Franc-maçonnerie Freemasonry 1
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Διὸ ἀναζωσάμενοι τὰς ὀσφύας τῆς διανοίας ὑμῶν : “Gird Up the Loins of Your Mind” - A Refutation of a Popularized Atheist Credo Against Christians Kerry A. Shirts, MM, 32°, CM, RAM, KT Ritualist/Education Officer Eagle Rock Lodge # 19 Idaho Falls, Idaho
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The Church, through its Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, has formally declared that Catholics who enroll in Masonic associations are in a state of grave sin and may not receive Holy Communion. This declaration , which is the most recent teaching of the Church, has affirmed nearly 300 years of papal pronouncements against Freemasonry on the grounds that the teachings of the Lodge are contrary to Catholic faith and morals. The Church’s declaration on Freemasonry exposes Catholic Masons to a number of penalties under canon law. For example, a Catholic who is aware that the Church authoritatively judges membership in Freemasonry to be gravely sinful must not approach Holy Communion (c. 916).
Merci Marcel ! Quelle magnifique éclaircie lors de l’allumage de notre traditionnelle fête de Saint Jean, après des trombes d’eau toute la journée. Un dais d’azur parsemé d’étoiles s’est invité. Cela augure certainement d’une prochaine année maçonnique heureuse. Le cadre …magnifique : un vieux moulin à eau en guise d’écrin, au milieu d’une chênaie centenaire et de noyers qui nous ont ravis de l’exquis parfum de leurs fruits délicieux lors du repas. Il faut dire que le tracé de l’étoile fut réalisé de main de maître, au cordeau s’il vous plaît !
WM - (*) Brethren, the Lodge has been especially convened at this time for the purpose of conferring the Entered Apprentice degree. Mr. A.B., who has been duly elected to receive the degrees conferred in this Lodge, is in waiting to be initiated and Entered Apprentice. If there is no objection, I will confer the degree upon him. Is there objection?
This website began when Dr Robert Lomas of the University's School of Management , decided to create an electronic database of the Masonic material held in many of the University's Special Collections as part of his on-going research into the cultural origin of scientific ideas. As other material has been donated to this work it has been added to the archive. None of the rituals and statutes recorded in the data are currently in use. It is in effect a scrap heap of discarded ritual and belief. But just as an archaeologist can search through ancient midden heaps and in doing so discover a lot of information about the people who dumped the rubbish, so this archive gives valuable insight into the cultural contributions of Freemasonry. Whilst researching the book Turning the Hiram Key Dr Lomas obtained copies of out-of-copyright published material by the Masonic writer Walter Leslie Wilmshurst and transposed them into web-format.
Brother Thomas Worrel is more explicit than Pike about how cabalistic numerology is employed in practical terms as a cryptic technique, and cites another eminent Freemason in his exposition (8) : Gematria is basically exploring the inner meaning of mystical writings and scriptures by use of numerology. The way it is used is by interchanging letters of special names, phrases, and passages with their numerical equivalent. This is only done with the ancient languages of Hebrew, Greek, Latin, and Arabic.
Collected here are some great works of literature that are either related to Freemasonry or worthy of study by a Mason. Below you will find references and links to books that are online, either in this website or someone's website. Masonic Books : Here you will find books that are part of this website. Non-Masonic Books : Non-masonic books located at this site although it can be utilized as reference as it has to do informally with Masonry.
Aristote a dit : "Les gens ont soif de la connaissance". La Franc-Maçonnerie a toujours été, avant tout , une organisation regroupant des individus ayant en commun plusieurs besoins simples dont le principal est la connaissance. Cette connaissance spirituelle se résume par une phrase claire énoncée par Socrate : "CONNAIS-TOI TOI-MÊME".
Ce groupe traite du rôle et de la contribution de la franc-maçonnerie aux affaires internationales. Ouvert aux franc-maçons travaillant dans les organisations internationales, gouvernementales, ONGs, multinationales, ambassades, ministères, ou simplement intéressé par les questions internationales, cet outil vise à renforcer la solidarité maçonnique. Les sujets d’échange : tout aspect des affaires internationales, liés ou non à la maçonnerie. Le but est d’unir idées, pensées, opinions pouvant contribuer à l’amélioration de l’action des maçons dans la coopération internationale. Objectifs: 1.