We cannot say that spirituality and science go hand in hand, yet neither can contradict the other, they are simply two different ways of approaching the same subject.
Nevertheless, the spiritualist in no way rejects science, because science ultimately only supports his words, only religious fundamentalists of all stripes fight it.
We have tried to support our postulate of a universal consciousness as best we can, and over the pages, we have realized that each discipline has its own name for it. Be it, God for believers, morphogenetic fields or others. If one does not have a minimum of objectivity, one can only subscribe to the fact that everything arises from one and only one substance, and that this is only consciousness.
If this could not be persuaded, the reading of Masonic symbols then takes on a whole different aspect. If we are still resolutely watertight, do we ask the question whether our skepticism is really justified? Doesn't it just come from an aversion to churches, whatever they are?
The author entered Freemasonry in 2002 and worked at various rites in various denominations. Before being a speculative mason, he was an operational mason.