Published September 15, 2006
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
You see, the Masonic Altar Bible contains added pages of commentary which explain the Lodges formal doctrine regarding the Holy Scriptures. Here, from the words printed in the Masons own Altar Bible (page 5), we discover the accursed ecumenical teachings of Masons and the Lodge. The Masonic Lodge is a symbol of the world as it was thought to be in the olden times. Our ancient Brethren had a profound insight when they saw that the world is a Temple, over-hung by a starry canopy by night, lighted by the journeying sun by day, wherein man goes forth to his labor on a checker-board of lights and shadows, joys and sorrows, seeking to reproduce on earth the law and . The lodges do display the Bible on their altar—their literature even describes the Bible as part of the "furniture" of the Lodge. But Now The Whole Story. But now, let me tell you the whole story. You see, the Masonic Altar Bible contains added pages of commentary which explain the Lodge's formal doctrine regarding the Holy Scriptures. Here, from the words printed in the Masons' own Altar Bible (page 5), . The Masonic Altar Photo by Bill Bradford Excerpted from the Short Talk Bulletin Vol. 2, No. 2, "The Altar," published in (author unattributed, but likely Joseph Fort Newton, as it also appears in his book, Short Talks on Masonry).
The Masonic Altar, which like everything else in Masonry is Symbolic, appears to combine the character, and uses, of both of these Altars. It is an Altar of Sacrifice, for on it a candidate is directed to lay his passions and vices as an obligation to the Deity, while he offers up the. Get the best deals on Masonic & Freemason Books & Publications when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items | Browse your favorite brands | affordable prices. When a non-Christian candidate is admitted their book is open alongside the Holy Bible and they take their obligation on it. Originally posted by thexsword I know that Freemasons will willingly allow you to take an oath on the book of your choice, to an extent. As far as the actual book's, I believe they use a Masonic Bible, Masonic Quayran, ect. An earlier book version was issued in Over the course of successive publications, Carlile’s com-mentaries were revised significantly. Carlile, with a background in working-class activism and radical publishing, which included several years of imprisonment for .
Inside the Masonic Lodge, there is an altar on which the Holy Bible is placed. The Masonic altar is a sign of communion with the Creator of the Universe. In the days of old, Masonic altars were a place for communion with the Master Architect of the Universe. They were used to sacrifice animals to God and seek atonement for the sins of man. The Library of the Supreme Council, 33°, S.J., owns a copy of The Hiram, Book 5, which contains the 31° and 32° of the United Supreme Council, A. and A.S. Rite, S. and W. Jurisdiction U.S.A. This volume was autographed and certified in July by Pike’s friend, Thornton A. Jackson, 33°, and James O. Bampfield, 33°, Jackson’s. Remarks On Some Masonic Book Plates Vol Ii by Pope in Revelations of A Square by G. Oliver. Rise and Progress of Freemasonry in Illinois by E Turnbull. Ritual and Illustrations of Freemasonry by Key To Phi Beta Kappa. Ritual and Monitor of The Martinist Order by E Blitz. These titles should be in every New Mason’s collection. The Little Masonic Library, Newly Made Mason, More about Masonry, Foreign Countries, The Great Teaching of Masonry, Lost Keys of Freemasonry, The Secret of Hiram Abiff, Freemasonry: Its Hidden Meaning, What Masonry Means, The Craft & .