Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite by Albert Pike

By Albert Pike

This is often Albert Pikes' 861 web page quantity of 'lectures' at the esoteric roots of Freemasonry, in particular the 32-degree Scottish ceremony. until eventually 1964, this publication used to be given to each Mason finishing the 14th measure within the Southern jurisdiction of the united states Scottish ceremony Freemasons. Masonic lectures are typical oral displays given in the course of initiation to a brand new measure. Lectures supply heritage fabric for initiates and the speak about tasks of the measure typically phrases.

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Even the Hebrew Theism became involved in symbolism and image-worship, borrowed probably from an older creed and remote regions of Asia,-the worship of the Great Semitic Nature-God AL or ELS and its symbolical representations of JEHOVA Himself were not even confined to poetical or illustrative language. The priests were monotheists: the people idolaters. There are dangers inseparable from symbolism, which afford an impressive lesson in regard to the similar risks attendant on the use of language.

There is but one copy, and Time wears even that. To write on skins or papyrus was to give, as it were, but one tardy edition, and the rich only could procure it. The Chinese stereotyped not only the unchanging wisdom of oid sages, but also the passing events. The process tended to suffocate thought, and to hinder progress; for there is continual wandering in the wisest minds, and Truth writes her last words, not on clean tablets, but on the scrawl that Error has made and often mended. Printing made the movable letters prolific.

To heal a house," is a common phrase in Sussex; and in the west of England, he that covers a house with slates is called a Healer. Wherefore, to "heal" means the same thing as to "tile,"--itself symbolic, as meaning, primarily, to cover a house with tiles,--and means to cover, hide, or conceal. Thus language too is symbolism, and words are as much misunderstood and misused as more material symbols are. Symbolism tended continually to become more complicated; and all the powers of Heaven were reproduced on earth, until a web of fiction and allegory was woven, partly by art and partly by the ignorance of error, which the wit of man, with his limited means of explanation, will never unravel.

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