Carl Jung’s Living Symbols: P2

The Blueprint for One-World Government on the Trestle-board

Carl Jung’s “Living Symbols” for sustaining coherent One-World Government – Part 2

A fundamental symbol in Masonry is the blueprint on the Trestle board of the Master Architect.

The practical historical use of a blueprint was to build the Grand cathedrals of Europe using the science of architecture and the “operative” skills of Masons.

But if the operative aspect was very tangible, the “speculative” metaphorical use of the blueprint symbol is profound.

The blueprint symbol constitutes an Archetypal Representation of mental creativity in which every detail of the Heart-Mind process is employed to envision every “function” (Thinking, Feeling, Sensing, Intuiting) involved in the moral process of perfecting human agency.

The process involves correlating both operative and speculative dimensions according to the principle of “embodied transduction” [216, 146, 158, 159, 161] and to coordinate an infinite array of skills.

This collective use of the heart-mind process of “Labour” by Master Artisans is the purpose and substance of Masonic Lodge Work which is made possible by affinity of purpose and symbolic ritual in Masonic agency throughout the world.

When the resonant significance of QFT is realized, the lodge-work of numberless “independent” (self-governing) organisms will be seen to be “superconductive”, [160] and superconductivity constitutes the First-Cause dynamic of atomic fusion. [71, 72]

Maps are based on Correspondence


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The blueprints for a skyscraper. A battleship, or a space mission are very complex and very specific. They require the cooperation of a legion of specialists.

Constructing a One-World Government of Conscience—first with the mind and simultaneously in superconductive fact—under the direction of the Grand Architect (the All-Seeing Eye of Cosmic Heart-Mind) and with the skills of a Hierarchy of adepts is also complex and exacting.

The mathematics of such a blueprint can be correlated with Cosmic languages such as Astrology, numerology, physics, chemistry, epigenetics, the world’s oracles, and all the fields of modern science. Like their precursors—the Schools of the Ancient Mysteries [55]—such dedication should be the work of Masonic lodges, but this sacred-level science and dedication is “that which has been lost” to modern Freemasonry.

So, maps are used to create contextual reality with the Law of Correspondence as it is quantified with the geometries of the fundamental cross/circle glyph.

The illustration below conveys the contextual Native-American grid of meaningful correspondences in terms off a metaphorical mandala that is akin to the circumplex.


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Robust science confirms that informed collective human thought forms assist in the creation of coherent reality, so human agency can create a coherent One-World government.

The premise of this chapter is that Cosmos as a sentient Living Organism. This premise is counter-intuitive because its assumptions are founded in the ontology of Quantum Field Theory (QFT) that accords more with mystical science than to longstanding habits of “materialism” which still infect and misdirects culture and science.

The principle of Alchemy and Gnosticism, “As it is above, so it is below”, explains everything in the metaphorical-electromagnetic (EM) language of a “fractal” universal reality.

According to this premise, the structure, functions, and purpose of the human microcosm can be explored in-order to gain access to the Grand Mystery of the Macrocosm.

In other words, human purpose—when understood as reflection by Archetypal Representations (AR)—can lead to understanding of First-Cause Purpose.

Because the cosmic Unified Field appears to be much like a Jungian Dreamscape, this cosmic psychic Be-ness can best be explored using Jung’s principles and methods of dream analysis.

Perhaps the most relevant Jungian aspect for approaching such understanding is Carl Jung’s Amplification Method (compensation) for “discovery of meaning” embedded in the kaleidoscopic “Living Symbols” in dreams.

Jung’s dynamic can be discussed in terms of quantification of a “Jungian Ratio” between archetypes (EM patterns) of the unconscious and archetypal representations (EM patterns) projected in the images (living symbols) of dream dimensions.

What is counter-intuitive is that all QFT “dream dimensions” include not only dreams during sleep but memories, fantasies, hopes, psychic experiences, the so-called “waking dreams” [51] that humans tend to associate with “reality”, and now virtual realities like the Internet and video games.

Stated briefly, the Paradigm Shift is altering human reality into the ontology of a virtual Dreamscape.

Mathematical computation of imaging dynamics in Communication & Information Technologies (ICTs) is well known but it only applies to the surface of images.

Use of “Living Symbols” as the basic dynamic for implementation of Freemasonic Global Government requires computation to synchronize all four levels of human function (Thinking, Feeling, Perceiving, & Intuiting or, respectively, Air, Water, Earth, & Fire).

Moreover, such synchronization goes far beyond psychological exegesis [196] and requires the use of source code algorithms which may prove to be even more accurate than expert psychoanalysis by an intuitive psychiatrist.

In the organism of Cosmos, the structure of QFT reality can be understood as an infinite admixture of sentient resonant holographic organisms—electromagnetic fields [16] that are integrated according to the spectrum and octaves of EM resonances—in which “Wonderland’s” Cheshire Cat grin [19] of First Cause Intention can be found.

Electromagnetic (EM) energy pervades Cosmos and is fractally embedded in those noumenal [1] dimensions that are not yet well-understood.

Therefore, now it is highly appropriate to contemplate quantification of pixel-image dynamics as Jungian Archetypal Representations (AR) in order to access First Cause Intention and Human Purpose.

The technology of “psychological framing” with information and communication technologies (ICTs) has advanced much further than most people know.

Psychological framing with the quasi-psychological advertising techniques of coercion through target-market identification [27, 212] has held the media captive for seventy years and created the cultural ethic of “consumerism” that has reframed Western morality.

This radical transition from “needs based” values to “want-based” values [27] has significance comparable to Jung’s observation about the transition from Spiritual reality to materialistic reality.

Let no one suppose that so radical a change in man’s outlook could be brought about by reasoning and reflection for no chain of reasoning can prove or disprove the existence of either mind or matter.

Both these concepts, as every intelligent man today may ascertain for himself, are mere symbols that stand for something unknown and unexplored, and this something is postulated or denied according to man’s mood and disposition or as the spirit of the age dictates.

There is nothing to prevent the speculative intellect from treating the psyche, on the one hand, as a complicated biochemical phenomenon, and at bottom a mere play of electrons, or, on the other, from regarding the unpredictable behavior of electrons as the sign of mental life even in them.

The fact that a metaphysics of the mind was supplanted in the nineteenth century by a metaphysics of matter, is a mere trick if we consider it as a question for the intellect; yet regarded from the standpoint of psychology, it is an unexampled revolution in man’s outlook upon the world.

Other-worldliness is converted into matter-of-factness; empirical boundaries are set to man’s discussion of every problem, to his choice of purposes, and even to what he calls “meaning.”

Intangible inner happenings seem to have to yield place to things in the external, tangible world, and no value exists if it is not founded on a so-called fact.

Just as formerly the assumption was unquestionable that everything that exists takes its rise from the creative will of a God who is spirit, so the nineteenth century discovered the equally unquestionable truth that everything arises from material causes.

Today the psyche does not build itself a body, but on the contrary, matter, by chemical action, produces the psyche. [80] [174-175]

Manipulation of cultural values with advertising was accomplished with rudimentary psychological dynamics, but the rapid increase in the use of sophisticated “neuro-marketing” dynamics has already perverted governmental morality and governmental efficacy by treating candidates as products to sell.

Neuro-science has now established the fact that human perceptions of ontological “reality”—in a context of the electromagnetic unified field of quantum field theory (QFT)—have the structure of NARRATIVE ARCHITECTURE. [76, 73, 74, 86, 87]

In other words, both conscious and unconscious reality have dramatic structure that can be manipulated with the EM media, so that is why the media is currently saturated with perverse EM dramas that foster the culture of lies and immorality. [27, 126, 128, 142, 155, 565, 157]

Simply stated, this mediated contagion can be healed with benign Masonic morality that has EM resonant agency which is expressed in its actionable symbols:

Truth (the Level), self-government (the Square), and functional behavior (Labour to craft the Temple of global self-government) Conscientious use of symbolism (EM patterns) and the EM dramatic dynamic to influence (reaffirm) cultural values is a powerful new-order tool in the hands of Master Craftsmen.

The dream speaks in [symbolic] images, and gives expression to instincts, that are derived from the most primitive levels of nature [aspects of the collective unconscious like the autonomic nervous system (ANS)].

Consciousness all too easily departs from the law of nature; but it can be brought again into harmony [coherent entrainment (CE)] with the latter by the assimilation of unconscious contents.

By fostering the [CE] process, we lead the [cultural] patient to the rediscovery of the law of [its] own being.

…The way of successive assimilations reaches far beyond the curative results that specifically concern the doctor.

It leads in the end to that distant goal (which may perhaps have been the first urge to life), the bringing into reality of the whole human being—that is, individuation.” [80 (26)]

The Masonic principle of self-government guided by First-Cause Intention at both personal and collective scales can now be reiterated in unlimited media dramas that have benign EM agency [142, 157, 158, 159, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170] ; i.e., such dramas have spontaneous resonant impact on viewers without coercion of their free-will [156].

“Disruption in the spiritual life of an age shows the same pattern as radical change in an individual.” [80 (202)]

Such dramas comprise an infinity of energetic unified-fields—in the form of “personal/collective dramas”—which can provide the content for holographic self-government (What Maharishi Mahesh Yogi calls the self-referral dynamic of conscience).

Good dramatic structure was defined by Plato who established the “framework” (character, exposition, lysis) that is a problem-solving formula widely in use. [73, 80, 86, 87]

Jung found that most dreams show a certain similarity of structure. Unlike Freud, he believes that they form a self-contained whole, a dramatic action which can meaningfully be broken down into the elements of a Greek play.

(1) Place, time, dramatis personae: this is the beginning of the dream, which often indicates the scene of action and the cast of characters.

(2) Exposition or statement of the problem. Here is presented the central content: the unconscious frames the question to which it will reply in the course of the dream;

(3) Peripety this is the “backbone” of the dream; the plot is woven, the action moves toward a climax, transformation, or catastrophe;

(4) Lysis, the solution, the outcome of the dream, its meaningful conclusion and the disclosure of its compensatory message.

This rough pattern, on which most dreams are constructed, forms a suitable basis for interpretation. (author’s italics) [73 (83)]

The salient feature of Plato’s dramatic architecture is “plot” which unfolds from “exposition” (statement of a story’s problem) to lysis (resolution of the story’s problem) with adherence to “premise” [179, 48 (69)].

Andrew Glassner [48] discusses these storytelling dynamics in his book, Interactive Storytelling, which is unique in its translation of psychological dynamics into the dramatic dynamics of “premise” (69), “plot sequence” (117, 228, 338), and “view sequence” (117, 228, 338) all of which are in-accord with the Jungian Ratio that measures “tension” between archetypes of the unconscious and Archetypal Representations that are relatively “conscious” projections.

The significance of this fact is that—with the emergent media-age of virtual illusion—humans now have the power to frame reality directly with their thoughts and indirectly with the technological media.

Such “agency” is uniquely Masonic because Freemasonry is about practical attunement of personal (contextual) reality with FIRST CAUSE INTENTION (FCI).

Such attunement defines the nature of One-World Freemasonic Government that exists in a state of “coherent entrainment” with First Cause Intention.

“In complex globally coherent systems, such as human beings, there is an incredible amount of activity at every level of magnification or scale that spans more than two-thirds of the 73 known octaves of the electromagnetic spectrum” [104 (11), 64].

Because coherence can now be measured in terms of EM “wave functions”, frequency patterns can be converted into “remedies” to address the infinite existential disharmony of the media-field.

Schafer has correlated Homeopathic healing with EM healing [145 (397-425), 152]

Proof of this fact can be stipulated with the very existence of the media-field that exemplifies this EM resonant human creativity. What is not currently “known”, or yet deduced, is that this human creation—like a Jungian dreamscape—can provide “meaningful insight” as to both human and divine PURPOSE.

The media-field is structurally framed to accomplish meaningful insight about FIRST CAUSE INTENTION (FCI).

That divinely inspired FCI exists for the purpose of creating “responsible embodied transduction of EM energies” into an essentially humanitarian resonant quality in the dimension of material form—the form of government in particular.

The virtual media-field is the best example of this “embodied” purpose, but the toxic state of the media reflects a serious failure of responsibility for creating FCI COHERENT ENTRAINMENT (universal harmony).

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About the Author



Professor Schafer originated the emergent field of research on the psychological dynamics of the media-sphere emphasizing neurolinguistic processes inherent to the dramatic architecture in PSYCHecology games (PEGs).

He has defined the dramatic-metaphorical common denominator in several dimensions of the quantum-fractal Field of physics and theoretically correlated Bohm's holographic universe with Pribram's holographic brain.

Combining concepts of physics, Jungian dream therapy, heart rate coherence, biogeometry, communication & information technology, and Plato's Sacred Geometry, he has developed a source code for PEGs that--in addition to rhetorical dynamics--includes Plato's asymmetrical sacred geometry embodied "intentional" transduction (chakras), & dynamics of mediated psychological projection (Jung's archetypal representations).

He has established a correlation between the processes of Jungian "Compensation" (defined as Individuation achieved with coherence between archetypes and archetypal representations), "heart-rate coherence" (defined as heart-rate variability--HRV), and the "Flow" phenomenon to be applied to the media-sphere (analog for the Jungian "Dream-scape") as an antidote for electromagnetic pandemics.

The significance of such a correlation is that it allows for the healing of unconscious psyche.

He is developing a theoretical framework in which a genre of PEG may be used to research media biofeedback rubrics in order to heal contextual collectives.

Professor Schafer has designed and taught numerous innovative courses (over 230 sections) that synthesize cognitive psychology, neuromarketing, media ethics, mythology, Jungian principles of dream analysis, and interactive storytelling.

To a degree, all of his classes reflect his longtime interest in human motivation, mass communication, and cultural transformation.

He edited the books, Media Models to Foster Collective Coherence in the Psychecology (2019), Exploring the Cognitive Unconscious in the Age of Digital Media (2016).

He also published the books, Generating a Superconductive Culture of Conscience (2017), & Gaming Cultural Atonement (2018). He has published nearly 100 innovative research papers based on media psychology and the rhetorical dynamics underlying the neuro linguistics.

Schafer has presented papers at numerous international conferences: Center for Consciousness Research, Game Education Summits (GES), Game Developers Conference Online (AGDC), the Asia Festival, Hong Kong, & the Serious Play Conference as well as numerous other invitations from EUROSIS and others.

Professor Schafer’s calling in life has been to assert Living Ethics into collective human agency, so to contribute to the coherent quality of humanity’s energy frequency.

During the 1960s—the beginnings of the Aquarian age with its quantum-media revolution—his efforts were focused on a congeries of projects based on creating synchronicity among scientific-esoteric-psychic perspectives on ontology/epistemology.

He discovered a relatively coherent model—like the unfinished pyramid—in global Freemasonry.

He has edited three books (, written two more, and published over 100 research papers on this unorthodox subject.

Generating A Superconductive Culture of Conscience

By: Stephen Brock Schafer

During the beginnings of an age of illusion, how is a conscientious soul to discern the truth?

At a time when the infinite illusions of the collective unconscious are constantly projected into the superconductive Media-sphere and from there translated into perceived reality where they become cultural world-views, how can the benign soul make authentic choices?

With hindsight about the predictable fallibility of human perceptions, delinquencies, and self-serving choices and actions, how can righteous laws be designed?

In an era of technologically amplified lies where a kleptocratic oligarchy of the moneyed elite understands the dynamic whereby lies become true, what are the potentials for realizing a global, superconductive culture of conscience?

What are the chances for survival of life on Earth?

What are the prospects for maintenance of the dignity of all life in a Psychecology?

What generative powers within the psyche collude to create you and me?

And what do these cryptic powers have to say about our humanity, our imagination or the emotional logic of the human heart?


Exploring the Collective Unconscious in the Age of Digital Media

By: Stephen Brock Schafer

For decades we have witnessed the emergence of a media age of illusion that is based on the principles of physicsthe multidimensionality, immateriality, and non-locality of the unified field of energy and informationas a virtual reality.

As a result, a new paradigm shift has reframed the cognitive unconscious of individuals and collectives and generated a worldview in which mediated illusion prevails.

Exploring the Collective Unconscious in a Digital Age investigates the cognitive significance of an altered mediated reality that appears to have all the dimensions of a dreamscape.

This book presents the idea that if the digital media-sphere proves to be structurally and functionally analogous to a dreamscape, the Collective Unconscious researched by Carl Jung and the Cognitive Unconscious researched by George Lakoff are susceptible to research according to the parameters of hard science.

This pivotal research-based publication is ideally designed for use by psychologists, theorists, researchers, and graduate-level students studying human cognition and the influence of the digital media revolution.


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Carl Jung's Living Symbols P.8

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Carl Jung's Living Symbols P.7

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Carl Jung's Living Symbols P.6

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Quantifying one-world government of “conscience” with archetypal representations. Jung’s “living Symbols” are the key to organic One-World Freemasonic Government; i.e., The Grand Mystery of operative Freemasonic Labour is that generic Freemasonry is embedded with the DNA archetype for One-World Self-Governance - an insightful view by Professor Stephen Schafer

Carl Jung's Living Symbols P.3

Jung’s “living Symbols” are the key to organic One-World Freemasonic Government; i.e., The Grand Mystery of operative Freemasonic Labour is that generic Freemasonry is embedded with the DNA archetype for One-World Self-Governance - an insightful view by Professor Stephen Schafer

Carl Jung's Living Symbols P.2

Jung’s “living Symbols” are the key to organic One-World Freemasonic Government; i.e., The Grand Mystery of operative Freemasonic Labour is that generic Freemasonry is embedded with the DNA archetype for One-World Self-Governance - an insightful view by Professor Stephen Schafer

Carl Jung's Living Symbols P.1

Jung’s “living Symbols” are the key to organic One-World Freemasonic Government; i.e., The Grand Mystery of operative Freemasonic Labour is that generic Freemasonry is embedded with the DNA archetype for One-World Self-Governance - an insightful view by Professor Stephen Schafer

Carl Jung’s “Living Symbols”

Jung’s “living Symbols” are the key to organic One-World Freemasonic Government; i.e., The Grand Mystery of operative Freemasonic Labour is that generic Freemasonry is embedded with the DNA archetype for One-World Self-Governance - an insightful view of Jung's work by Professor Stephen Schafer

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Dive into a spiritual journey where self-awareness is the key to enlightenment. The Gospel of Thomas and Masonic teachings converge on the profound truth that the path to transcendent wisdom lies within us. Embrace a diversified understanding of spirituality, emphasizing introspection as the gateway to a universally respected enlightenment. Explore, understand, transcend.

Philosophy the Science of Estimating Values

Philosophy is the science of estimating values. The superiority of any state or substance over another is determined by philosophy. By assigning a position of primary importance to what remains when all that is secondary has been removed, philosophy thus becomes the true index of priority or emphasis in the realm of speculative thought. The mission of philosophy a priori is to establish the relation of manifested things to their invisible ultimate cause or nature.

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Unlocking the Mysteries: The Surprising Connection Between Freemasonry and Astrologers Revealed! Delve into the intriguing world of Freemasonry and explore its ties to astrological practices. Discover how these two distinct realms intersect, offering a fascinating glimpse into the esoteric interests of some Freemasons. Uncover the hidden links and unravel the enigmatic bond between Freemasonry and astrologers!


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Freemasonry and Gnosticism

The enigmatic allure of Freemasonry's ancient rituals and Gnosticism's search for hidden knowledge capture the human spirit's endless quest for enlightenment. Between the stonemason's square and the Gnostic's divine spark lies a tantalizing intersection of philosophy, spirituality, and the pursuit of esoteric wisdom. Both traditions beckon with the promise of deeper understanding and moral elevation, inviting those who are drawn to unravel the tapestries of symbols and allegories. Whether through the fellowship of the lodge or the introspective journey of the soul, the paths of Freemasonry and Gnosticism represent a yearning to connect with something greater than ourselves—an impulse as old as time and as compelling as the mysteries they guard.

Theosophy & Freemasonry

Embark on a journey through time and spirituality with our in-depth exploration of the Theosophical Society's Seal. This ancient emblem, rich with symbols, bridges humanity with the cosmos, echoing through the world's great faiths and diverse cultures. Our paper delves into the six mystical symbols, untangling their profound meanings and tracing their presence in historic art worldwide. Unaffiliated with worldly movements, these symbols open a window to esoteric wisdom. We also probe potential parallels with Freemasonry, seeking threads that might connect these storied organizations. Join us in unveiling the universal language of the spirit encoded within this enigmatic Seal.

Achieving Self-Dominance

Discover the pathway to divine oneness through the concept of self-dominance. This thought-provoking essay explores the profound connection between self-control, spiritual growth, and achieving unity with the divine essence. With an interdisciplinary approach, it offers practical steps towards expanding consciousness and deepening our understanding of the divine.

The Winding Staircase and its Kabbalistic Path

The Winding Staircase in freemasonry is a renowned symbol of enlightenment. In this article, we explore its connection to Kabbalistic thought and how it mirrors the inner growth of a candidate as he progresses throughout his Masonic journey. From faith and discipline in Binah, to strength and discernment in Geburah, and finally to victory and emotional intuition in Netzach, each step represents a crucial aspect of personal development. Join us as we delve into the esoteric meanings of this powerful symbol.

Capitular Masonry

Unravel the mystic origins of Capitular Masonry, a secretive Freemasonry branch. Explore its evolution, symbolic degrees, and the Royal Arch's mysteries. Discover the Keystone's significance in this enlightening journey through Masonic wisdom, culminating in the ethereal Holy Royal Arch.

Reflections on the Second Degree Work

Bro. Draško Miletić offers his reflections on his Second Degree Work – using metaphor, allegory and symbolism to understand the challenges we face as a Fellow Craft Mason to perfect the rough ashlar.

Diversity and Universality of Masonic Work

Explore the rich tapestry of Masonic work, a testament to diversity and universality. Uncover its evolution through the 18th century, from the stabilization of Symbolic Freemasonry to the advent of Scottish rite and the birth of Great Continental Rites. Dive into this fascinating journey of Masonic systems, a unique blend of tradition and innovation. Antonio Jorge explores the diversity and universality of Masonic Work

Nonsense as a Factor in Soul Growth

Although written 100 years ago, this article on retaining humour as a means of self-development and soul growth is as pertinent today as it was then! Let us remember the words of an ancient philosopher who said, when referring to the court jester of a king, “It takes the brightest man in all the land to make the greatest fool.”

Freemasonry: The Robe of Blue and Gold

Three Fates weave this living garment and man himself is the creator of his fates. The triple thread of thought, action, and desire binds him when he enters into the sacred place or seeks admittance to the Lodge, but later this same cord is woven into the wedding garment whose purified folds shroud the sacred spark of his being. - Manly P Hall

The Path to Human Flourishing

By such a prudent and well regulated course of discipline as may best conduce to the preservation of your corporal and metal faculties in the fullest energy, thereby enabling you to exercise those talents wherewith god has blessed you to his glory and the welfare of your fellow creatures.

The Philosophy of Freemasonry

Jacob Ernst's 1870 treatise on the Philosophy of Freemasonry - The theory of Freemasonry is based upon the practice of virtuous principles, inculcating the highest standard of moral excellence.

Alchemy and Freemasonry

Alchemy, like Freemasonry, has two aspects, material and spiritual; the lower aspect being looked upon by initiates as symbolic of the higher. “Gold” is used as a symbol of perfection and the earlier traces of Alchemy are philosophical. A Lecture read before the Albert Edward Rose Croix Chapter No. 87 in 1949. by Ill. Bro. S. H. Perry 32°

The State of Being

The spirit of the Renaissance is long gone and today's globalized and hesitant man, no matter ideology and confession, is the one that is deprived of resoluteness, of decision making, the one whose opinion doesn't matter. Article by Draško Miletić,

A Mason's Work in the First Degree

Every Mason's experiences are unique - here writer and artist Draško Miletić shares insights from his First Degree Work.

Initiation and the Lucis Trust

The approach of the Lucis Trust to initiation may differ slightly to other Western Esoteric systems and Freemasonry, but the foundation of training for the neophyte to build good moral character and act in useful service to humanity is universal.

Who were the Élus Coëns

Who were the mysterious 18th century Élus Coëns – a.k.a The Order of Knight-Masons Elect Priests of the Universe – and why did they influence so many other esoteric and para-Masonic Orders?

Blackheath Degrees

Bro. Chris Hatton gives us his personal reflections on the history of the 'house at Blackheath and the Blackheath Orders', in this wonderful tribute to Andrew Stephenson, a remarkable man and Mason.

Book Review - Cagliostro the Unknown Master

The book review of the Cagliostro the Unknown Master, by the Editor of the book

Freemasonry and Egyptomania

We explore fascinating and somewhat contentious historical interpretations that Freemasonry originated in ancient Egypt.

Is Freemasonry Esoteric?

Is Freemasonry esoteric? Yes, no, maybe!

Egyptian Rite

Egyptian Freemasonry, founder Cagliostro was famed throughout eighteenth century Europe for his reputation as a healer and alchemist

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