How The Secret “Triptych” Architecture Of The Shriners Organization Reveals The Order’s Esoteric Meaning…And Its Link To Freemasonry

In this brief blog post you’re going to discover one powerful fact—the Shriners organization incorporated what I call the ancient “Triptych” design in their most important architectural works.

They did this because the Shriners organization—the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (commonly known as Shriners and established in 1870 is an appendant body to Freemasonry)—has the same ultimate purpose and meaning of the Freemasons, from whom it spun off.

This purpose is to quietly—or, better, “secretly”—preserve the ancient Triptych’s meaning, and to carry this powerful meaning into modern times.

What is the ancient Triptych, and what does it stand for?

If you’ve been following my blog you already know that I’ve discovered that the ancient Triptych—a three-in-one architectural pattern formed by three arches or doorways, with the center arch or doorway larger than the two flanking it—symbolizes an enigmatic “Sacred Science” wisdom-teaching that was once mysteriously shared by history’s earliest civilizations.

Here is an example of the Triptych architectural pattern, this one’s from ancient Rome:

(Triumphal arches were structures in the shape of a monumental archway, in theory built to celebrate a victory in war.)
(Triumphal arches were structures in the shape of a monumental archway, in theory built to celebrate a victory in war.)

Here is an example of the Triptych from ancient China:

(A Temple of Confucius or Confucian temple is often described as a temple devoted to the memory of Confucius and the sages and philosophers of Confucianism.)
(A Temple of Confucius or Confucian temple is often described as a temple devoted to the memory of Confucius and the sages and philosophers of Confucianism.)

Here is an example of the Triptych from ancient Mexico:

(These Corbel Arches in Tonina were built by the Mayans.)
(These Corbel Arches in Tonina were built by the Mayans.)

Here is an example of the Triptych from ancient Persia:

(The Caliphal Palace was built by the caliph al-Mu`tasim in 836, and finally abandoned about 895. It is one of the largest imperial palaces to have survived from ancient times.)
(The Caliphal Palace was built by the caliph al-Mu`tasim in 836, and finally abandoned about 895. It is one of the largest imperial palaces to have survived from ancient times.)

To see more examples of ancient Triptychs all around the world visit www.DeeperTruth.com

Now, with these ancient Triptychs fresh on your mind, notice how a powerful “modern” Triptych forms the front of the main headquarters of the Shriners headquarters in Washington DC:

(The Shrine of North America has been a part of the Washington Downtown area since 1886.)
(The Shrine of North America has been a part of the Washington Downtown area since 1886.)

Below is another example of “Triptych” Shriner architecture. This is the famous Fox Theater in Atlanta, Georgia, now an important historical landmark:

(The Fox Theatre (often marketed  as the Fabulous Fox) in Atlanta, Georgia is one of the grand movie palaces built in the United States in the 1920s.)
(The Fox Theatre—often marketed as the Fabulous Fox—in Atlanta, Georgia is one of the grand movie palaces built in the United States in the 1920s.)

There are plenty more examples of modern-day Triptychs built by and connected to the Shriners Organization.

Why did the Shriners use the Triptych?

Because the Shriners organization is just like the Freemasons—established to preserve and protect the same ancient Sacred Science wisdom-teaching.

This Sacred Science is not for everyone; it endows seekers (if they’ve been suitably prepared) with the knowledge (gnosis) and ability “see” their soul inside their own body…and become illuminated by the experience of their own true immortality and eternal divinity.

The practice is akin to awakening your Third Eye, which you can learn more about here: http://www.deepertruth.com/journal/article-2.html

For more, visit www.DeeperTruth.com and download my free PDF Report: Breaking The Cathedral Code.

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