In this exciting episode of the Gnostic Warrior Radio Show and Podcast, I have the pleasure of interviewing again Freemason, Gnostic and author, Hank Kraychir. He is a historian, lecturer, Master Mason, York Rite Mason, and a Knight Mason.
Hank has written 13 books with his latest upcoming book called, Masonry and the Three Pigs. He often writes online for his blogs, Gnosis Masonry and Pike Quotes, where he shares hidden Masonic wisdom and great quotes from Albert Pike.
In this podcast, Hank explains how many of the teachings and degrees of Freemasonry are written in Masonic allegory such as Albert Pike who was one of the masters. He tells us that he is a student Pike, and how his book Morals and Dogma contributed to the writing of Masonry and the Three Pigs in which modern Masons will get value out of this book.
Hanks explains the relationship with his book and James Halliwell, the man who discovered the Regius Poem, the oldest known Masonic document. We also talk about the degrees of Freemasonry are built on the fact that men need to be engaged in a Great Work for self-improvement. Hank explains that Masons are builders of Solomon's Temple in which each man must use his intellectual materials, and physical abilities to build a better man, family and world.
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