Freemasonry book: doubling of time
(French) SHEKINAH-EDITIONS - September 30, 2016
This book draws analogies between Freemasonry and the work of Dr Jean-Pierre Garnier-Malet and those of Alejandra Casado.
Author: Rabi Zied-Odnil
If we ask Freemasons what Freemasonry is, we will have as many answers as there are stars in the cosmos. Everyone has their own idea and defines it in their own way. However, this should not be so, because in Freemasonry not only is everything codified, but moreover this encoding is determined in advance.
The principle of the doubling of space and time is a universal constant, so since it was rediscovered it has applied to various disciplines. Consequently, it would be logical to find it also within Freemasonry itself, because this one is no exception.
Also, even if Freemasonry is far from being homogeneous, we must still be able to find traces of this universal constant in the core common to all Freemasons. This is what we will try to discern.
The possibilities offered by the end of cycles are unimaginable, so we can continue to ape the initiates or take advantage of this period to really move forward.
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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