Memento 9th degrees AASR - Words of the Elected Master of the Nine
Author: Pierre PELLE LE CROISA
The 9th The degree of Master Elect of the Nine raises many questions:
First, why does the punishment of the assassins come so late when Hiram has been dead and buried for a long time? And who is this stranger leading Johaben to Abiram's cave? Does he have a dog or not?
Why a rainbow, a burning bush, a shining star above the cave… but a black star on the Most Sovereign Master's plateau?
And the symbols inside the cave: a lamp, a fountain and a dagger, what do they mean? As for Johaben's action, is it a crime of divine lese majesty, a crime of human lese majesty, or a crime which injures him in particular? Besides, is it a crime, a personal revenge, an act of justice ... or an oblation, that is to say an immolation, a ritual sacrifice? And then, how do the law of retaliation, the law of proportionality, the right to reparation and the right to compensation fit into this story? Then, why is Johaben always zealous? Why does he feel the need to cut off Abiram's head to bring it back to Solomon? Finally why did the king, who was about to condemn the offender, forgive him? Simply because eight other Elected Masters of the Nine have interfered with King Solomon before! Is this the real reason? As with the other questions, aren't there other more initiatory answers hidden behind those disclosed in the ritual? It is to discover them and to do this research together that this study invites you ...
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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