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The Secret Science of Masonic Initiation

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Freemasonry has a deep purpose which can be overlooked in the rush of the modern world. Its ritual says it is a high and serious subject. But how can an individual discover the truths it outlines? Robert Lomas has spent thirty years as a university teacher, and twenty years studying Freemasonry. In this book he shares his personal insight into the Craft and outlines the st ...more
ebook, 116 pages
Published August 19th 2014 by Weiser Books (first published June 29th 2009)
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Feb 09, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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For thousands of years human civilizations have used Initiations or rites of passages as a way to transform their young males into men. The idea being that having them experience something that takes them far outside their comfort zone long enough to teach certain truths about reality that can only be understood through experience.

Western Civilization has largely abandoned this tradition, and partly as a result we have a lot man-boys who never completely mature psychologically or spiritually. Fr
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Madhavan Parthasarthy
Explores the concept of non-duality prevalent in many Eastern philosophies. While it was an interesting read overall, there were too many leaps of logic that were unsubstantiated. Lomas' writing style is at times rigid and dry. By contrast, Manly Hall explores many of the same topics in The Lost Keys of Freemasonry, which is better written, more colorful in description, and a more enjoyable read.
david blumenshine
clear, insightful, and high minded, Lomas' work not only opens the initiate up to great depths (heights) of pursuing that Bright Morning Star, he allows the initiative of the reader to follow the path of consciousness further with reference points, if one is keen enough to continue. recommended for all Masters, new and old.
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