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Freemasonry’s Secret Science of Symbolism: Resurrection, Immortality, and the Secret Elixir

 
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Freemasonry’s Secret Science of Symbolism: Resurrection, Immortality, and the Secret Elixir
Freemasonry’s Secret Science of Symbolism: Resurrection, Immortality, and the Secret Elixir

BY DR DAVID HARRISON

It was during its transitional phase of the early nineteenth century that Freemasonry began to change its public symbolism. During the eighteenth century, the skull and crossbones were used to mark the grave of a Freemason, the symbol being recognised by fellow Freemasons as the resting-place of a Master Mason. Though the skull and crossbones can be interpreted as a symbol of mortality, the use of the symbol on the figurative grave in the third degree ‘raising’ ceremony symbolises immortality, with the Master Mason being symbolically resurrected.

The symbolism on Masonic tombstones began to change in the early 1800’s, and the traditional and somewhat terrifying skull and crossbones, was replaced by the much more ‘modern’ square and compass. This more scientific and modern symbol began appearing on many headstones marking the grave of Freemasons after the unification of the ‘Modern’ and ‘Antient’ Grand Lodges in 1813, and was adopted as the official public symbol of the new United Grand Lodge.

The theme of immortality within Freemasonry is represented by a further array of symbolism. The symbolism of the snake which is also used in the Knights Templar ritual alongside the skull and crossbones, is also used as a representation of life and resurrection. The snake swallowing its own tail symbolises eternity within Freemasonry and can been seen as a stylised symbol of infinity.

The sprig of Acacia, which is used as a symbol in the third degree, also represents immortality.1 The Acacia tree supposedly grew on the grave of Hiram Abbif and could be seen as a continuation of the life cycle, his death giving life to the tree. The Ark of the Covenant and the Alter of the Tabernacle, both of which resided in Solomon’s Temple, were both, according to legend, made of Acacia wood, as was Christ’s crown of thorns, and also the cross on which he was crucified, which represents the Christian belief in the Resurrection.2

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Thank you, interesting stuff!
The resurrection of Christ is bogus of course.
Books lie. Especially that part has been tampered with.

We´re all Christ seed in a way.
It is the path of initiation.
The development of Love.
It is in every culture, so other cultures give it different names.

They too have "Pharizees" etc.
and on goes the insanity...
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They worship the Goddess.
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the secret of freemasonry is they do whatever they're told to after they're done deciding things in the synagogue
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according to Louis Lefebvre (I Pet Goat creator) this song is about Osiris & Isis & also the afterlife & immortality.
it was written by Gerard McMann (G Tom Mac) for a well known vampire movie although he said the song is not about vampires. The only connection being that vampires (mythical) are suppose to be immortal.
Most of the song is about Osiris receiving magical help from his wife & sister (Isis) to help his spirit ascend into the afterlife which is a place called Shangri-La where he will become immortal & rule forever for all the other souls who are able to ascend there.
His other sister Nephthys also helps Isis & Osiris.
Osiris, Isis, & Nephthys were all Egyptian Gods. Not vampires.
The Movie which was called "The Lost Boys" is about vampires. not about the Egyptian Gods.

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Freemasonry’s Secret Science of Symbolism: Resurrection, Immortality, and the Secret Elixir

BY DR DAVID HARRISON

It was during its transitional phase of the early nineteenth century that Freemasonry began to change its public symbolism. During the eighteenth century, the skull and crossbones were used to mark the grave of a Freemason, the symbol being recognised by fellow Freemasons as the resting-place of a Master Mason. Though the skull and crossbones can be interpreted as a symbol of mortality, the use of the symbol on the figurative grave in the third degree ‘raising’ ceremony symbolises immortality, with the Master Mason being symbolically resurrected.

The symbolism on Masonic tombstones began to change in the early 1800’s, and the traditional and somewhat terrifying skull and crossbones, was replaced by the much more ‘modern’ square and compass. This more scientific and modern symbol began appearing on many headstones marking the grave of Freemasons after the unification of the ‘Modern’ and ‘Antient’ Grand Lodges in 1813, and was adopted as the official public symbol of the new United Grand Lodge.

The theme of immortality within Freemasonry is represented by a further array of symbolism. The symbolism of the snake which is also used in the Knights Templar ritual alongside the skull and crossbones, is also used as a representation of life and resurrection. The snake swallowing its own tail symbolises eternity within Freemasonry and can been seen as a stylised symbol of infinity.

The sprig of Acacia, which is used as a symbol in the third degree, also represents immortality.1 The Acacia tree supposedly grew on the grave of Hiram Abbif and could be seen as a continuation of the life cycle, his death giving life to the tree. The Ark of the Covenant and the Alter of the Tabernacle, both of which resided in Solomon’s Temple, were both, according to legend, made of Acacia wood, as was Christ’s crown of thorns, and also the cross on which he was crucified, which represents the Christian belief in the Resurrection.2

Continue to read:
[link to www.newdawnmagazine.com (secure)]

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the secret of freemasonry is they do whatever they're told to after they're done deciding things in the synagogue
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