“There’s something bad going on… Believe me!”

I had a flash of light the other day, thinking about things Donald Trump said in the wake of the tragedy in Orlando. One of the the things he said was “There’s something bad going on… Believe me!” He also said if we don’t do something about it now, one day we won’t have a … Continue reading

Back to The Future Predicts 9/11- and references 7/11

I’m a believer in the power of the human mind. The energy that exists just beyond our everyday reality is malleable, it flows and we flow within it. More than we know, we have the ability to make an impression on the universe around us. As well, the universe will make an impression upon us, … Continue reading

“Morals and Dogma of Freemasonry”: Discussion and Thoughts

II. The Fellow-Craft I have started my third run through this book. After the second reading I told myself I must post my thoughts and open a discussion about the topics and the meanings Albert Pike writes about. Though it seems Mr. Pike was, well…. to put it politely and understatedly…. a product of his … Continue reading

Esoteric Meanings of Modern and Ancient Religious Bedrocks

“Choking the Chicken” No. I do not daily (sometimes multiple times… What?!! I may be getting older but I’m not dead!) endeavor to violently strangulate poultry. I’m not one to upset PETA. A euphemism, double entantandra, metaphor, an alligorical story. Why? So as not to upset the little ones. To convey to a larger group an intent … Continue reading

“Morals and Dogma of Freemasonry”- Knowledge and Truth Unveiled

I grabbed a .pdf of “Morals and Dogma”, written by Albert Pike, and wasn’t expecting to find the secret that Freemasons hold. I was hopping, I won’t lie! But was realistic. the first three degrees of Masonry hold the keys to the secret, and once the third degree is finished, the secret is reviled. The remaining … Continue reading

‘Civilization and Freemasonry’ as found in the “Encyclopaedia of Freemasonry”

First published in 1878, The Encyclopaedia of Freemasonry, written by Albert G. Mackey, gives definition to an otherwise undefined group and their practices. Written in a time where the evils of both World Wars had not tarnished the vision of the author, he presents the beliefs and history of Masonry up to that point. Including … Continue reading