Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry: First Three Degrees

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Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry: First Three Degrees

Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry: First Three Degrees

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Nevertheless, it remains a significant resource for Masonic scholars and those interested in the historical and philosophical aspects of Freemasonry.

El autor analiza las distintas tradiciones referentes a la Deidad y a la Creación del Mundo y del Hombre, y contempla la necesidad de distinguir la interpretación exotérica de las Escrituras de la comprensión esotérica, única que revela su verdadero contenido. While Albert Pike’s assumptions, interpretations, and biases have rendered an imperfect compendium of esoteric spiritual and political thought, it remains a must-read for any Mason seeking to fully understand the intellectual tradition of our Craft. Thy sun, says ISAIAH to Jerusalem, shall no more go down, neither shall thy moon withdraw itself; for the LORD shall be thine everlasting light, and the days of thy mourning shall be ended. The performance is excellent and the annotations add an element of context to the work that make it more accessible and understandable.In Morals and Dogma, Pike holds that this annual fluctuation in the reception of light is a pattern from which wisdom is to be extracted.

It is a greatness ill constituted, in which all the material elements are combined, and into which no moral element enters. The Mason should struggle in the same manner, and with the same bravery, against those invasions of necessity and baseness, which come to nations as well as to men.In the Temple of Eleusis (a sanctuary lighted only by a window in the roof, and representing the Universe), the images of the Sun, Moon, and Mercury, were represented. It advocates for self-improvement through study and reflection, and it proclaims upright character to be a necessary support for democracy. That, too, is the perfection of the orator and poet—to combine force, strength, energy, with grace of style, musical cadences, the beauty of figures, the play and irradiation of imagination and fancy; and so, in a State, the warlike and industrial force of the people, and their Titanic strength, must be combined with the beauty of the arts, the sciences, and the intellect, if the State would scale the heights of excellence, and the people be really free.

Nota: Los envíos a España peninsular, Baleares y Canarias se realizan a través de mensajería urgente. The Ladder by which it reascends, has, according to Marsilius Ficinus, in his Commentary on the Ennead of Plotinus, seven degrees or steps; and in the Mysteries of Mithras, carried to Rome under the Emperors, the ladder, with its seven rounds, was a symbol referring to this ascent through the spheres of the seven planets.

He produces foreknown and foreintended effects, by the instrumentality of the forces of nature, all of which are His forces. He should meet them, too, foot to foot, even in the darkness, and protest against the national wrongs and follies; against usurpation and the first inroads of that hydra, Tyranny. The French should have preserved the Bastile as a perpetual lesson; Italy should not destroy the dungeons of the Inquisition.



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