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The Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia of History, Rites, Symbolism, and Biography. The nineteenth-century writer and Masonic scholar Kenneth R.H. Mackenzie.
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The worship both the man's penis and the woman's vulva. In reading their explanations for these symbols, you should be amazed at the creativity they demonstrate in assigning sexual connotations to many of their symbols. Freemasons do this very thing; however, they differ from the Satanist in that they hide much of the sexual content in many of their symbols. If you will remember, Carl Claudy was quoted on a previous page, he says that Masonry has layers upon layers of meanings for the very same symbol, and you have to just keep digging until you get them all.
Sexual connotations have been assigned to many of the symbols that are most commonly used in the Fraternity, and for which other, meanings [completely non-sexual] have been taught to the lower level Mason. The initiate is told that this letter stands for "God" and for "Geometry," which the Supreme Architect of the Universe used to design the universe.
However, Arthur Waite, Occultist and 33rd Degree Mason quotes Eliphas Levi who is also a 33rd Degree, tells us that the letter "G" stands for Venus, and that Venus' symbol is a lingam, a stylized phallis.
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Their sexual union produces the Triad [ 3], which is "represented by the letter 'G', the generative principle. It contains many levels of meanings. The initiate is told that the broken column signifies an early death. The Mason learns later on that columns represent gods. The broken column is the missing member of Osiris, the Phallus. Isis is the consort of Lucifer. Isis just lost her husband Osiris , that is the reason why she is weeping. Osiris' body was dismembered, including his penis, which had been cut into many sections. The bottom of the column shows the phallic upright column inserted into the circular base, which is the symbol of the female vulva.
The column is broken, of course, to symbolize the belief that Osiris' penis had been cut into many sections. But Albert Mackey, 33 Degree Masonic author, states that the regular column is a phallus symbol.
It was represented 3. Another Masonic author states that this symbol is used in Sun Worship, and then says: "The female principle, symbolized by the moon, assumed the form of a lunette [small circular opening], or crescent, while the male principle, symbolized by the sun, assumed the form of the lingam [Phallus] and placed himself erect in the center of the lunette, like the mast of a ship.
Satanists love to use the "Eight-Step Path of Enlightenment. The final step which is the eighth step, is the Sex Act. Notice that the very center of this symbol is a very small circle. This symbol is the ultimate female sexual representation. Probably the most famous of all obelisks in the world, is the Washington Monument. It is believed that the spirit of the Egyptian Sun God, Ra, resides within the obelisk, and they pray to it three times daily, if possible, and facing East.
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The obelisk is the most recognized of all phallic symbols. The sex act between male and female is represented by an obelisk within a circle. The Washington Monument sits within a circle. Freemasonry planned, designed, and created the Washington Monument. Croker, Memorial of the Rev. Henry William Ducachet , M. Philadelphia: H. Ashmead, Faggionato , Raffaela.
Springer, In fact the democratic behavior, the critical attitude, the practice of participation, the freedom of thought, the tolerance for the diversity, the search for a direct communication with the divinity, in short all the attitudes and behaviors first practiced inside the 18th century lodges constituted a cultural experience which spread throughout the entire society. Farmer , Peter. Orator Henley.
Revolution and Freemasonry. Fellows , John. Ferguson , Charles W.obywequcabif.ga
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Three Centuries of Freemasonry in New Hampshire. Edited by Enzo Serafini. With biographical dictionary compiled by Gerald D. Foss and Woodbury S. Augusta, ME: A. Sutton; Dover, NH: Dist. Berwick Pub. Fox , William L. AR: Univ. Scottish Rite Supreme Council, Franco , Barbara.