Turshatha: The Lord’s Masons

Turshatha: The Lord’s Masons

The ancient Kings (Lords) of the East had two forms of government in which the king employed a governor to rule over their empire’s stone quarries, commerce, religion, and military by the royal title of “Tirshatha” (Turshatha, Tarshatha, Tursha, Tuirsha, תּרשׁתא,...
King Saul Part 1

King Saul Part 1

Saul, according to the Hebrew Bible, was the first king of the combined Kingdoms of Israel and Judah. His reign is traditionally placed at approximately in the 10-11 century BCE, which marked a transition from a tribal society to statehood. It is important to point...
King Hiram’s Son: Ithobaal

King Hiram’s Son: Ithobaal

The Phoenician king of Byblos, Ahiram, also known in both biblical and Freemasonic history as King Hiram had a son named, Ithobaal (Ἰθόβαλος; Hebrew Ethbaal, Ishba’al, Latin – Ithóbalos, Εἰθώβαλος; Eithṓbalos – meaning with Baal). In the bible, Ithobaal...

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