Freemasonic


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Free`ma`son´ic


a.1.Pertaining to, or resembling, the institutions or the practices of freemasons; as, a freemasonic signal.
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On the one hand, philosophers lato sensu who were eager to improve natural knowledge, to grow spiritually and to transform society, gathered in Freemasonic (esoterical) brotherhoods while scientists stricto sensu converged in the Royal (exoterical) Society to promote "Physico-Mathematical Experimental Learning" and social (essentially material) progress.
47) To be sure, both organizations included induction rituals based on a seemingly Freemasonic precedent, but a direct link between the ritual of Nauvoo and Voree/ Beaver Island is unproven.
Johnson skillfully demonstrates that Lamb's freemasonic connections guided his plans for Romulus, which he designed to include sporting grounds, a concert hall, and a "first-class theater" (10).
Christianity, ridiculed by the rising scientific materialism and the humanistic ideas of freemasonic lodges and governments, still represented culture and civility--"Every major question in history is a religious question.
Donations to Royal Freemasonic Hospital, c/o Arthur C Towner Ltd, 19-20 Station Road, Bexhill-on-Sea, TN40 IRE.
The Sindh Wildlife Conservation Building, located in Saddar, served as a Freemasonic Lodge until it was taken over by the government.
The Freemasonic fraternity is preparing itself for the onslaught of attention and accusations it might face after the release.
Having already contemplated the possibility of infiltrating the freemasonic bodies of Western Europe and then taking control of them, Weishaupt and his brilliant disciple, Baron Adolf von Knigge (Philo), at last had their chance.
In 'Live and Let Die' we have the snakes, voodoo, Baron Samedi and Tarot cards with the initials JB (James Bond) on them for Jachin and Boaz, the Freemasonic pillars from the Temple of Solomon.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's opera "The Magic Flute," which opens Saturday at the Hult Center for a three-day run by Eugene Opera, is a cultural smorgasbord of beautiful music, strange storytelling and obscure Freemasonic trivia.