The 33rd Degree Law of the Masonic Phoenicians

The number 33 is said to be the Master Number (Master Teacher). The Amon (AMEN) is the numerical equivalent of 33rd_parallel1+13+5+14=33. Amen is the God of Truth, and 33 represents Christ consciousness. In the Book of Enoch, Mount Hermon is the place where the Grigori; "Watchers, Sons of God or the Nephilim," a class of fallen angels descended to Earth, and is at 33 degrees latitude and longitude.

There are many conspiracies surrounding the 33rd parallel of latitude that is 33 degrees north of the Earth's equatorial plane, and the 33 degrees in Freemasonry. Whether or not there are any concrete facts tying them together in Truth, in my opinion has yet to be determined without a shadow of a reasonable doubt. But there are definitely some strange coincidences and a pattern of both Phoenician (Sidonian/Hebrew/Canaanite) and Masonic endeavors that seem to tie the two together in a world wide web that needs to be explored using reason rather than conspiratorial nonsense. 

Some people seem to think it has to deal with some evil Masonic plot and or that it some type of grid energy portal to the Gods, but I have found that this is just a theory propagated by profane people who are not in the know, but think they are by spreading disinformation. (more…)

The ignorant Freemason is a drone and an encumbrance in the Order

The ignorant Freemason is a drone and an encumbrance in the Order.albert-mackey

He who does not study the nature, the design, the history and character of the Institution, but from the hour of his initiation neither gives nor receives any ideas that could not be shared by a profane, is of no more advantage to Freemasonry than Freemasonry is to him.

The true Freemason seeks light that darkness may be dispelled, and knowledge that ignorance may be removed.

The ignorant aspirant, no matter how loudly he may have asked for light, is still a blind grouper in the dark.

— Mackey’s Encyclopedia of Freemasonry

 

 

Freemasonry is Ornamented With the Gnostic Jewels of a Thousand Ages

"The sanctum sanctorum of Freemasonry is ornamented with the gnostic jewels of a thousand ages; its rituals ring with the divinely Freemason Symbolsinspired words of seers and sages.

A hundred religious have brought their gifts of wisdom to its altar; arts and sciences unnumbered have contributed to its symbolism.

Freemasonry is a world-wide university, teaching the liberal arts and sciences of the soul to all who will hearken to its words.

Its chairs are seats of learning and its pillars uphold an arch of universal education.

Its trestleboards are inscribed with the eternal verities of all ages and upon those who comprehend its sacred depths has dawned the realization that within the Freemasonic Mysteries lie hidden the long-lost arcana sought by all peoples since the genesis of human reason." By Manly P. Hall - The Secret Teachings of All Ages

Hiram’s First Masons: The Cunning Daedalus Invented the Masonic Working Tools

At the time of the Masonic King Hiram and Phoenician rule of the Holy Island of Crete, it was one of the few places in the world that Daedalushad plenty of skilled Masons, wood and metal workers to complete the job. Please keep in mind that these masons are real people who were well documented by many historians.

For example, in the legend of Hiram, he is said to be a cunning man. In 2 Chronicles ii., 13, 'And I have sent a cunning man (endued with understanding) of Hiram my fathers. In the Hebrew text, the word rendered ' my father's' is in English letters ' Abi.' (The Hebrew word 'Ab' signifies 'father,' 'Abi,' my father, and 'Abiv,' his father.)

You will also find in ancient Crete a family of builders who had descended from one of the first documented builder masons who specialized in wood, Daedalus. He is one of the most famous artists and builders of Crete who were the forerunners to the Grecian building communities, and Roman collegia. The very same ancient guilds which modern Freemasonry descends. (more…)

Famous Freemasons

If you don't think that Freemasons are big players in the way the world is ran as we know it, then you are simply ignorant to the famous freemasonshistory of this ancient fraternity. Some of the most powerful and influential people in the world have been and are Freemasons.

We can also safely say that the United States is a Masonic republic.

Many of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America were Freemasons. Men like Benjamin Franklin who became a grand master in 1734 and edited and published the first Masonic book in America that same year. The first President, George Washington was a Freemason who was initiated into the group in 1752 in Virginia.

Other important Freemasons in the forming of America were people like John Hancock, Paul Revere, Marquis de Lafayette, Robert R. Livingstone, Elbridge Gerry, Josiah Bartlett, and George Clinton.

The first Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of the United States, J Edgar Hoover was a Freemason. US Congressmen Henry Clay, Nelson Aldrich, and William Jennings Bryan were members. More recently, Senators Birch Bayh, Lloyd Bentsen, Strom Thurmond, Jesse Helms, and Sam Ervin were Masons. So were the father and grandfather of Sen. John McCain. Former senators Bob Dole, Trent Lott, Conrad Burns, and Sam Nunn are Masons, as are Sen. Chuck Schumer and Rep. Charles Rangel. Famous Masonic governors include DeWitt Clinton, Thomas Dewey, George Wallace, George Ryan, Ed Rendell, and ex-New York Mayor, David Paterson. (more…)

Masonry is a religious and philosophic body

In the quote below, 33rd Degree Freemason and Gnostic philosopher, Manly P. Hall talks about the rank and file of present-masonic symbolsday Masons who strenuously oppose any effort put forth to interpret Masonic symbols in the light of philosophy. He also states that Masonry is a religious and philosophic body.

These simple facts are only known by the wise Masonic philosophers who have taken the time to study the true history and symbols of the craft.

The word philosophy simply means the lover of wisdom. So essentially what Hall is saying is that most Masons oppose wisdom in the interpretation of the Craft's symbols, and many of their teachings. They instead choose ignorance and intellectual apathy over the wise truth.

These words by Hall were written well over 50 years ago, and they still ring true today. As it has been said by a wise philosopher, "there is nothing new under the sun..."

Manly P. Hall had said, "An obstacle well-nigh insurmountable is to convince the Mason himself that the secrets of his Craft are worthy of his profound consideration. As St. Paul, so we are told, kicked against the “pricks” of conversion, so the rank and file of present-day Masons strenuously oppose any effort put forth to interpret Masonic symbols in the light of philosophy. (more…)

Masonry is a religion seeking to unite God and man

(By 33rd Degree Freemason, Manly P. Hall) - When the mob governs, man is ruled by ignorance; when the church governs, he is ruled by superstition; All seeing eyeand when the state governs, he is ruled by fear. Before men can live together in harmony and understanding, ignorance must be transmuted into wisdom, superstition into an illumined faith, and fear into love.

Despite statements to the contrary, Masonry is a religion seeking to unite God and man by elevating its initiates to that level of consciousness whereon they can behold with clarified vision the workings of the Great Architect of the Universe.

From age to age the vision of a perfect civilization is preserved as the ideal for mankind. In the midst of that civilization shall stand a mighty university wherein both the sacred and secular sciences concerning the mysteries of life will be freely taught to all who will assume the philosophic life. (more…)

In Masonry the sun has many symbols

In Masonry the sun has many symbols. One expression of the solar energy is Solomon, whose name SOL-OM-ON is the name for the sun symbol masonrySupreme Light in three different languages.

Hiram Abiff, the CHiram (Hiram) of the Chaldees, is also a solar deity, and the story of his attack and murder by the Ruffians, with its solar interpretation, will be found in the chapter The Hiramic Legend. A striking example of the important part which the sun plays in the symbols and rituals of Freemasonry is given by George Oliver, D.D., in his Dictionary of Symbolical Masonry, as follows: (more…)

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