Category archive: History

Emerald Tablet

The secrecy, also called Hermeticism, a philosophical and religious tradition based primarily on Pseudepigrapha texts attributed to Hermes Trismegistus (Thrice Greatest). These writings have greatly influenced the Western Esoteric Tradition and were considered of great importance both during the Renaissance and Reformation. Tradition claims to be a descendant of a Prisca theologia a doctrine that…

The Templar’s

The Templar’s born in Jerusalem on a date unclear: some say it is in 1118 when Hugues de Payens created along with other companions an order, the Poor Knights of Christ; others talk about 1119, and some of these give a specific date: 25 December 1119. Finally, Rudolf Hiestad believes the exact year would be…

The Tomb of Yale

Skull and Bones is a secret society based at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, US. The company was founded in 1832 by two members of Phi Beta Kappa, William Huntington Russell and Alphonso Taft. The first class or cohort Calavera next, formed during 1832-1833. The company did not admit female members until 1992. Traditionally,…

The Masons and Adolf

An Austrian, inflamed with hatred, bigotry and ill corroded complex, dragging the world into one of the most devastating moments of humanity, full of blood and fire and pain. His name Adolf Hitler who was born in Braunau am Inn, Austria-Hungary, April 20, 1889, he was the president and chancellor of Germany between 1933 and…

Sow and Reap

Throughout the various incarnations we progress in the level of consciousness up to achieve total perfection, is the pursuit of the perfect man. The karmic reincarnation process is based on the immutable laws of birth and death, although once incarnated in a physical body being has the ability to move freely according to the impulses…

Nelson was a Freemason?

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (Union of South Africa, July 18, 1918-Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa, December 5, 2013) was a lawyer, politician, leader of the African National Congress (ANC) and commander of the guerrilla organization  “Spear of the Nation”. In the words of van Engeland and Rudolph (2007), went from terror to politics to become president of…

7 Vices Transformed

The Brothers Grimm is the name used to refer to writers Jacob Grimm (January 4, 1785, Hanau (Hesse, Germany) – Berlin, 20 September 1863) and Wilhelm Grimm (February 24, 1786, Hanau – 16 December 1859, Berlin). There were two German brothers famous for his children’s stories, a woman called in German Shepherd Grimm obtained many…

The 9th Symphony was written by a Mason?

Ludwig van Beethoven (Bonn, 16 December 1770b – Vienna, March 26, 1827) was a German composer, conductor and pianist. His musical legacy includes, chronologically, from classical to early romantic musical period. Beethoven was the last great representative of Viennese classicism and also one of the first composers of Romanticism. His work includes symphonies, chamber music…

Albert Pike

Gen. Albert Pike (December 29, 1809, Boston – April 2, 1891, Washington) is one of the most important figures in the history of Freemasonry. he was an American soldier, writer, activist lawyer and leading Freemason, was the oldest of six children born to Benjamin and Sarah Andrews Pike. Pike was raised in a Christian home…

Points (.´.)

Overall, we all know that the point is a sign spelling, which invariably placed at the end of a brief, one paragraph, after the initials or abbreviations isolated words (.); however is of paramount importance in the uses and customs within Freemasonry. Its origin derives from the Latin Language “Pungtum” or “punctus” voices literally refer…

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