Sublime Prince of the Royal Secret | Chapter 32

p. 839 [Master of Royal Secret.] THE Occult Science of the Ancient Magi was concealed under the shadows of the Ancient Mysteries: it was imperfectly revealed or rather disfigured by the Gnostics: it is guessed at under the obscurities that cover the pretended crimes...

Grand Inspector Inquisitor Commander | Chapter 31

p. 825 [Inspector Inquisitor.] To hear patiently, to weigh deliberately and dispassionately, and to decide impartially;--these are the chief duties of a Judge. After the lessons you have received, I need not further enlarge upon them. You will be ever eloquently...

Knight Kadosh | Chapter 30

p. 814 WE often profit more by our enemies than by our friends. "We support ourselves only on that which resists," and owe our success to opposition. The best friends of Masonry in America were the Anti-Masons of 1826, and at the same time they were its worst enemies....

Grand Scottish Knight of St. Andrew | Chapter 29

p. 801 A MIRACULOUS tradition, something like that connected with the labarum of Constantine, hallows the Ancient Cross of St. Andrew. Hungus, who in the ninth century reigned over the Picts in Scotland, is said to have seen in a vision, on the night before a battle,...

Knight of the Sun, or Prince Adept | Chapter 28 Part 9

p. 757 Three points first emanated, one under the other; Kether, Hakemah, and Binah; and, so far, there was no copulation. But afterward the positions of Hakemah and Binah changed, so that they were side by side, Kether remaining above them; and then conjunction of...
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