Memento 10th degree AASR - Illustrious elected member of the fifteen
Author: Pierre PELLE LE CROISA
The Illustrious Chosen One of Fifteen is one of the degrees of Vengeance. It refers to justice. But the atrocities in which the legend makes us participate, inspire a sense of horror in today's reader ... and that's to be expected!
The misunderstanding about this rank stems from two misinterpretations. First, this ritual that appears around the middle of the 18th centurye century, bears the trace of the Christian vision of the time in which it was developed: rather than an execution, it is about the sacrifice of what is bad in us. Then, when we talk about justice, we think of social justice. Here it is not: we are confronted with divine justice, taken in its theological conception. The severed heads of the three evil Companions correspond to the rejection of " false spirits ", Our ego," me " all powerful. Detached from the animal body (which is opened from the chest to the pubis to allow the soul to free itself) and stuck on stakes, they now rise to the sky. The negative triad of Abiram, Sterkin and Oterfut - the one that destroyed the model triad of Solomon, Hiram Abi and Hiram of Tire - has been eradicated. A short story replaces it: that of Solomon, Adoniram (which in Hebrew means " Lord " where the " Master Hiram ») And Hiram of Tire. The world can then find peace, and the initiate can find divine light (the " Ain Soph Aor ») to which he now turns to shine in him ...
Pierre Pelle le Croisa has managed large companies and international schools. Freemason for 35 years, he has been an active member of the Grand Orient and now of the Grand Lodge of France. He got involved in Masonic life (in his lodges, in the Île-de-France Congress, in the Federal Council).
A committed writer, he has published public works (novels, short stories, essays, philosophical and literary studies, poems, professional books), initiatory works (“The Pre-History of the Freemasons”, “La parole est au silence!” , “Don Juan the Profane”) and wrote numerous articles in Masonic journals.
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