mason and non-Mason alike, this is a book that repays re-reading.

The Lost Key

Author : Prentiss Tucker
ISBN : 1585090506
Genre : Social Science
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Symbols play a big part in our lives, but we often miss their full meaning. A book for Freemasons, and explains the meaning of their symbols. Masons are members of a longstanding fraternal order that functions as a mystical brotherhood. A number of rituals are performed as one progresses up the ranks, usually in the form of an initiation. Often times Masons may not fully understand the true purpose of the initiation. This book covers the symbols found within the first three degrees of Freemasonry, making it an excellent guidebook for the beginning Mason, and offers a more complete understanding for those who oversee their rituals.

The Secret Of The Temple

Author : John Michael Greer
ISBN : 9780738750552
Genre : Social Science
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Discover the secrets of the ancient temples, the sacred geometry that gave rise to the world's most awe-inspiring cathedrals and the cryptic ceremonies of the modern-day Freemasons. Thousands of years ago, people began to notice that certain structures had beneficial effects on the crops that sustained their lives. A body of traditional lore evolved, guiding the priests and priestesses of ancient tribes in the use of architecture and ceremonies that made use of wholly natural magical effects. The Temple of Solomon was only one of many ancient structures that drew on the temple tradition, and its secrets and traditions have been passed along from the Knights Templar to the Freemasons. Join John Michael Greer as he rebuilds a body of lost knowledge that's been used to accumulate and direct energy throughout history...and can be used again today.

Author : دان براون
ISBN : 9953299129
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