The Magus Of Freemasonry

Author: Tobias Churton
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1594776504
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A comprehensive look at the life of Elias Ashmole, who represents the historic missing link between operative and symbolic Freemasonry • Explores the true role of occult and magical studies in the genesis of modern science • Explains ...

The Mysteries Of John The Baptist

Author: Tobias Churton
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1594775052
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Starting with the mystery of John in Freemasonry, Tobias Churton searches out the historical Baptist through the gospels and ancient histories, unearthing the real story behind the figure lauded by Jesus’s words “no greater man was ever ...

Aleister Crowley And Western Esotericism

Author: Henrik Bogdan
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199996067
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Tobias Churton is an honorary fellow of Exeter University and faculty lecturer in
Freemasonry and Rosicrucianism at Exeter University's Centre for the Study of
Western Esotericism. His works include Aleister Crowley: The Biography (2011),
The Invisible History of the Rosicrucians (2009), Freemasonry: The Reality (2007
), The Magus of Freemasonry: The Mysterious Life of Elias Ashmole (2006), and
Gnostic Philosophy (2005). He is also a novelist, filmmaker, and composer.

History Of Freemasonry Tr From The 2nd Germ Ed

Author: David Murray Lyon
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Besides the three masonic degrees, it had four higher grades, viz: 1. the junior
Scot ; 2. the Scotch Master, or St. Andrew's knight ; 3. the Provincial Capitular of
the Red Cross; 4. the Magus, or knight of purity and light, which had again five
subdivisions , ending in Levites and priests. Stark called himself Archivicdes ab
aquila fulva, and chancellor of the clergy, and spread the intelligence that the
clerical brethren, having remarked with delight the. happy success which had
attended the ...

History Of Freemasonry From Its Origin Down To The Present Day

Author: David Murray Lyon
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Besides the three \masonic degrees, it had four higher grades, viz: 1. the junior
Scot; 2. the Scotch Master, or St. Andrew's knight; ) 3. the Provincial Capitular of
the Red Cross; 4. the Magus, Kor knight of purity and light, which had again five
subdivisions, ending in Levites and priests. Stark called himself Aro/zhnedes ab
aouz'la fult'a, and chancellor of the clergy, and spread the intelligence that the
clerical brethren, having remarked with delight the happy success which had
attended ...

History Of Freemasonry Translated From The Second German Edition Under The Author S Personal Superintendence With A Preface By C Van Dalen

Author: J. G. FINDEL
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Besides the three masonic degrees, it had four higher grades, viz.: 1. the junior
Scot; 2. the Scotch Master, or St. Andrew's knight; 3. the Provincial Capitular of
the Red Cross; 4. the Magus, or knight of purity and light, which had again five
subdivisions, ending in Levites and priests. Stark called himself Archimedes ab
aquila fulva, and chancellor of the clergy, and spread the intelligence that the
clerical brethren, having remarked with delight the happy success which had
attended the ...

American Freemason

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In order that the knights might not lack the addition of priests, the Hessian
Protestant court-preacher, Von Stark, who is said to have been a Jesuit, instituted
, in 1767, as a supplement to the Strict Observance, the Clerical System, which
had seven degrees : E. A., F. C, M., Young Scots, Scotch Past M., or Knight of St.
Andrew, Provincial Chapter of Red Cross, and the Magus, or Knight of Splendor
and Light, which again had five sub-degrees. Stark operated principally from
Wismar, and ...

An Encyclopaedia Of Freemasonry And Its Kindred Sciences

Author: Albert Gallatin Mackey
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Three of them founded in Scotland the Order of the Masons of the East, (Knighte
of the East,) to serve as a seminary for instruction in the mo- 1 sublime sciences.
This Order was in existence in 1196. Edward, the son of Henry III., was received
into the society of the Rose Croix by Raymond Lully. At that time only learned
men and persons of high rank were admitted. " Their founder was a seraphic
priest of Alexandria, a magus of Egypt named Or- mesius, or Ormus, who with six
of his ...

Isaac Newton S Freemasonry

Author: Alain Bauer
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1620553325
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This book reveals the connections of Rosslyn Chapel, Henry Sinclair, and the Invisible College to Newton’s role in 17th-century Freemasonry and opens unexplored trails into the history of Freemasonry in Europe.

The Origins Of Freemasonry

Author: David Stevenson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521396547
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William Schaw's injunction that masons must be tested in the art of memory and
the science thereof has been read by generations of masonic historians but the
significance of it has never been noticed. Yet that single short phrase provides a
key to understanding major aspects of the origins of freemasonry, linking the
operative mason craft with the mighty strivings of the Hermetic magus. The
Rosicrucians Hermetic influence was present from the start in the 'Schaw'
masonic lodges ...