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A good set of books to read

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posted on Sep, 16 2005 @ 05:37 PM
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Originally posted by TgSoe

Originally posted by Tamahu
I have not read this yet myself; though I will eventually.


The Secrets of Freemasonry




Save your money. I have that book and would be glad to give it to you as I don't wish to keep it in my Library.




Perhaps it is because you didn't understand it?


The reason I posted this link, is so that Elijah Muhammad's teachings can be understood in the context of what Amir Fatir is teaching(as in this lecture for example).


I have no reason to believe that the teachings of The Nation of Islam are meant to be taken literally(for the most part anyway), as what I've studied in the Supreme Wisdom Lessons(as interpreted by utilizing the right-hemisphere of the brain and the Consciousness, as opposed to just the intellect and sensual mind) coincides with many of the teachings found in Gnosis and Smai Tawi/Yoga.


The reason I suggested "The Secrets of Freemasonry" without having read it, is because I already have an idea of what to expect from this book(though I'm sure I'll still learn quite a bit from it).


I invite you to go deeper into the symbolic Esoterism of Hiram Abiff and the Three Traitors.


Though I have not yet confirmed the book order I'm about to place; so if you don't want to take a second look at said book, in light of all this; I'd be willing to take it off your hands since it is apparently so worthless to you.




Hotep





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posted on Sep, 16 2005 @ 07:23 PM
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by Tamahu
The reason I posted this link, is so that Elijah Muhammad's teachings can be understood in the context of what Amir Fatir is teaching(as in this lecture for example).


I have no reason to believe that the teachings of The Nation of Islam are meant to be taken literally(for the most part anyway), as what I've studied in the Supreme Wisdom Lessons(as interpreted by utilizing the right-hemisphere of the brain and the Consciousness, as opposed to just the intellect and sensual mind) coincides with many of the teachings found in Gnosis and Smai Tawi/Yoga.


The reason I suggested "The Secrets of Freemasonry" without having read it, is because I already have an idea of what to expect from this book(though I'm sure I'll still learn quite a bit from it).


I invite you to go deeper into the symbolic Esoterism of Hiram Abiff and the Three Traitors.

Though I have not yet confirmed the book order I'm about to place; so if you don't want to take a second look at said book, in light of all this; I'd be willing to take it off your hands since it is apparently so worthless to you.



Well I may have scoffed to soon as a fool scoffeth, wouldn't be t he first time. I don't seem to be able to find it right now otherwise I'd be glad to send it to you. I like to have never got through that short little book. After I finally suffered through it, it was like I don't get it, where's the Big Secret to Freemasonry? Maybe I should give it another try.



 
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