It is the book which first revealed the full detail of the Masonic influences which George Washington brought to bear on the layout of the Federal City. The rising of the Bright Morning Star, so celebrated in Masonic ritual, does have a measurable affect on creativity and achievement in a society. Combining the work of statisticians, economists and anthropologists, with his knowledge of ionospheric physics, leads Lomas to startling insights about the mechanisms which underpin Masonic astrology. Lomas shows how George Washington was a prime candidate to become a high achiever and was sensitized by patterns of ionospheric pulses which helped shape his growing brain. This new scientific investigation of an ancient Masonic myth says he would have been inspired to new creative heights when the Bright Morning Star appeared in the dawn sky without knowing why. He mapped out a three fold task for him: To loosen the chains that bound his people To unlock the dungeon doors to the light of the bright morning star To build a new Jerusalem on the plains of America Blake set George Washington the job of embedding the secrets of the Masonic Solomon Key into the new republic.

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The Grand Lodge of Scotland

Aug 09, Ryan rated it liked it Lomas, coming from a fairly scientific viewpoint, explores the rituals of Freemasonry and the effect it has on the brain. A fair and welcomed balance to the overabundance of occult studies Ive read so far, Lomas offers a simple but well thought out interpretation and explores the nature of myth, ritual, and the brain. This is an exposition. For those that are Masons, or will never be Masons, this is a great discussion of what goes on in the Lodge.


The Hiram Key Series

Key points in theory[ edit ] The authors claim that their work proves the following: Freemasonry can trace its roots to the death of the Egyptian king Sequenenre in B. Solomon incorporated these symbols into his temple Jesus and the Qumran community used a ritual based on this story The early Roman Church effectively suppressed the original beliefs of this Jerusalem Church. When Scotland became unsafe for the Templars, they incorporated their beliefs and history into the rituals of Freemasonry as it is known today. Synopsis[ edit ] Knight and Lomas begin by quoting Henry Ford , who was a Freemason, [2] as saying "all history is bunk".


Turning the Hiram Key: Rituals of Freemasonry Revealed


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