The Porch and the Middle Chamber

This book contains Albert Pike's version of the Scottish Rite Blue Lodge rituals.

Author: Albert Pike

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ISBN: OCLC:29987477

Category: Freemasonry

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The Porch and the Middle Chamber

This Is A New Release Of The Original 1874 Edition.

Author: Albert Pike

Publisher: Literary Licensing, LLC

ISBN: 1498068200

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This Is A New Release Of The Original 1874 Edition.
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Ritual Part I

Author: Franc-Maçonnerie. Suprême council for the Southern masonic jurisdiction of the United States

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ISBN: OCLC:464146325

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American Freemason

letter G, which was a symbol of the sacred name, so may a Fellow Craft Lodge very properly be said to represent the Middle Chamber; and as it required the highest attainments of earthly qualifications, as the high priesthood, ...

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Freemason s Monthly

Where , then , was the Middle Chamber ? ... This is the passage : • The middle chambers of each row over the porch were totally dark , except the upper story , and appropriated as repositories for the sacred furniture of the traveling ...

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The Two Great Pillars of Boaz and Jachin Foundations of Freemasonry Series

Included here are: The Two Great Pillars, Pillars of the Porch, The Dual Unity of Jachin and Boaz, The History of the Two Pillars and The Pillars of Freemasonry.

Author: William Harvey

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781631184338

Category: Religion

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Prominent masonic scholars explore the history, myth and symbolism behind Freemasonry's twin pillars. Included here are: The Two Great Pillars, Pillars of the Porch, The Dual Unity of Jachin and Boaz, The History of the Two Pillars and The Pillars of Freemasonry.
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British Freemasonry 1717 1813 Volume 3

Now the Middle Chamber of each row over the Porch was totally dark, except the upper story, and / (48) appropriated as repositories, for the sacred furniture of the travelling tabernacle of Moses, which was there laid up and hid from ...

Author: Robert Peter

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317275244

Category: History

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Freemasonry was a major cultural and social phenomenon and a key element of the Enlightenment. It was to have an international influence across the globe. This primary resource collection charts a key period in the development of organized Freemasonry culminating in the formation of a single United Grand Lodge of England. The secrecy that has surrounded Freemasonry has made it difficult to access information and documents about the organization and its adherents in the past. This collection is the result of extensive archival research and transcription and highlights the most significant themes associated with Freemasonry. The documents are drawn from masonic collections, private archives and libraries worldwide. The majority of these texts have never before been republished. Documents include rituals (some written in code), funeral services, sermons, songs, certificates, an engraved list of lodges, letters, pamphlets, theatrical prologues and epilogues, and articles from newspapers and periodicals. This collection will enable researchers to identify many key masons for the first time. It will be of interest to students of Freemasonry, the Enlightenment and researchers in eighteenth-century studies.
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British Freemasonry 1717 1813

Now the Middle Chamber of each row over the Porch was totally dark, except the upper story, and / ( 48) appropriated as repositories, for the sacred furniture of the travelling tabernacle of Moses, which was there laid up and hid from ...

Author: Robert Peter

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317275435

Category: History

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Freemasonry was a major cultural and social phenomenon and a key element of the Enlightenment. It was to have an international influence across the globe. This primary resource collection charts a key period in the development of organized Freemasonry culminating in the formation of a single United Grand Lodge of England. The secrecy that has surrounded Freemasonry has made it difficult to access information and documents about the organization and its adherents in the past. This collection is the result of extensive archival research and transcription and highlights the most significant themes associated with Freemasonry. The documents are drawn from masonic collections, private archives and libraries worldwide. The majority of these texts have never before been republished. Documents include rituals (some written in code), funeral services, sermons, songs, certificates, an engraved list of lodges, letters, pamphlets, theatrical prologues and epilogues, and articles from newspapers and periodicals. This collection will enable researchers to identify many key masons for the first time. It will be of interest to students of Freemasonry, the Enlightenment and researchers in eighteenth-century studies. Includes more than 550 texts - Many texts are published here by special arrangement with the Library and Museum of Freemasonry, London - Contains over 260 pages of newly transcribed manuscript material - Documents are organized thematically - Full editorial apparatus including general introduction, volume introductions, headnotes and explanatory endnotes - A consolidated index appears in the final volume
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The Jesuits Driven Away from Masonry and Their Dagger Shattered by Freemasons

In the Middle Chamber. 205 How came you to the Middle Chamber? Through the Porch. When you came through the Porch, what did you see? Two great Pillars. What are they called? J. B. i.e. Jachin and Boaz. How high are they?

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ISBN: 9780979782435

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This book analyses the influence of the Jesuits on the symbolic degrees of freemasonry, the myths of the Templars and their doctrine of revenge, based on the "crime" of their destruction, and the four vows of the Templars included in their higher degrees. The historical observations and research of the Bonneville appears of a worthy interest. The praises of Histoire des religions et des moeurs de tous lespays du monde, of Mirabeau, of Mackey, of J. Bilington, of Mallet du-Pan, and those of one of the German translators easily identified as one of the heads of the Highest Masonry, prove the merit of the work, for which no writer has dared answer for the last thirty years, and where the true Masons go to seek the Ariadne's thread to help them walk in this inextricable labyrinth.
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The Etiquette of Freemasonry

In the Ritual it is stated that 'the Fellow-Crafts arrived at the middle chamber by way of a Porch, at the entrance of which stood two great Pillars.' This idea is partially embodied in the Tracing Board itself.

Author: An Old Past Master

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.

ISBN: 9781616085414

Category: Business & Economics

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An invaluable primary source for unraveling the mysteries behind the Freemasons.
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The Anti masonic Review and Magazine

Q. How high was the door of the A. Through the porch . middle chamber ? Q. When you came through the A. So high that a cowan could porch , what did you see ? not reach to stick à pin in . A. Two great pillars .

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ISBN: MINN:31951001892491C

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Stellar Theology and Masonic Astronomy

The Winding Steps Q. According to the legend of the “ middle chamber ” of the fellow - craft's degree , the workmen were paid their wages in the middle chamber of King Solomon's temple , which was approached by a certain flight of ...

Author: Robert Hewitt Brown

Publisher: Book Tree

ISBN: 1585092037

Category: Social Science

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Foreword by Jordan Maxwell. This incredibly detailed book reveals the hidden meanings behind occult signs and symbols from ancient times, found in what is termed stellar theology, and then carried over into modern religions. Few people have any knowledge of the occult or hidden connections between Judaism, Christianity and the Biblewith World Freemasonry. Brown, a Freemason, provides these important connections. Covers ancient astronomy and how it became incorporated into the various religions. Also explores the worlds early legends and symbols and how they were connected to ancient astronomical systems. These revealing facts form the basis for many of todays religious concepts and belief systems.
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Freemasonry

[At this point they proceed to spell out the names. first of noaz, then of JACHIN, two Pillars of Solomon's Porch . . . ]. ... Q. When you came to the door of the Middle Chamber, who did you see? A. A Warden.

Author: Alexander Piatigorsky

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781448162017

Category: Social Science

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This study considers the institution of Freemasonry from the point of view of both masons and their critics, as well as from the author's own. In the first section, it gives an outline of masonic history, from the foundation of the Grand Lodge in Covent Garden in 1717 through its major role in Enlightenment Europe and the American War of Independence, its many tribulations and schisms in the 19th century to the present day. The book looks at one of the main sources of masonic history, Anderson's "Constitutions", which documents masonic practice and the masons' mythical history back to Hiram Abiff, the first Master Mason in the reign of King Solomon.
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The Catholic Catechism on Freemasonry

Q. How came you to the middle Chamber? A. Through the Porch. Q. When you came through the Porch, what did you see? A. Two great Pillars. Q. What are they called? A. J. B. i. e. Jachin and Boaz. - Vide 1 Kings, Chap.

Author: David L. Gray

Publisher: Saint Dominic's Media, Inc.

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Category: Religion

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The Catholic Catechism on Freemasonry: A Theological and Historical Treatment on the Catholic Church’s Prohibition Against Freemasonry and its Appendant Masonic Bodies contextualizes the history and provides a theological analysis and commentary on the nine Papal documents, two Canon Laws, and two documents issued by the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith, which relate specifically to the Catholic Church’s dogmatic prohibition against Freemasonry. In addition to this rare look behind the theological and political arguments that the Catholic Church has made against Freemasonry and its appendant Masonic Bodies since Pope Clement’s Papal Bull In Eminenti in 1738, this catechism also answers such questions as: What are the Catholic Roots of Freemasonry? What is the Structure of Freemasonry? Is Freemasonry a Religion? What are the Core Principals of Freemasonry? What is the Masonic Legend of Hiram Abiff? Which Popes were Freemasons? Why were Haydn and Mozart Freemasons? What Role did Freemasons Play during the European and American Revolutions? What is the Relationship between Protestantism, Freemasonry, Communism, and Homosexualism? To what Degree did Freemasonry Influence the Creation of the Novus Ordo Rite? How did the Freemasons and their Ideological Allies in the Catholic Church (i.e. the Masonic lobby) work to remove the word ‘Masonic’ from the 1983 Code of Canon Law? Are Catholics who belong to the Masonic Order Excommunicated?
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