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A student of the Western Mystery tradition (Western Esotericism), Greg (Gregory) B. Stewart has explored the rites of initiation through a variety of initiatory systems with the express goal of understanding the deeper meaning behind them. In that process, Greg’s exploration has converged with mainstream and esoteric religious traditions, rituals of religious practice and their intersecting undercurrents. Now, on the other side of that journey, the focus of his attention is on how those intersections relate to the Great Work — a subject he explores in his book series on the Symbolic Lodge.

As devoted student of the esoteric, Greg is a firm believer in the Masonic connection to the Hermetic traditions of antiquity, its evolution through the a
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Whence came the Moral Law in Freemasonry?

The Moral Law is a foundational aspect of the Fraternity if Freemasonry. Anderson uses the phrase in his Constitution of 1723 without any explanation of what exactly he means in his phrasing of it.  And, increasingly, it is being used as a de facto totem of decision making in violation of litigation and jurisdictional disputes. But […]

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Gregory Stewart Funny you should ask, I was just about to write a review on it as I finished it a couple of weeks back and just haven't set thought to computer yet. In a nutshell, its a very good book, a counter point to Hall's Secret Teaching with both feet on the ground.

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Isaiah Coffey Did you ever finish that book "Hidden Wisdom" that you were reading last year? If so, how was it and what did you gain from it? Keep the mind attuned to a positive frequency!


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