posted on Feb, 2 2008 @ 12:05 AM
Eeek TrinityMan, how did you get a warning? That just doesn't seem fair. Is there some way I can give you "props" and off-set the warning??
Anyways, HAL, Look forward to the pics. I thought British Freemasons were mostly York Rite? Are the York Rite degrees written on that floor too? The
glowing orbs in the triangles is quite suggestive, as they are clearly orinmental and not "holding up a building." Despite the fact that the
triangle, circle and square are the most common and basic shapes, they are also the most highly reguarded by groups which attatch a special
significance to them. I think given the context
, we can agree there is a possible Masonic twist on the architecture, rather than a coincidental
association with people who like to draw triangles with glowing eyes in them.
Doesn't the obelisk hold any symbolic importance to Freemasonry? I see it as representing the promise of finding the Omnific Word. Osiris (Secret
Doctrine) was cut into 14 peices by Set (Ignorance), 13 were brought together again by Isis (Mystery Schools), and the missing 14th limb is the
phallus of Osiris (the Omnific Word). Isis fashioned a temporary phallus for Osiris made out of gold. Some obelisks and pyramids had gold (rather gold
alloy) capped tips, representing a temporary replacement of the missing "peice," or a replacement for the Lost Word. The eventual goal is to regain
knowledge of the Omnific Word, or to cap the pyramid/obelisk (as a pyramid is just a giant obelisk-top) with the true capstone: "Originally it was to
have a solid gold capstone that was a scale model of the pyramid itself. It was never placed because the builders rejected it.
" This idea is
represented in everyones favorite masonic-whipping-boy - the dollar bill. The pyramid has 13 levels for the 13 parts of Osiris, and is being capped
with the true capstone the builders rejected: the missing 14th piece, the Lost Word, the one-eyed
-trouser-trout of Osiris; representing a a
return to the Golden Age.
At least that's what I got out of Freemasonry of the Ancient Egyptians