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accident of an arrow, and further, in his grief, kills by accident his own son. Hence the traditional Lament of Lamech in Genesis which has been supposed to be a veil... ey are but allegories and not actual rites. Clemens of Alexandria speaking of these Mysteries says: -- "Know that having killed their third brother they covered the head of th... hich he accomplished this, with much engineering skill, about 3,400 B.C., and styles himself "chief of the royal workmen." Usertesen I., perhaps 3,000 B.C., laid the fo... erent shapes the soul remains substantially the same. Hence the horror of killing creatures, it may be, tenanted by kindred soul
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ar 1832 a renumbering of the Lodges took place to fill up the vacancies occasioned by Lodges which had become extinct. In March 1833 Lord Dundas, the Deputy G... was conferred upon 21 distinguished Masons, in commemoration of the 21 years during which the Prince of Wales had filled the Grand Mastership. A commemoration festival... any work touching the trade, if he be perfectly skilled and knowing in the same. 4. Also, that good folks of the said trade sh... en walked about full wide into other countries, some to learn more craft, and some to teach others that had little skill and cunning. And it befell that there was one cu
ORIGIN AND ANTIQUITY OF THE ARCANE SCHOOLS. CHAPTER VI. THE MYSTIC AND HERMETIC SCHOOLS IN CHRISTIAN TIMES.
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Secret Institution was now seated at Cairo and termed the "Dar-al-hicmet," translated Tent of Skill, or House of Wisdom, and Assemblies were held twi... nd bound to the other principles if man is to become immortal. He fills the elements with spirits of many kinds, and men... reverberatory furnaces, in which is required the skill of a Mason and {217} an expert geometrician.60 Thomas Norton, 1477, states that Masons were students of the Hermetic art; Paracelsus terms himself a Grand Master o
ORIGIN AND ANTIQUITY OF THE ARCANE SCHOOLS. CHAPTER V. PHILOSOPHY IN RELATION TO MASONIC RITES.
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erent shapes the soul remains substantially the same. Hence the horror of killing creatures, it may be, tenanted by kindred soul... ages of man, {124} Spring answering to youth, Summer to prime, Autumn to maturity, and Winter to old age." Porphyrios, who was a Tyrian of the name of Melek, informs us that the numerals of Pythago
ORIGIN AND ANTIQUITY OF THE FREE MASONRY. CHAPTER VIII. MASONRY IN NORMAN ENGLAND.
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that the others who were jealous of his ability, killed him in the night time whilst he slept, and threw his body into the Rhin... d into a Norman stronghold. In 1077 Robert the Cementarius, or Mason, had a grant of lands in reward for his skill in restoring St. Albans; and we may find in this ... Uchtred, the son of Gospatric. These are Danish names and the Marks of Yorkshire Masons, in this and t... erence we have to that structure, and in Norman times. Paine Peverell, a bastard son of the King, bui
ORIGIN AND ANTIQUITY OF THE ARCANE SCHOOLS. CHAPTER III. ARYAN CIVILISATION AND MYSTERIES.
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ance, Indo-Aryan into Sanscrit, Persian, Greek, Armenian, Pushtu, Kurd, Baluchi, Hindustani; and again... to Bacchus amongst the Latins. Yet all had the same primitive origin in a remote Arcane School, and varied but by a gradual development in technique. And notwithstanding such departu... ising their ceremonials with the serpent staff of Mercury or Esculapius in their hands; and also perso