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UniversalFreemasonry: The science of empty spaces
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The science of empty spaces

Dear Andrea,
It wasn’t my intention to exceed the limits that let a ML easily run on. But, after thinking so much over, your admirable attention to the matter makes me take responsibility and answer your researcher’s seriousness. That’s because, as you know, giving an answer to people knocking “in the right way” is the Golden Rule of initiatory Duties.

But before having any answer, you must pass from exoteric to esoteric observation. This means that what is “commonly invisible” must be made “visible”.
As you already guessed, this actually comes from a different way to “see”. I can assure you it’s not a metaphor.

The real difference between these two visions, often seeming coincident, is that exoteric (sensitive) vision is “struck by filled spaces”, while esoteric (mental) vision “is able to understand the symmetries of empty spaces”.
In other words, exoteric vision will understand the concept of a door through its wall-cutting frame and its opening and closing leaves. The esoteric one, on the contrary, will conceive it in the empty space, because it’s the empty space to be actually the door, not the frame or the leaves.

Now here’s our first little lesson: initiatory reality tells the “art of filled space” from the “science of empty space” (the science of Harmonic and sacred geometry belong to the second kind). This “distinction” starts from physical circles and reaches the highest levels of mental conscience (through Zen, Zazen and visualization art).

Seeing and not only looking (like we often did together) at a Cathedral (in this case in Orvieto) through the initiatory science of empty space, has always stirred up wonder and astonishment in companions. They “clearly” recognized inside it all mysteriosophic and mystical theories they just read on paper before.

But yet those notions were there, invisibly visible in the architectural and decorative filled spaces of walls. It’s the art of Masters Builders, the initiates who outlined their lessons before uninitiated’s very “dull eyes”.
If you like or appreciate what I’m saying and you want to go on like this, please write me in private. We’ll go deeply into the second lesson about the observation of empty spaces.

Congratulations again on your very uncommon ability and application. Even if not walking the right way, it has to be praised.

Esonet Editorial Staff



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