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Albert Pike - Morals And Dogma

Albert Pike Freemason and Luciferian

Albert Pike - Morals And

MORALS and DOGMA by ALBERT PIKE Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry , prepared for the Supreme Council of the Thirty Third Degree for the Southern Jurisdiction of the United States: Charleston, 1871. LUCIFER, the Light-bearer! Strange and mysterious name to give to the Spirit of Darknesss! Lucifer, the Son of the Morning! Is it he who bears the Light, and with its splendors intolerable blinds feeble, sensual or selfish Souls ? Doubt it not! MORALS and DOGMA by ALBERT PIKE SHORT BIOGRAPHY TITLES OF DEGREES 1º - Apprentice 2º - Fellow-craft 3º - Master 4º - Secret Master 5º - Perfect Master

  • Page 2 and 3: 6º - Intimate Secretary 7º - Prov
  • Page 4 and 5: with Pike's revision of the Scottis
  • Page 6 and 7: crystal. They have the brute force
  • Page 8 and 9: predestined, it is not the less our
  • Page 10 and 11: The ancients counted seven planets,
  • Page 12 and 13: oof, and representing the Universe)
  • Page 14 and 15: * * * * * * Masonry has its decalog
  • Page 16: thought to the thirsty lips of men;
  • Page 19 and 20: Christianity taught the doctrine of
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  • Page 23 and 24: abashed before it. Its single Yea o
  • Page 25 and 26: And the maxim is no less true than
  • Page 27 and 28: not truths for eternity; that whate
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  • Page 31 and 32: together here, in communion and con
  • Page 33 and 34: without descending to low arts and
  • Page 35 and 36: A chosen man has a visible trust fr
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  • Page 39 and 40: were the four winds of the heavens,
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  • Page 44 and 45: which have no aspirations Heavenwar
  • Page 46 and 47: most obsequiously when in actual so
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    trace of the latter part of the nam

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    Uzza, which Mohammed destroyed. It

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    Sallust said that after a State has

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    the tornado, and giving birth to th

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    y this necessity to govern, as the

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    God, he said again, is the Supreme

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    organization of matter, of the chem

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    forced to disguise it, to induce th

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    MORALS and DOGMA by ALBERT PIKE Mor

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    Secrecy is indispensable in a Mason

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    Fraternity. Masonry is useful to al

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    In intercourse with others, do not

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    eputation. If we think the people w

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    there in peace and comfort, held by

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    unerring characters, mixed with the

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    indignation; but that indignation m

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    your own faults; and to endeavour t

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    It a serious thing to defame and be

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    hope in its death; and eternity in

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    our brother. This is the rule of ou

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    sacrifice a certain indulgence, to

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    that best possession, peace; if he

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    may the Grand Architect of the Univ

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    But Masonry teaches, and has preser

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    investing the God of Love with the

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    Listen to these maxims from the Hav

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    most worthy of our rational nature;

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    aggregate of many contributions and

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    enabled to have steady work at fair

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    of ease, nor an amphitheatre for ga

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    virtue; to respect innocence; to be

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    Heaven, and thus is led directly to

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    very different are the aspects whic

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    darkness, and ruin. If we could cut

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    it with sad and mournful procession

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    XIII. ROYAL ARCH OF SOLOMON. WHETHE

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    he repented of the evil that he had

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    The legend of this Degree is thus,

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    they are intruders and n t welcome,

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    away from thine ear! Build not the

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    eligious truth, and the practice of

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    ceptions of the nineteenth century

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    into his mind a sense of his relati

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    should be our inspiring thought. Se

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    Present, and develops the higher po

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    planets; and each one was a microco

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    head, often they beat him back and

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    XVI. PRINCE OF JERUSALEM. We no lon

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    our church-going, and our book-read

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    and Accepted Scottish Rite; and the

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    Pastoral letters, a warrant for doi

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    y His LOGOS, which is His speech, a

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    Thought (Ennoia), or Spirit (Pneuma

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    Ferouer, a pre-existing Soul (in th

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    derived from that of the Parsees, o

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    and Christ silenced the Priests and

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    in authority, "because no one obtai

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    Creator in the Zend-Avesta and the

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    ed down from Heaven." Philo speaks

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    Lion, the Bear, the Serpent, the Ea

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    do it, by an Emanation from Himself

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    y Superstition, united together aga

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    He is Brahma; and not these perisha

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    ciple, proceeding from the Supreme

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    the letter of Scripture--those, in

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    Marcion, the Gnostic, said, "The So

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    When this Degree had its origin, it

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    signo victor eris." An inscription

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    with the blood, and fattened on the

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    and the insensibility to shame, of

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    vanity and self-conceit; and above

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    had elapsed before the Deity began

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    two huge columns of bronze, one of

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    around him. To be free to do good,

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    Paraihs of the world. The first sen

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    MORALS and DOGMA by ALBERT PIKE Mor

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    and build other pyramids, a little

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    Miltiades was fortunate that he was

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    stony stems of encrinites sunk into

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    matic dogmas of the Kabalah, and th

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    HERMES on a Stone, and known under

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    Some of these titles we retain;but

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    and evil. To teach us wisdom, and t

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    them the rigor of Masonic law. The

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    making one man think worse of anoth

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    high, for the gaze of the world, an

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    PRINCE OF LIBANUS. SYMPATHY with th

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    Let him who toils complain not, nor

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    There are reasons why a Mason may l

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    overwhelmed by her own vices more t

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    The Mysteries of Eleusis, celebrate

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    among the scruple and intelligible,

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    winnow ; the fire, signified by the

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    Mysteries after Diocletian abdicate

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    led them, despite the complicated a

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    writers drew from this source: but

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    and brought his brethren back, and

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    MORALS and DOGMA by ALBERT PIKE Mor

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    and evil life were purged away by f

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    Dog-Star, the friend and counselor

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    agreeable, but drew from the ceremo

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    Mysteries themselves, Tantalus and

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    severe ; and the suspense, above al

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    have completed, may through her Pro

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    their country, who had surrendered

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    outer court of the sacred enclosure

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    The object of the ancient initiatio

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    Orpheus, author of the Grecian Myst

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    out of the profound dejection in wh

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    God was lamented, and his resurrect

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    Degree of the American Rite, the Ta

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    Then followed a chest or ark, magni

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    organize it. These mystical ideas n

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    Samothrace. So in Argos, Phocis, Ar

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    eflect, in solitude and darkness, o

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    Persians built no temples ; but wor

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    asylum for the unfortunates and a s

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    scene, of initiation. If he decline

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    glittering lightning and the crashe

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    MORALS and DOGMA by ALBERT PIKE Mor

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    ordinarily called the Gates of the

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    Latins: and it would probably preva

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    Man, enveloped by the thick darknes

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    assumed arbitrary and fanciful name

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    Bull, the Lion, the Man (Aquarius)

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    from Cancer. from Libra. from Capri

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    they have been observed for signs a

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    eating fish, out of dread and abhor

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    millet (which grain, represented by

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    on the shore of the sea. Sagittariu

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    nations, and in some cases by the s

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    lowest at the Winter Solstice, and

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    Virgo; Venus, Taurus and Libra; Mar

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    the Magian Egg of ORMUZD, from whic

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    the Good Principle, in the theology

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    world from which come earthquakes,

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    Then Isis went in search of the bod

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    MORALS and DOGMA by ALBERT PIKE 26

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    little sugar, a little fibrin, a li

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    only that if some single law enacte

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    Ans.·. That which God made with No

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    tract or positive law; capable also

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    of another life, testified by all c

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    forgive those that despitefully use

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    ]. one day admit them, in the fulln

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    over by silence, lest it should ras

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    other two. Thus we have the Triad o

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    National Temple, dedicated to the t

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    Dikarosunë]; from whom emanated ot

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    .. Pneuma Hulikon), are Satan, mali

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    Phös, and Pneuma]. St. John, at th

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    The [Gnosis] of Carpocrates and his

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    and the ages. According to the Chur

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    the evil spirits, it passes through

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    of the soul. It does not need to go

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    not a Thing; but a Power and Force.

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    Light, Fire, and Water; the Buddhis

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    The Press is the great sower of fal

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    MORALS and DOGMA by ALBERT PIKE Mor

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    Qu.'. What is the most majestic num

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    and YANG, or repose and motion, hav

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    hieroglyphic the nwnber 5. Moreover

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    The second reproduces this line dou

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    2d. Notwithstanding the death of th

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    we hope that you have noted and not

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    high places, nobleness in poverty o

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    Rites, creeds, and legends express,

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    naturally struck every thinking man

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    The ancient astrologers divided the

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    Pythagoras learned from Zarastha, a

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    activity, and circulated in all its

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    Qu.'. What do you mean by the numbe

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    chemical principles: these things u

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    Three, four, ten, and twelve were s

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    the initial of the verb I live; and

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    27^2 = 729 X 729 = 18 = 9 18^2 = 32

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    those Masons who labored at the bui

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    The real atheist must deny the exis

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    "Was that Supreme Deity active or q

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    The eternal aspiration of the relig

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    parts or causes figured by the herm

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    Light was the first Divinity worshi

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    malevolent Signs and Evil Genii; an

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    MORALS and DOGMA by ALBERT PIKE Mor

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    they contain in the bosoms, live on

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    Cosma, the Monk, believed that ever

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    attempting to put a construction on

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    "beginning" became more easily conc

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    intelligence, is pre-eminently poss

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    united." "From the first Of Days on

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    Evil with the perfect and undeniabl

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    All-Sovereign Will of God with the

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    which he desires to make eternally

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    Ignorance sees nothing necessary, a

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    more profound secret of its meaning

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    Bakhe! Io Bakhe ! Io Bakhe ! Bunsen

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    True, the Beautiful, and Good are n

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    world, it is false, or the world is

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    eturns it to them surrounded with l

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    To science we owe it that no man is

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    therein; even then, and ever since,

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    Suffering is not the worst conditio

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    that His teachings are far nobler,

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    good. Beyond that there is no answe

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    Object, the Good: his law, virtue,

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    The vowels in the Greek language ar

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    disciples of Hermes alone. Resortin

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    No religion is supported by stronge

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    The domain of man is all corporeal

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    It is true that, in one sense, we c

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    philosophy, the Initiate will find

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    the Divine Nature, of the Substance

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    But after He created this Idea [thi

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    The Light so forth-shown from the D

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    Wherefore HE directed the letter Yo

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    These numerations or Sephiroths are

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    Kether; so giving it the faculty to

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    capacity. This generative Power, th

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    incorporeal Spaces which, in themse

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    included in Yod wherefore it is cal

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    essentially involved in the result.

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    ecognized; stability and movement,

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    Like all the Mysteries of Magism, t

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    So that the Great Work is more than

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    key of their allegories, the single

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    substances are composed of combinat

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    "The Cross within the Circle, the L

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    and common; the other, mystic and s

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    "The most potent of the names of De

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    same meaning. The "elementary fire,

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    The IDRA RABBA, or Synodus Magna, o

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    which was the cause of their dying

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    The word Amas, is composed of the i

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    MORALS and DOGMA by ALBERT PIKE Mor

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    Peace is nigh Where Wisdom's voice

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    saloon, the Convents than the build

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    in the place of the Divine. Destruc

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    The sick man started in his bed The

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    and has its Sanctuaries and Asyla e

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    doctrines, one concealed and reserv

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    "The end of the drama is well known

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    Rite called the Egyptian, and endea

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    having ever been among all nations

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    atmosphere, as the hawk has to ply

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    imaginary offenses against a forged

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    one man and many men must be sacrif

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    himself to do for him what the theo

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    complete the figure by the experien

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    cultivated also by Geber, Alfarabiu

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    Thus there is an Absolute, in the m

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    Until now, Humanity has been endeav

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    like all created by God and less th

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    the dogma, the Light made Shadow, a

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    y the Ancients supposed to be, a pl

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    the individual Soul are distinct :"

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    means or the votes of brutal ignora

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    The philosophical Degrees have taug

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    of Countries, says, of men, that "i

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    equilibrium we can, through Faith,

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    And as in each Triangle of Perfecti

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