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MysteriesOfBuilders > UniversalFreemasonry The symbolic universes
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Mysteries of the BuildersThe Mysteries of the Masons /4

According to the sephirothic mysticism every universe of conscience is the extension of the first sephiroth, Kether, which pours out its own vital essence to the lower levels, until Malkuth is created, which is the "earthly exile" of the spiritual conscience. Nevertheless, the materialized conscience preserves part of the primitive sensitiveness. So much that gets the impulse to go back to the first emanation, Kether, and re-join its own main identity.

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MysteriesOfBuilders > UniversalFreemasonry The mysticism of the Sephirothic Tree
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Mysteries of the BuildersThe Mysteries of the Masons /3

The Tree of Life is the methaphor of the "fall" of the divine spirit in the material world (see the vision that God gave to Jacob, of the ladder where angelic entities were descending on earth and ascending to heaven).

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MysteriesOfBuilders > UniversalFreemasonry The invisible geometries of the cathedrals
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Mysteries of the BuildersThe Mysteries of the Masons /2

The first "invisible message" from the Cathedrals is given by the invisible geometries of their pediment.

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MysteriesOfBuilders > UniversalFreemasonry The Great "Books of Stone"
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Mysteries of the BuildersThe Mysteries of the Masons /1

The author illustrates the link (bridge) between the invisible geometries of Cathedrals and the “Royal Secret” of the Master Masons. This is an “initiatory Secret” that once again backs up the spiritual identity of mankind. This essay focuses on the ideas of the Master Masons, architects and initiated who conceived the meaning of the shapes of the Temples, distinguishing them from the mythologies of their labourers. In this way they separated the initiatory essence of the Builders of the great stone products from the imaginary of the people who manually constructed them.

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Freemasonry > UniversalFreemasonry Esotericism of the 4 Journeys in the Masonic Initiation
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The “journey” is the metaphor of a way to the “search” for truth or sacredness. The “journey” is always accompanied by two other symbols: the first is the walk, path or way; the second is the traveller or pilgrim. The journey can be exoteric or esoteric and the difference between them is perfectly clear. In the exoteric journey the pilgrim physically moves from one place to another with the aim of seeing, touching or pounding tangibly the material representation of his own ideal. Whereas in the esoteric journey the traveller doesn’t physically move but pushes himself towards perfection or consecration. He remains in the same place because it’s not his body which needs to move but his conscience, his mind and his spirit. This is the meaning of the “initiatory journey” that, on the contrary of the profane journey, occurs completely inside the Noble Traveller.

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Freemasonry > ThreeMagisterialArts The two faces of Masonry
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FreemasonryWhy isn’t the true initiate scared of death? Why doesn’t he acknowledge its irreversibility? Because through three initiatory Arts, Ars Muratoria, Ars Regia and Ars Pontificia, the adept reaches and understands the immortal spirit of his interior aspects.

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Freemasonry > UniversalFreemasonry The Revelation of Initiatory Mysteries
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FreemasonryEsoterism often regards mysteries and secrets of different nature which are unveiled or re-veiled (veiled twice). Amongst these we find Greater and Lesser mysteries. We know that the «lesser mysteries» are the fundaments of initiatory culture and they are handed down in the shape of knowledge or esoteric precepts through several teaching formulas. Little is said, on the contrary, about the Greater Mysteries and it is not clear how they are handed down. In this essay we try to clarify it and to point out what they are referred to.

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Freemasonry > UniversalFreemasonry Knowing the states of crisis
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FreemasonryDuring the long journey of life we have to face several states of crisis. The most distressing ones are those of the "pain of life" and the "struggle for existence". This essay deals with the evolution of the inner growth through the phenomenon so called " state of crisis". We point out the conscientious mechanisms of acceptance or refusal to change oneself, starting from the cosmogonic perspective that reflects on the man’s dimension. We try and suggest how to consciously decide of your own destiny.

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Question&Answer > UniversalFreemasonry Questions about Freemasonry
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Question & AnswerEven though a number of questions about Freemasonry have already been debated, they deserve to be examined more in depth...

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Freemasonry > UniversalFreemasonry The ritual Laver (the sacred Washing)
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FreemasonryIs there a way to “purify oneself” from the blemish of sins? There is, according to western mystic and mysteriosophical traditions. In oriental tradition, as well, it is possible to ‘wash’ the chakras from the karmic negativeness. Of course methods vary from a current of thought to another, because of their cultural difference, religious views and intimistic tendency. In spite of all, though, it’s easy to distinguish between the various exoteric methods (external and symbolic) and the esoteric one (inner and effective). This essay outlines the two methods of the “ritual laver”(sacred washing). The former is an exoteric baptism which can be repeated every time it is necessary. Therefore every day and also many times a day. It uses the water element to encourage an induced visualisation to ‘purify’ the energetic centres of the astral body. The latter is an initiatory baptism. In this the Adept uses the catalyzing power of the fire element to induce a direct visualisation which, through the use of inner light, burns the dross of the ethereal body.

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