Thursday, April 20, 2006

Other Masonic Blogs: Masonic Traveler, Free-Mason-Alert, John Ratcliff's blog

I have been caught up in other matters this week, and haven't posted in a few days.

But my brother bloggers have been busy. Click on over and see what's happening:
  • Brother Greg Stewart at Masonic Traveler blog has written an excellent article about the "erasure" of members of the Rite of the Rose Cross of Gold. You may recall how several very active Georgia Masons were "stricken" from the rolls of their lodges last December for not "renouncing" their interests in an un-official Masonic club dubbed "clandestine" by a misguided Grand Master.
  • Brother John Ratcliff posted a very interesting article called "It's All Semantics" where he explores the nature of God from a Masonic standpoint.
  • Brother David Cooksey, of the blog Free-Mason-Alert, continues discussion of the formation of a new lodge in Alabama, the Temple of Regulus, as well as analyzing the Edgar Allan Poe poem "Haunted Palace" that he feels may be speaking allegorically about Freemasonry.
— Widow's Son

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1 comment:

  1. Disturbing..but not suprising at all, many fail to realize that the greatest enemies in regards to the progressive education to be found in Freemasonry...are certain masons themselves, such as the "POLITICALY CORRECT" whom fear igniting an "inquistion" on behalf of the Christian Right whom are very much present in the craft.

    Therefore anything with the slightest possibility of being construed as mystical or god forbid esoteric is deemed unworthy of being associated with Freemasonry, and it's sad because mysticisim and esoteric science are just some of the pillars which masonry was founded upon.

    For years i have witnessed masonic scholars , authors as well as canidates try to deny any association with any rosicrucian like group, but there is no denying it, and there certainly is nothing to be ashamed of, but apparently the Scottish Rite within the Georgia jurisdiction apparently feels so, which is why it has as many of the "valleys" have chosen to deny any relationship between the Scottish Rites own 18th degree (rose-croix) and it's obvious Rosicrucian influences.

    True Light needs no lampshade..

    -Brother Sinclair


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