Rediscovering The Ancient Occult Doctrine Secretly Encoded By The Freemasons Into Gothic Cathedral Architecture
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THEIR COMMON BLUEPRINT
Reveals The Ancient And Powerful
Lost Wisdom Of The Freemasons
FROM THE DESK OF RICHARD CASSARO
Dear World Explorer:
The ancient and heretical “secret doctrine of the Freemasons” lies encoded in the architecture of the world’s gothic cathedrals—unknown to scholars.
These cathedrals were designed and built by medieval operative Freemasons.
The repeating facade you see above, for example, is a giant hieroglyph in stone, an ancient blueprint with a deeper meaning.
The blueprint can be deciphered to reveal a powerful occult wisdom-tradition, which has been safeguarded since antiquity by the Freemasons.
Decoding Masonic Cathedral Architecture
Conspiracy theorists say the Freemasons are an evil cabal aiming to take over the entire world.
Whether true or not, the Freemasons of today bear little resemblance to the cathedral-building Order of yesteryear.
For one thing, the Freemasons are no longer active craftsmen; “operative” Freemasonry has been replaced by “speculative” Freemasonry.
During this transition, the Order’s “Great Secret”—once described by writers like Thomas Paine—has reportedly vanished:
“It is always understood that the Freemasons have a secret which they carefully conceal…”
—Thomas Paine, An Essay On The Origin Of Freemasonry, 1818
This loss has left five million modern Masons worldwide clueless as to their Order’s true origins and purpose.
All that’s left is an empty set of meaningless rituals, ceremonies, and symbols, along with “substitute secrets” usually associated with “faith, hope and charity”:
“Not only are the origins of Freemasonry no longer known, but the ‘true secrets’ of the order are admitted to have been lost, with ‘substituted secrets’ being used in their place in Masonic ceremony…”
—Freemasons Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas, The Hiram Key, 1997
For decades researchers have tried to recover the Order’s lost wisdom.
Yet, in what is an academically confusing move, most have shown a stark disinterest in architecture, the primary art of the original Masons and the organization’s namesake.
“It is generally believed in occult circles that… medieval masons had inherited esoteric knowledge… and that this knowledge was incorporated into the sacred architecture of the cathedrals.”
—Michael Howard, The Occult Conspiracy, 1989
Few studies successfully “decode” Masonic architecture, and none have discovered the repeating architecture pattern (the “Cathedral Code”) shown above.
The key to breaking the code is hidden in the “Triptych” architectural portal.
The Freemasons knew a stunning truth about this architectural Triptych that scholars and archaeologists are totally unaware of.
This truth is that the Triptych stretches back to the farthest reaches of Antiquity.
Incredibly, it was universally constructed by history’s first civilizations, as shown here:
Triptychs are still visible in temple ruins and important landmarks worldwide.
The Triptych appears in a staggeringly vast number of ancient cultures—a discovery that has the potential to rewrite ancient history!
It evokes groundbreaking new questions that challenge our understanding of Antiquity—questions that modern scholars and researchers have been unwilling or unable to raise:
How could these varied cultures have built the exact same types of Triptych Temples, separated as they are by vast space and time?
Could it be that the Triptych symbolizes a common idea, universal wisdom, or parallel doctrine that was mysteriously shared by all of them, and that this doctrine was slowly forgotten over the millennia, but carried clandestinely into the current era by the age-old Freemasons?
The Freemasons memorialized the secret of the Triptych not only on cathedrals, but on Masonic lodges and Masonic temples:
St. John’s Masonic Temple, Newfoundland, 1894.
Amazingly, the Freemasons are not the only secret society to celebrate the Triptych.Yale University’s Skull & Bones built the Triptych onto the façade of their famous “Tomb” headquarters in New Haven, Connecticut:
Skull & Bones Tomb, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1856.
Another Secret Society, the Shriners, built the Triptych onto the façade of their Washington D.C. headquarters:
The Almas Temple, facing Franklin Square, located at 1315 K St NW, Washington, DC.
We can also see the Triptych on the facade of yet another Secret Society headquarters, the Knights of Pythias in New York City:
The Pythian Temple 135 West 70th Street, Manhattan, New York.
This suggests a common denominator behind all of these Secret Societies!
Are all of them based on the same Triptych wisdom of Antiquity, later inherited by the medieval cathedral-building Freemasons?
Note how the Triptych places emphasis on the number three—a tremendously special number in Freemasonry:
They designed the surrounding architecture to explain the ancient Triptych’s full meaning!Incredibly, the Freemasons did more than merely memorialize the Triptych in the Gothic cathedral façade.
Learn the secret meaning of this giant hieroglyph in stone, and see how its wisdom once formed a Universal Religion in Antiquity, once known to every ancient empire on earth.
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As we recover the truth about history, we will slowly become awakened to our own hidden potential.
Freemasonry’s lost secret wisdom is as applicable to our own spiritual lives today as it was to our ancestors thousands of years ago.
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