Book Volume 1, The Masonic Sephirotic Tree
(French) paperback - october 28, 2011
Author: Rabi Zied-Odnil
This work describes how Freemasonry used the sephirotic tree in its rites. The author entered Freemasonry in 2002 and worked at various rites in various denominations. Before being a speculative mason, he was an operational mason.
The adventure is supported throughout the work by the sephirotic tree, which presents itself and is given in a very original way. It is not a question of explaining the world in a mystical way, but of demonstrating that the whole Masonic economy revolves around the tree of the sephirot, in a natural and rational way. There is nothing secret about it, on the contrary everything is astoundingly simple, and that is what is intriguing.
The exercise is disconcerting from the results obtained: what seems exoteric, even esoteric in Masonry, ends up here meeting a clear and distinct explanation. Whether it is about the Masonic forms of recognition between masons, the description of the aprons, the trips to the different ranks in the blue lodges, or even the initiation procedures, nothing is left to chance, because everything is perfectly regulated by the Masonic sephirotic tree. It is a key that we gradually learn to operate, and the veil that mysteriously covers the masonry is lifted.
This book is a dialogue between the author and a student who looks like him like a brother. It will take a lot of VITRIOL, that is to say of research deep within oneself, to know how difficult and endless the path which leads to the beginning of knowledge is. Where exoterism and esotericism are two sides of the same mirror that will have to be crossed several times in both directions, to glimpse that the mystery is nothing other than the simple refusal to look the truth in the face: namely that a huge ego prevents us from seeing ourselves as we are.
Those curious about the Masonic fact will also find their account there because many clues are given simply, such as the description of the officers whose role is to animate and guide the work of the lodge. There is nothing secret about it, on the contrary everything is astoundingly simple, and that is what is intriguing.
The author is fully aware of the Masonic world, his study is free and direct, does not refer to any dogma… His faith is based on the idea that Man is perfectible, which obliges him to share Knowledge as often and for a long time that this is possible.
Sometimes it will be difficult to tell the teacher from the student.
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 (October 28, 2011)
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