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The Masonic Initiation
W. L. Wilmshurst
by Sun Pub Co
Written in English
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This follow up book to my project Masonic Traveler – Essays and Commentary is a different approach to understanding the importance and meaning behind the First Degree of Freemasonry. Taking the approach from the Scottish (French) Rite degrees, this work explores the nuance of symbolic initiation lost in the contemporary system at work in. The Secret Science of Masonic Initiation is different and revelatory. This book will take you on an imaginative journey deep into that inner part of your consciousness that Freemasonry calls your soul. Not since the glory days of Wilmshurst, Ward, and Waite, has any serious Masonic writer attempted to look at the meaning of Masonry in such.
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The Masonic Initiation is the powerful sequel to W. Wilmshurst's other enduring classic, The Meaning of Masonry. Here, we find the author's most advanced expression as he explores the profound depths of Masonic ritual as a contemplative art, and offers his vision of /5(23).
The Masonic Initiation by Walter Leslie Wilmhurst This book is meant to be a sequel to, and an amplification of the previous volume, The Meaning of Masonry, first published in —a collection of papers issued diffidently and tentatively on the chance that they might interest some members of the Craft in the deeper and philosophic aspect of Freemasonry.
While Harvey Lewis of Rosicrucian fame wrote books on Initiation he too was never a Master Mason. This is the first book written in a long time that describes what is really going on in the initiatory process. It applies to other systems as well as Masonry/5(61).
The Secret Science of Masonic Initiation is different and revelatory. This book will take you on an imaginative journey deep into that inner part of your consciousness that Freemasonry calls your soul/5.
WILMSHURST This book is meant to The Masonic Initiation book a sequel to, and an amplification of, my previous volume, The Meaning of Masonry, first published in a collection of papers issued diffidently and tentatively on the chance that they might interest some few members of the Craft in the deeper and philosophic aspect of Freemasonry.
THE MASONIC INITIATION TO ALL BUILDERS IN THE SPIRIT BY [Masonic Books Online] [Library Of All Articles] [Masonic Blogs] [What is New] This site is not an official site of any recognized Masonic body in the United States or elsewhere.
It is for informational purposes only and does not necessarily reflect the views or opinion. This book presents details of Masonic initiation rituals, along with grips, passwords and regalia. Written in the 19th century, Duncan's Ritual, as it is known, has been The Masonic Initiation book numerous times.
It includes the three basic degrees of the Ancient York Rite. Masonic Code In Masonic & Freemason Books & Publications Masonic Ritual Book In Masonic & Freemason Books & Publications Tell us what you think - opens in new window or tab.
Masonic Essays by Don Falconer "This book has been first published on PS Review of Freemasonry and it is online with permission of the Author and of PS Review of Freemasonry." Masonic Initiation by W.
Wilmshurst Sequel To Meaning Of Freemasonry: Masonic Treatise by W. Finch. Also called the "Entered Apprentice" degree, this is the first stage of the Masonic initiation.
The candidate arrives at the Masonic lodge he wishes to join and is first exposed to the lodge and its outline.
The initiate then makes promises in regards to his obligations and secret-keeping of the Masonic movement. While Harvey Lewis of Rosicrucian fame wrote books on Initiation he too was never a Master Mason. This is the first book written in a long time that describes what is really going on in the initiatory process.
It applies to other systems as well as Masonry/5(58). By masonicfind A collection of + rare & out of print Masonic books from the mids. With your $20 donation, you will also be getting a $20 cash-back voucher from the MasonicFind Store. As a donor, you also get FREE access to the "restricted section" of this Library.
Masonic Initiation. W.L. Wilmshurst. Rating details 28 ratings 0 reviews. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages/5(29).
The Meaning of Masonry, Revised Edition (Agapa Masonic Classics) by W. Wilmshurst Paperback $ The Initiatic Experience: That Led To Your Initiation Into Freemasonry by Robert Herd Paperback $ Customers who viewed this item also viewed Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of /5(23).
This book is meant to be a sequel to, and an amplification of, By "the Masonic Initiation" I mean, of course, not merely the act and rite of reception into the Order, but Speculative Freemasonry-within the limits of the Craft and Arch Degrees-regarded as a system, a specialised method of intellectual guidance and spiritual instruction ; a.
But this latest book, The Secret Science of Masonic Initiation, is totally different. It began as guide book for recently made Masons but developed into an investigation of an alternative world view.
That world view was inspired by a man who died seventy years ago, in The First Degree Ceremony of Initiation for the First Degree is performed at the Masonic lodge. The Entered Apprentice is the first level of Masonry.
The lodge is set up with 3 alters along the sides of the room and 1 in the middle. The Worshipful Master sits on the East end of the room along with the Chaplain and Senior Deacon.
Occult author Andre Nataf in his book ‘The Occult’ reveals the real significance of ritual initiation when he states, “To be initiated is to set off on the trail of an occult truth, which not all can perceive.
Initiation is a ritually transmitted process” (p. 81). The Masonic Lodge (and. Robert Lomas has spent thirty years as a university teacher, and twenty years studying Freemasonry.
In this book he shares his personal insight into the Craft and outlines the steps a Mason must take to find self-knowledge. His words are illuminated by the unique symbolic drawings of two masters of Masonic Tracing board design.4/5(12).
Remarks On Some Masonic Book Plates Vol Ii by Pope in Revelations of A Square by G. Oliver. The History of initiation - 12 Lectures by Author Unknown in The History of initiation - 3 Lectures by G Oliver.
The Hymns of Hermes - Echoes From The Gnosis Vol Ii by Author Unknown. The Masonic Initiation is the powerful sequel to W. L. Wilmshurst’s other enduring classic, The Meaning of Masonry. Here, we find the author’s most advanced expression as he explores the profound depths of Masonic ritual as a contemplative art, and offers his vision of the future of the Order.
The Secret Science of Masonic Initiation It was written by Robert Lomas and published in In his book, Robert shares the path masons must take to find knowledge, the purpose of the brotherhood, and his understanding of the Society.
He describes Society as a way of discovering your self and steps to spiritual, mind, and body adventure.Through essays written by Freemasons, scholars of history, and mainstream authors and practitioners, The Art and Science of Initiation illuminates the theory and practice of various mystical/philosophical traditions and their processes of initiation.
This book takes the reader into the heart of Brand: Lewis.