Book Volume 3, The Masonic Ritual
(French) SHEKINAH-EDITIONS - October 30, 2013
This work explains the Masonic ritual as well as the arrangement of symbols in the temple.
Author: Rabi Zied-Odnil
The long conversation between Rabi and his student came to an end.
After "The Masonic Sephirotic Tree" and "The Temple and its Symbols", this third work confirms the author's intuition, namely that if everything starts from the sephirot, it is only gradually, in s' attaching to a strict discipline, that Masonry becomes a way which allows Man to surpass himself and merge with the world. The Temple then becomes an ontological means of evoking the possibility of a total encounter with the Other.
This is the way of doing things, that is to say the Rite and constant attention, which allows the Mason to know at the same time, the interior and exterior Temple, without fabricated mystery or feigned esotericism.
Masonry becomes a practice. Rabi specifies: “The rite represents the procedure to be followed and when everything is in order, there can be no danger. Everything is settled, precise so that we move forward in complete safety without any risk of getting lost. On this initiatory path if we are old enough there is no danger, at a pinch some temporary wanderings that the pugnacity and perseverance of the seeker come to the end ". The opening of the Masonic works represents the preparations for a meditation session.
It is also a question of "purification", that is to say of removing the unnecessary, the superfluous, impediments such as pride and impatience.
The exact Masonic philosophy of the book becomes: to find oneself; meet up with the other; become one with nature. It is the fullness of being.
The author entered Freemasonry in 2002 and worked at various rites in various denominations. Before being a speculative mason, he was an operational mason.
Publisher: Shekinah editions; SHEKINAH-EDITIONS
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