Category archive: Freemasons

Napoleone di Buonaparte

Napoléon Bonaparte born Napoleone di Buonaparte; (15 August 1769 – 5 May 1821) was a French military and political leader who rose to prominence during the latter stages of the French Revolution and its associated wars. As Napoleon I, he was Emperor of the French from 1804 to 1814 and again in 1815. Napoleon dominated…

The Golden Dawn

The “Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn” was a fraternity of ceremonial magic and occultism, founded in London in 1888 by Dr. William Robert Woodman, William Wynn Westcott and Samuel MacGregor Mathers. The three were Freemasons and members of the Rosicrucian Society in Anglia (an organization with ties to Freemasonry). It is considered by many…

The Apple of Isaac

Isaac Newton has often been associated with various secret societies and fraternal orders throughout history. Due to the secretive nature of such organizations, lack of supportive publicized material, and dubious motives for claiming Newton’s participation in these groups, it is difficult to establish his actual membership in any specific organization Isaac Newton (Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire, January…

The Dollar Bill

It was precisely paper money which helped finance the revolution and liberation of America. In 1751, Benjamin Franklin traveled to London to ask the members of the English Parliament that would enable its American colonies to print money, as this could stop relying on shipments of pounds that were late, wrong or never. Franklin’s request…

The Psychoanalysis of Schlomo

Sigismund Schlomo Freud was born on May 6, 1856 in Freiberg, Moravia (now, Příbor in the Czech Republic) within a Jewish family. Although the name on his birth certificate is Sigismund, his father added a second name of Hebrew origin, Schlomo or Shelomoh (Solomon versions) in a handwritten inscription on the family bible. A document…

Pigpen Cipher

Anxious to preserve the necessary discretion an initiatory society, the Freemasons of the eighteenth century used abundantly, in his correspondence, a key that has called Masonic alphabet. The Masonic alphabet, is an encrypted and hieroglyphic writing characterized by the use of geometric signs intended to ensure prying eyes and secular private aspects of the Order….

E pur si muove

Galileo Galilei (Pisa, February 15, 15644 – Arcetri, January 8, 1642) was an astronomer, philosopher, engineer, mathematician and physicist Italian, closely related to the scientific revolution. Eminent Renaissance man, he showed interest in almost all sciences and arts (music, literature, painting). His achievements include improvements to the telescope, a variety of astronomical observations, the first…

The Music of Chrysostomus Wolfgangus

Joannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Mozart Theophilus (Salzburg, January 27, 1756-Vienna, December 5, 1791), better known as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, was a composer and Austrian pianist, master of Classicism, considered one of the most influential musicians and Featured in history. The Mozartian work covers all genres of his time and reaches more than six hundred creations, mostly…

Christian Rosenkreutz

Such, in brief, is the story of the Fama Fraternitatis. Those who accept it literally regard Father C.R.C. as the actual founder of the Brotherhood, which he is believed to have organized about 1400. The fact that historical corroboration of the important points of the Fama has never been discovered is held against this theory….

The Spirit of Math

“You’ll find the math in the most surprising places” – Donald Duck- Donald in Mathmagic Land is a 27-minute Donald Duck educational featurette released on June 26, 1959. It was directed by Hamilton Luske. Contributors included Disney artists John Hench and Art Riley, voice talent Paul Frees, and scientific expert Heinz Haber, who had worked…

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