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The Name Of The Masonic Lost Word

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

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    ISBN 101430430125
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      The word ‘Abi’ actually means ‘father’, but when used in reference to a name by ancient Jewish culture it was meant to portray as a sense of honor and respect for the individual, implying a sort of ‘master’. It is generally accepted that the Masonic adoption of the surname ‘Abif’, was to this and to differentiate him from King. THE WORD IS OUT. The supposed quest of the Blue Lodge Masons is the search for "The Lost Word." Most Masonic ritual is concerned with the recovery of this lost word, presumed to be the name of God-supposedly lost through the murder of the architect, Hiram Abiff, during the building of Solomon's Temple.

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The Name Of The Masonic Lost Word by George V. Tudhope Download PDF EPUB FB2

Frank C. Higgins has written a book on his name as the “Lost Word,” and claims it is concealed in the terminal letters of the names of the three ruffians. To The Name Of The Masonic Lost Word book best of my knowledge this concealment has not been satisfactorily explained.

In my opinion, Freemasonry is largely indebted to the Hebrews for the legend of The Lost Word. The mythology of the Lost Word begins at the moment of creation itself.

God declared the awe of light in the darkness and all came to Being. At this Moment God enacted the spark or creation which masons revere as the Stone of Foundation, the corner stone to which all creation was built. Classic Masonic writer Manly Palmer Hall returns to the main idea of what the lost word might be: "Isis is said to have conjured the invincible God of Eternity, Rd, to tell her his secret and sacred name, which he did.

This name is equivalent to the Lost Word of Masonry. The Lost Word. The Lost Word is the genuine secret of a Master Mason said to be lost with the death of Hiram Abif. According to Masonic tradition upon each rod was a name, just such sort of names as Chapter Masons use, though not the same names by any means.

An actual word was lost and with it one of the three standards of Solomon's. As A.P. Bentley wrote in his book History of the Abduction of William Morgan and the Anti-Masonic Excitement ofThe two men “entered into partnership to print a book.

XXXI. The Lost Word. The last of the symbols, depending for its existence on its connection with a myth to which I shall invite attention, is the Lost Word, and the search for appropriately may this symbol terminate our investigations, since it includes within its comprehensive scope all the others, being itself the very essence of the science of masonic symbolism.

The Masonic Lost The Name Of The Masonic Lost Word book [Albert G. Mackey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it. Famed masonic and spiritual writer J.

Buck discusses and examines a lesser-known book called The Great Work: The Constructive Principle of Nature in Individual Life, by John Emmett Richardson.

Buck believes that Richardson has uncovered some deeper secrets that relate to the masonic initiations and the lost word, and he wishes to share some. The Master’s Word is lost in the death of your Grand Master Hiram Abif, but I will substitute a word which shall be adopted for the regulation of all Master’s Lodges, until future ages shall find out the right; and the first word I utter after the body is raised shall be such substitute word.

Word or pass: A password used as a mode of recognition between Masons, different for each degree. About the Book Author Christopher Hodapp has been an active Freemason and board member in his home state of Indiana for many years and holds memberships in several national Masonic organizations.

At the funeral, the two kings were truly upset because they had lost the opportunity to use the power of the secret code. They vowed to one day discover the lost word.

Meanwhile, they substituted a word that sounds like "mor-bon-zi" for the lost word. Today, this substituted word is the Grand Masonic Word according to Masonic history. Which is the long lost master Mason’s word, and has now become the Grand Omnific Royal Arch Word” (US Masonic lecture quote).

The Masonic Lodge, thus, blasphemously unites the God of the Bible – Jehovah – with the pagan gods of Syria – Baal – and of Egypt –. APPRENTICE: Comes from the Latin word apprehendre meaning "to grasp, to master a thing." Hence, a learner.

APRON: The badge of a Mason. Originally among priesthoods as a badge of office and a means of ornamentation.

The Masonic apron should be white. In a book that Ed edited, entitled, The Dark Side of Freemasonry, that the Mason is at first denied knowledge of the sacred name of their God and then belatedly finds out that the name of the Mason deity is definitely not Jesus, the name above every other name (Philippians ).

The Lost Name of God. Here about 30 popular Esoteric Books, Masonic Info Sites, Masonic Jewelry, cornerstone book publishers sites such as (Lost Word - Masonic Books, Masonic Gifts, Masonic Jewelry). The best 3 similar sites:   MASONIC NAMES: JEHOVAH / JESUS in time the pronunciation of God’s name was thought to be lost.

Nevertheless, many believe that God’s name in Hebrew was pronounced YAHWEH. (16) The Revised Standard Version, (Preface) AND THE SO-CALLED LOST BOOK OF NOSTRADAMUS. the hidden secrets of masonry.

Rare, unusual symbolic illustrations seldom found in books. Many say this is one of the most unusual books they have ever read. Content: Mystery, Symbolism, in the Beginning, Ancient Zodiac, 12 Labors of Hercules. The Lesser Key of Solomon, or the Goetia, is a medieval magickal text that claims to give the techniques and materials needed to embark on the mystical path of Solomon.

It gives directions for casting magick circles, and invoking demons and dark Djinn into the consciousness of the magician. Here like Solomon the magician must unleash the demon. The Ashlar Company - Masonic Shop For the good of the craft [email protected] We will beat any competitors price by 5%.

Set a price limit $ Front Page Artwork Antiques Apparel Name Badges Emblems Lapel Pins Masonic Rings Jewelry Supply. The Lost Word: A Masonic Monograph Paperback – November 1, by Frank C. Higgins (Author)Author: Frank C.

Higgins. The Lost Symbol is a novel written by American writer Dan Brown. It is a thriller set in Washington, D.C., after the events of The Da Vinci Code, and relies on Freemasonry for both its recurring theme and its major characters.

The Lost Symbol Hardcover edition Author Dan Brown Country United States United Kingdom Language English Series Robert Langdon #3 Genre Crime, Mystery Author: Dan Brown.

This divine truth, then, of the existence of one Supreme God, the Grand Architect of the Universe, symbolized in Freemasonry as the TRUE WORD, was lost to the Sabians and to the polytheists who arose after the dispersion at Babel, and with it also disappeared the doctrine of a future life; and hence, in one portion of the masonic ritual, in.

A quote which is found on page 65 of Manly Palmer Hall's book, The Lost Keys of Freemasonry. Hall states that the religion of a Mason is "universal." The name Jesus, Mohammed or Buddha, means little, for they are only after the "light.".


Hiram Abiff (also Hiram Abif or the Widow's son) is the central character of an allegory presented to all candidates during the third degree in Freemasonry. Hiram is presented as the chief architect of King Solomon's Temple, who is murdered in the Temple he designed by three ruffians as they unsuccessfully attempt to force him to divulge the Master Masons' secret passwords.

Frank C. Higgins has written a book on his name as the '€œLost Word,'€ and claims it is concealed in the terminal letters of the names of the three ruffians. To the best of my knowledge this concealment has not been satisfactorily explained.

In my opinion, Freemasonry is largely indebted to the Hebrews for the legend of The Lost Word. Talk about Masonic research, particularly about the publications of The Masonic Service Association, Quatuor Coronati Lodge, Scottish Rite Research Society, Masonic Book Club, and other reputable sources.

Advise Masons where to locate Masonic books, providing names, addresses, and telephone numbers for various Size: 37KB.

Paperback. pages. A Macoy Published Book ISBN This book explores the history of a mysterious word whose meaning no one seems to know. Although every Mason learns "the word" during his initiation, its details were lost at some point. Find out where it came from with author Hunter.

THE WORD OF GOD. God, the fountain of living waters, (Jeremiah). Within the Indo-European culture exists a drink called Soma, that is said to convey the experience of immortality, is a healer and gives absolution.

Soma is also the name of two plants, one known, the other concealed, and it is the name of a god. Masonic buildings are clearly marked, and are usually listed in the phone book. Lodge activities are not secret -- picnics and other events are even listed in the newspapers, especially in smaller towns.

Many lodges have answering machines which give the upcoming lodge activities. But there are some Masonic secrets, and they fall into two. Michael Poll/Lost Word Publishing - A long-time online friend, Brother Mike has done some truly outstanding research on Scottish Rite history in Louisiana and has compiled the works of others into some great anthologies.

He has published several of his. Masonic Shoe – The Masonic shoe which is also called the Blue Slipper, is symbolic of a physical confirmation of a spoken deed.

To unloose one’s shoe and give it to another person was the way of confirming a contract in ancient times. Masonic Star – The Masonic Blazing Star, not to be confused with the 5-Pointed Star, is one of the most.

Name the three symbols applicable to the world of today, represented by the three ruffians. In Freemasonry, what does Low Twelve denote. The Masonic search for the Lost Word symbolizes what. What did the Acacia symbolize to the ancient Egyptian and Jew alike. Name three rights of a Master Mason.

Unfortunately, it is believed that it is due to the production of this film, that Dan Brown’s own story of a lost Masonic prize, ‘The Lost Symbol’, part of his ‘Robert Langdon’ series (‘The Da Vinci Code’ and ‘Angels and Demons’) never made it past pre-production, as many.

With all due respect I venture to say that such action is totally unjustifiable. Masonry is not the Bible. It is a traditional ritual into which 18th century revisers inserted fragments from the Bible, because that was the only book dealing with the period of the masonic incidents which was then available to them.

The Lost Symbol: live reading and accept the Masonic prophecies and the word of the Lord as literal truths." He imagines the Lost Word is a real word yet it's only allegorical, thought. The first word he spoke was the replacement for the "Grand Masonic Word" lost at his death and that word is the one passed down to Master Masons to this day.

(1) This, then, is the Masonic legend of Hiram Abiff, and most Blue Lodge Masons believe that it is a factual, scriptural and historical account. Masonic Books: Here you will find books that are part of this website. Non-Masonic Books: Non-masonic books located at this site although it can be utilized as reference as it has to do informally with Masonry.

Masonic Related Books: Masonic Books that are located in someone else's website. It will open as a separate window. Containing 66 eBooks with o pages, 43 Masonic Tests with over 1, questions, Masonic graphics, 85 Masonic screensavers, 20 Masonic crossword puzzles, Masonic fonts, and much more.

In addition, the Ultimate Plus includes the Masonic Tracing Board and the Award, Certificate and Record. The value of the Ultimate Plus is unmistakable. The Lost Symbol Dan Brown. According to booksellers, this was 's most anticipated novel. And why not. After a somewhat lackluster writing career with three books not getting too very far, Dan Brown somehow tapped into the world's psyche with his The DaVinci Code.

This work was true to pre-release reports which said it was going to feature Freemasonry and Washington, DC. The Scottish Rite appears in a major role in Dan Brown’s novel, The Lost Symbol. Shriners international: The Shrine has often been called the “playground of Freemasonry.” Shriners wear red fezzes, ride little cars in parades, sponsor circuses, and do other wacky things to raise money for their 23 children’s hospitals in North America.The name of this grip is "Boaz".

When a candidate is imparted with this grip and its usage it is done in this manner." First the Worshipful Master says to the candidate: "I now present my right hand in token of friendship and brotherly love, and will invest you with the grip and word.Again, wonderful if we were talking about our one true God in all this, but such is not the case.

The cornerstone of all these buildings have been laid in Masonic ritual, dedicated to the demonic god of Freemasonry, JAO-BUL-ON That is the secret name of the Masonic god, the LOST WORD in the rite of the Royal Arch Degree.