“There is only one dogma in Magic, and it is this: The visible is the manifestation of the invisible, or in other terms, the perfect word, in things appreciable and visible, bears an exact proportion to the things which are inappreciable by our senses and unseen by our eyes.”
The quest for “that which as been lost” is key to the entire system of freemasonry. W.L.Wilmshurst states:
“What it is that has been lost is not explicitly declared, but is implied and is stated to form "the genuine secrets of a Master Mason.” It is the loss of a word, or rather of The Word, the Divine Logos, or basic root of our own being. In other words the soul of man has ceased to be God-conscious and has degenerated into the limited terrestrial consciousness of the ordinary human being.“
yall I just wanna say, if you haven’t studied very far into economics, you shouldn’t really lmao be saying much about it like as a field … because everything they teach you in the beginning of economics is … mostly if not completely discounted later on.
They teach you basic algebra pretty much in the first steps of economics … and from there you can build on it. But like …. everything you learn in the first parts of economics, even into like junior year economics in undergrad is still fucking decimated once you learn more advanced mathematics.
And some universities like literally don’t even require enough math in your undergrad econ degree for you to do masters in econ at other schools, like if you wanna talk economics, you aren’t going to get very far without at least knowing multi-variable calc, linear algebra, and differential equations, which are like ~sophomore~ ish level math classes for a math major usually.
But like all the professors I had for econ were math majors in undergrad because you literally can’t do most economics without a pretty decent understanding of mathematics. I’ve even seen straight up topology used in econ works.
just whipping out things like “lol heres supply meeting demand” no one fucking uses that, it’s not realistic, it’s not even like … appropriate math you’d use for econ lmao, it’s just bad.
And there are so many different fields of economics that you can’t and shouldn’t make blanket statements about it except fuck george mason’s econ department, it’s total shit. you can make that blanket statement lmao. but that’s about it.
I honestly, to my core, don’t know why they teach some of this shit in the first place. I guess for ~pure theory~ but honestly it’s a goddamn tragedy getting all these edgelords out of their 200 level econ classes thinking they know how the world works.
“Rainbow imagery appears in Masonic symbolism and is associated with falling comets and the Flood. The above image is taken from an old Masonic tracing board that was used to instruct Freemasons in the ancient traditions of the order. At the top a hand appears from the sky holding a dagger, which is known to be an extremely old symbol for a comet. Around the hand, sea waves are depicted, possibly symbolizing the top of the waters when the floodwaters struck. In the center we are shown a rainbow containing the five-pointed star (pentagram) which is a representation of Venus, the morning star which symbolizes rebirth in Judaism, Freemasonry and many other ancient traditions. Below the rainbow is the burning bush, from which God is said to have spoken to Moses in the Sinai, and below that is an underground cavern which must have been the only sanctuary during the dark, cold and very wet months after the comet impact.”
Some scientists theorize based on research of tektites (small glassy stones found around the earth) that approximately 10,000 years ago during the Holocene period, 7 large fragments from a comet that had broken up hit primarily the oceans of the world (Image 2).
Image 1- Old masonic tracing board showing comet, Venus, rainbow and cave motifs.
Image 2- Impact sites of the comet that broke up and hit the earth approximately 10,000 years ago. This event would have causes catastrophic flooding and death around the entire globe at that time.
Source - Uriel’s Machine by Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas
The Ouroboros or Uroboros (/jʊərɵˈbɒrəs/; /ɔːˈrɒbɔrəs/, from the Greek οὐροβόρος ὄφις tail-devouring snake) is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon eating its own tail.
According to the Teachings of H.P. Blavatsky the Ouroboros symbolizes:
(1) Eternity, such as in Hinduism where the great serpent Ananta-Shesha, who some portray as having seven heads and others as being thousand-headed, represents Eternity and Infinity itself.
(2) The never-ending cycle of evolution within the Eternity
(3) The “circle of necessity” of the Egyptians or the numerous reincarnations of the soul throughout its cyclic evolutionary journey, periodically casting off its temporary body just as the serpent periodically casts off its skin.
(4) Wisdom, the serpent having always been the chief symbol of wisdom in all nations throughout history and revered as such in all the religions and philosophies of the world except theological Christianity. Yet Christ himself is recorded as using the ancient symbolism, which was perfectly known throughout the Middle East, when saying “Be ye wise as serpents and harmless as doves.” In Sanskrit the word “naga,” meaning serpent, is also a synonym for “initiate,” one who has been initiated into the Mysteries of the Esoteric Wisdom.
(5) The circle is also the ancient symbol of perfection.
The orbit of Venus is such that it produces a very strange but interesting effect when viewed from Earth against the backdrop of fixed stars that we know as the zodiac. The planet appears to move in the form of a five-pointed star (pentagram) with the sun at it’s center, taking a 40-year cycle to repeat the process…if one knows the position of Venus, one knows the time and date to a precision measured in seconds over hundreds of years.
Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas- Uriel’s Machine
Image 1- Egyptian hieroglyphs that incorporate the five-pointed star to demonstrate knowledge.
Image 2- Venus draws the shape of a pentagram as it progress through the zodiac.
El silencio prudente a todos beneficia. El maestro habla solo cuando debe de hablar. Es así como el aprendiz comprende la intención del maestro, pues su silencio es moderado y su palabra llena de mesura. Sin silencio no hay crecimiento, pues en el silencio se escucha y se valora al otro, se aprende a decifrar la luz, y calmada mente se le contempla…analizándola, concentrándonos en ella. El silencio, asimismo representa discreción. Dentro de una logia se puede suponer que se no serán habladas otras cosas mas que aquellas que alienten al propio desarrollo. Hay un compromiso personal que nos impulsa a hablar menos (discretos) y actuar más en pos de nuestra logia y de la fraternidad universal. El juramento al inicio de nuestra vida implica callar todo aquello que sea tratado en la orden del mundo profano. Las personas suelen se dueños de sus silencios y esclavos de sus palabras. Que no se calle por miedo, sino por templanza y fortaleza de espíritu, y sobre todo por libertad propia, pues “el hombre es dueño de su silencio”, entonces su palabra será usada de la manera adecuada y en el momento adecuado. Los hermanos ponen de su parte cuando consideran que pueden hacerlo, y aportan algo, hablan. Aún cuando los conocimientos masonicos sean escasos, el aprendiz puede contribuir al desarrollo del taller.