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Alchemy_of_Fire > Dangers of devotion
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Alchemy of FireThe devotional aspect has stopped many aspirants from reaching valuable goals on the initiatory way. Many books published are not the work of Masters but a result of devotion. A Master doesn’t consider devotion as a virtue; on the contrary he values a strong sense of discipline (from which the word ‘disciple’ comes from), courage (in the continuous change), determination (in applying the method) and intelligence (‘intelligere’ is to look for the sense of every word, concept and teaching, without stopping at the literal sense).

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Freemasonry > Church and Freemasonry. The secret thread
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FreemasonryThe Holy Roman Church bases its principles on roots shared by two other monotheistic religions deriving from Abraham’s Tribe: Hebraism, the oldest, and Islam. The ritual and symbolic origins of ancient pagan catechisms contribute to make its primacy even less absolute. Articles of faith, though, belong to the religious field and not to laic research. The only exception is the secret thread that connects Church and Freemasonry. The meanings of symbols and allegories are secret, too.

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Freemasonry > Towards inner transmutation
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FreemasonryA fundamental principle of secret Doctrines is that part of the conscience remains in the material impermanence because it is reflected in the divine image. The will to be aware again of this spiritual reflection is the premise to the operation of inner mutation called ‘Initiation’.

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Question&Answer > Education and growth
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Question & AnswerI think…that the true esotericist searches by himself and for himself. The true initiate knows well that no ‘earthly’ answers can be ‘conclusive’. …I am my only master and I don’t acknowledge any others. Freemasonry is a solitary, egoistic and personal path, free from dogmas; therefore nobody has anything to teach to anybody. Is it possible that the Master must be killed to let the value of his teaching live?

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Question&Answer > The supreme paradox of the initiatory path
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Question & Answer… it is what I call ‘to become king of oneself’, to be in the universal balance up to the point of seeing by oneself the ‘Law’, becoming accuser, judge, gaoler and even executioner of oneself if necessary, with mercy as well as equity. Only this represents the true dimension of a free Man and only a free man has ‘freedom’ of choice. But it is a long road and not for many.

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Question&Answer > The metastases of counter-initiation
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Question & AnswerThe color black, chaos, life…the path starts from its death… but isn’t black the start of the work?

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Question&Answer > Wolves disguised as lambs
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Question & AnswerSo, who sees the true Light? The pure at heart, I would say. Of course we all think we belong to this category. Or don’t we?

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Question&Answer > ‘There isn’t a better Christian than the Languedoc Christian’
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Question & AnswerI think that ‘Christ’ is a universal symbol, an operative model; can each of us be ‘a Christ’?

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Esotericism_Reading > Nocturnal and diurnal Man
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Esotericism Reading‘How easy is it that a very experienced Brother decides to dedicate to himself, instead of bearing the weight of common burdens?’ Before answering I think it is fair to wonder how a common mind can imagine the thoughts of someone with an uncommon mind. To guess the thoughts of ‘a very experienced Brother’ means to be like him or very close to him. Unless it is a matter of logic and deduction.

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Freemasonry > Silent Sounds and Names
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FreemasonryNeophytes believe that esotericism is a subject to be studied. In actual fact it is first of all a method of enquiry that uses old ‘memories’ to reach the deep meanings of every initiatory proposition. The main key for every proposition is the meaning of numbers, which is overcome, though, by the sonorous interpretation. There isn’t any conflict in this statement, since the knowledge of harmonics (sonorous notes) originates from the interpretation of numbers and geometric relationships that define the inner space of every form.

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