The fabulous Masonic journey of the one who one day became Guibulum - Regards sur le R.E.A.A. from 3rd to 14th degree
Freemasonry - eBook Edition
Author: Jean-François Pluviaud
The Old and Accepted Scottish Rite of 33 degrees, the most widely used in the Masonic world, is made up of an allegorical web revolving around the legendary Temple of Solomon. Jean-François Pluviaud, a Freemason for over 40 years, asserts himself as an ardent promoter in this new book, this time on the theme of the journey that leads the initiate, from the 3th to 14th degree, called degrees of improvement. From his self-discovery, that desired by Socrates, to the intimate "rendezvous with oneself", specifies the author, a descent into the heart of his being, full of adventures!
If the construction of the world and of Man obeys a plan, it is less for him to discover the designer than to continue the work to achieve it with his means. And to ensure its survival, both by perfecting oneself, by living with happiness the ancestral gains and by transmitting, in turn, the moral and spiritual values of his time.
Thus, it is the construction of the "man-mason" architect of himself, obstinate seeker of meaning, that we are witnessing. "The greatest traveler is the one who has been able to go around himself once", Confucius said. The author allows us this rotation, in this case vertical. With the wit and stylistic precision we know it from.
Authors biography :
Jean-Francois Pluviaud has been a brother of the Grande Loge de France for over 40 years. He was editor-in-chief (deputy) of the review Points de Vue Initiatives of the Grande Loge de France. He wrote 7 Masonic works and published 4 collections of poetry.
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