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The First World War must be brought about in order to permit the Illuminati to overthrow the power of the Czars in Russia and of making that country a fortress of atheistic Communism. At the end of the war, Communism will be built and used in order to destroy the other governments and in order to weaken the religions. The Second World War must be fomented by taking advantage of the differences between the Fascists and the political Zionists.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Morals and Dogma has been described as "a collection of thirty-two essays which provide a philosophical rationale for the degrees membership levels of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite.
The lectures provided a backdrop for the degrees by giving lessons in comparative religion, history, and philosophy.
Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. Published by L. Jenkins, Inc. Edition Book Manufacturers first published More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 09, Dr. The very first book i ever read on Magick, finding my Paternal Grandfather's copy in the garage when I was The metaphysics and Sacred Geometry in this book is so intricate as to be very nearly impossible to read for anyone not already deeply familiar with the subject.
Meant to only be owned by 32nd degree Scottish Rite Masons, copies can be found on ebay and in used book stores around the world. If anyone doubts that Ceremonial Magick is a part of Freemasonry, a brief look at this book shoul The very first book i ever read on Magick, finding my Paternal Grandfather's copy in the garage when I was If anyone doubts that Ceremonial Magick is a part of Freemasonry, a brief look at this book should put all questions to rest.
Deeply facinating View 1 comment. Feb 27, Bob rated it did not like it. There is just no way to get around this or to justify this. There are many quotes from the Kabala; it is used in an authoritative way. The Kabala is incompatible with Christianity. Each was Truth for the time. Each was a Gospel, preached by a Reformer. He cannot agree that these doctrines are The Truth, then or now, how can things which contradict each other be The Truth?
The more you read the worse it gets. One more thing. Masonry has preserved the cardinal tenets. I could easily go one but that is not necessary. This book is enlightening, it clearly reveals that Masonry is anti-Christian, that does not mean that all who join hate Christ for many join in ignorance.
But once the truth is revealed a choice must be made. Where is our allegiance? Is it Christ or is it elsewhere? View all 7 comments.
Oct 17, Desiree Finkbeiner rated it it was amazing. Life defining text, one that requires dedicated and open-minded study. This book called to me from a box of old books at an estate sale; a edition in beautiful condition. It took much longer to study than most texts due to the depth of symbolic meaning, but I found it to be spiritually exciting, enlightening and life-defining to some degree.
I began reading this before my initiation into a co-masonic obedience, and though we are encouraged to study books at our level of masonic degree, I fo Life defining text, one that requires dedicated and open-minded study. I began reading this before my initiation into a co-masonic obedience, and though we are encouraged to study books at our level of masonic degree, I found myself hungry for the enlightenment found within its pages and did not refrain from further study.
Long before entering the craft, I've felt drawn to freemasonry and open study of all things spiritual. This book certainly expanded my capacity to think and helped to solidify a deep desire to square my actions.
I'm sure another study of this text as I approach higher degrees of masonry will open my understanding to new levels not conceived prior to that moment in time. The opinions expressed by Pike are definitely thought provoking. This is a truly excellent book. It is a great insight to Freemasonry, and uses the degrees to illustrate the works. He is not the author so much as the editor.
Nevertheless, it is insightful and thought provoking in the lessons it confers. It is a very long book, which took me a long time to read, due to all the extra research it invoked from me.
Some chapters are better than others, and some become repetitive. Do not read this if you are just a Dan brown fan looking for some clues, this is so much more. There are useful references and clues as to further reading. And if you look closely enough may see similarities to H. P Blavatsky Dec 23, Barry rated it it was amazing. People who say they can't read this book haven't really tried to read this book A masterpiece of 's victorian prose : People who say they can't read this book haven't really tried to read this book A masterpiece of 's victorian prose One of the two books that prompted me to become a Freemason.
Nov 02, Brett C rated it it was amazing Shelves: occult. I found this book to be extremely interesting. Some stuff was so esoteric it made no sense but some was very informative. The book is divided into the chapters that correlate to the respective degrees. So chapter one is information and rhetoric applied to the first degree. This book is filled with sacred geometry, Kabbalah, linguistics, history from the Greeks and Arabs and just about everyone else from the ancient world.
Really cool and m I found this book to be extremely interesting. Really cool and mystical stuff that kept my attention. Jul 17, Kevin Driskill rated it really liked it Shelves: philosophy. Albert Pike was a genius and an man of so many passions and adventures that all Americans should be familiar with his life and work. This book is attributed to the subject of masonry - the fraternal organization of ancient origin and international influence - yet it covers so much territory it is difficult to put it in any one category.
This is a densely packed volume of immeasurable scope and will take some time to digest but is truly a national treasure. Dec 14, Jordan Fitzgerald rated it liked it. Extremely dry as any piece of pres nonfiction is. While I was amazed at how educated and full of wisdom Mr. Pike is; I will say that he writing style is atrocious.
There are many times he will start to build on a mystical doctrine and then change course all of a sudden for a 20 page ramble. I had to read this book like I was taken medicine. Small forced doses that I did not enjoy; but, thought in the long term it would be worth it. Jun 09, Anjo Insainment rated it liked it.
It was compiled by Albert Pike , was first published in and was regularly reprinted thereafter until An upgraded official reprint was released in , with the benefit of annotations by Arturo de Hoyos, the Scottish Rite's Grand Archivist and Grand Historian. Morals and Dogma has been described as "a collection of thirty-two essays which provide a philosophical rationale for the degrees of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. The lectures provided a backdrop for the degrees by giving lessons in comparative religion, history and philosophy". The original printing had pages of text, while a page Digest-Index was added by Trevanion W. Its thirty-two chapters discuss the philosophical symbolism of a degree of Scottish Rite Freemasonry in extensive detail.
The God of all Providence, Who in the adorable designs of His love at first elevated the human race to the participation of the Divine nature, and afterwards delivered it from universal guilt and ruin, restoring it to its primitive dignity, has in consequence bestowed upon man a splendid gift and safeguard - making known to him, by supernatural means, the hidden mysteries of His Divinity, His wisdom and His mercy. For although in Divine revelation there are contained some things which are not beyond the reach of unassisted reason, and which are made the objects of such revelation in order "that all may come to know them with facility, certainty, and safety from error, yet not on this account can supernatural Revelation be said to be absolutely necessary; it is only necessary because God has ordinated man to a supernatural end. Now We, who by the help of God, and not without fruit, have by frequent Letters and exhortation endeavoured to promote other branches of study which seemed capable of advancing the glory of God and contributing to the salvation of souls, have for a long time cherished the desire to give an impulse to the noble science of Holy Scripture, and to impart to Scripture study a direction suitable to the needs of the present day. The solicitude of the Apostolic office naturally urges, and even compels us, not only to desire that this grand source of Catholic revelation should be made safely and abundantly accessible to the flock of Jesus Christ, but also not to suffer any attempt to defile or corrupt it, either on the part of those who impiously and openly assail the Scriptures, or of those who are led astray into fallacious and imprudent novelties. We are not ignorant, indeed, Venerable Brethren, that there are not a few Catholics, men of talent and learning, who do devote themselves with ardour to the defence of the sacred writings and to making them better known and understood.
Pike is best known for his major work, Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, published in no less important than theirs, nor less adapted to display the wisdom and power of the Great Creator. Morals and Dogma. Albert Pike. The work of a Luciferian. Pike believes Lucifer to be the creator and it's very clear in this book.
The teachings of these Readings are not sacramental, so far as they go beyond the realm of Morality. Supreme adapted to display the wisdom and power of the Great Creator. Jewish Freemasons: Sons of the Devil.
Thanks to Sir Robert Hinde, Dr. Oliver Curry, and three anonymous reviewers for commenting on earlier drafts of this article. Special thanks to Professor Maureen Callanan for valuable advice and assistance. The relationship between religion and morality has long been hotly debated.
James Anderson, D. On the 29th of September, , he was commissioned by the Grand Lodge to collect and compile the history, charges, and regulations of the Fraternity from the then existing ancient Constitutions of the Lodges. Constitutions and by-laws of the M. Grand Lodge of ancient, free and accepted masons of the state of Illinois. PDF etc.
Strange and mysterious name to give to the Spirit of Darknesss! Is it he who bears the Light, and with its splendors intolerable blinds feeble, sensual or selfish Souls? Doubt it not! Pike , Albert , Tier , Moral , Ancient , Accepted , Scottish , Freemasonry , Morals and dogma by albert pike lucifer , Dogma , Lucifer , Morals and dogma by albert pike morals and dogma , Ancient and accepted scottish rite of freemasonry. Link to this page:. After traveling as far west as Santa Fe, pike settled in Arkansas, where he worked as editor of a newspaper before being admitted to the bar. To this union were born 11 children.
from all accessible sources, a Compendium of the Morals and Dogma of the Rite, to be regarded as borrowed from some old and better writer. The teachings of o f Thought and Truth The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite uses the word.Reply
“MORALS AND DOGMA” comprises the extended Lectures for the degrees of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite under the Supreme Council of the Southern of the prolific French writer on Magic, Eliphaz Levi (Alphonse Louis. Constant).Reply