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Freemasonry > Ethics of Sacrifice. The degrees on the «Path of Service»
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Freemasonry«…what is the highest degree of service which an initiate can devote himself to? »

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Esotericism_Reading > Considerations on the mysticism of essence and on the Carmelite mysticism
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Esotericism ReadingWhen we talk about Christian mysticism we must first of all draw a distinction. There are two different issues: one is the ‘mysticism of essence’, the Rhine-Flemish mysticism founded on the deep integration of the divine inside the soul. Another issue is the so-called ‘mysticism of feeling’, where the divine You is considered in a nuptial relation with the soul...

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Art&Esotericism > The sense of vision in the hermetic poetry of William Blake
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Art & EsotericismUntil not long ago, William Blake was considered a great visionary poet as well as an eccentric rebel. Literary critics agreed in finding in his poetry the thread that joined him to the great English romantic poets such as Byron, Shelley and Keats; this made Blake a pre-romantic forerunner or even one of the first exponents of this current. After all, it was a time when poets started a journey that would lead to the enclosure of the Ego in one’s own inner lyricism. A nonconformist lifestyle and the paroxysm of certain visions didn’t stir any sensation; emphasis was normality and the reflection of the spirit of the time, surely not an exception. Nevertheless, in the twentieth century a parallel – rather than alternative - interpretation started developing; it saw in the Blakean poetry not only the germs of the ‘poetizing self’ that would flourish in the nineteenth century, but also a reference to suggestions belonging to the world of arcane.

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Alchemy > The Grail of the Alchemist and the speculative Worker
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AlchemyThe spiritual Alchemist and the speculative Worker have a postulate in common. The former calls it: ‘the transmutation of metals’ (to purify one’s character); the latter calls it: ‘the smoothing of the stone’ (to sublimate one’s character). This means to use different ‘instruments’ in order to reach the same goal.

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Freemasonry > ThreeMagisterialArts Ars Muratoria, Ars Regia and Ars pontificia
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FreemasonrySince ancient times, building ‘immaterial bridges’ has been the fundament of mysteric science, which finds its highest expression in hiero-inspiration. The term Hierophant comes from this; it indicates the initiator that became ‘bridge’ and transmitted to the postulant the ‘knowledge’ of which he was the ‘Chalice’. Holy inspiration was a prerogative of Hierophants; it consists of receiving ideas from the ‘divine’ plane. Plato called this dimension ‘hyperuranium’ (plane of archetypical ideas).

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Quattuor_Coronati > Etymology of the titles in the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite
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Quattuor CoronatiA quick reference to check the origins of titles used by Freemasonry.

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Freemasonry > Lost_Sacralization The lost Sacralization – Part 5
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FreemasonryThe Chain of U.nion is the physical realization of the will for cohesion, produced by the attracting energy of a Group of men and women that exists and lives independently from its qualities. If the Group lacks the attracting force of the central nucleus, the will for cohesion ends; the composts crumble and separate. If the phenomenon refers to the human body, it corresponds to death. Therefore the attracting force of a Group must be continuously strengthened with ability, method and care.

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Freemasonry > Lost_Sacralization The Lost Sacralization – Part 3
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FreemasonryThe dry Path and the humid Path, symbols of hermeticism - The system where supremacy of power and physical strength were paramount set a strange scale of values. Putting the hidden extraordinariness of the inner virtues of man below the formidable ordinariness of the domineering classes’ culture has materialistically and exoterically affected the lesser interpretation of many allegories and symbols. The esoteric allegory on the Dry and Humid Path as well has been interpreted in a minor key. It has been reduced to a literal and physiologic key, where the most appreciated value was the physical attribute of the interpreter of the psycho-drama.

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Freemasonry > Lost_Sacralization The lost Sacralization – Part 4
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FreemasonryBig groups of profane culture unrelated to the technical and scientific field use an imprecise terminology that leads to confusion. Esotericism tries and respects the originality and the characteristics of each reality it gets in relation with, by taking care of the property of words and the exactness of meanings. Esotericism is a method of research used to distinguish the different aspects of abstract concepts such as appearance and essence, viz. interior or exterior, active or passive.

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Freemasonry > Lost_Sacralization The Lost Sacralization – Part 6
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FreemasonryThe keystone of every structure, even profane ones, is the ideal at the center of it; this ideal is usually resumed in a motto or in the synthesis of a word. Many imaginary thoughts took a utopian form. Some of them remained on a level of abstraction and became ideals; others materialized in a project. Every human project is utopia to start with; the person who perceives it has to turn it into reality. Only inability, inconsistency or carelessness allow utopia to remain an ideal or unrealized form.

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