posted on Apr, 17 2010 @ 07:14 PM
In Hebrew, the phrase “the Stone which the Builders refused” is Ehben Masu Ha-Bonaim (ABN MASV H BVNIM). An interesting connection to Alchemy
occurs here, in that the reference to a rejected stone recalls the idea of the Philosopher’s Stone, made up of materials that are commonly rejected
or abhorred, but praised as the roots of philosophical gold by the alchemists. The root of the Hebrew masu means “to despise, reject, refuse.”
Using the techniques of gemaria, the numeration of the entire phrase is 273.
Other Hebrew words which have this same numerical value:
ChVRM ABIV, Khurum Abiv – “Hiram Abiff”
AVR GNVZ, Aur Ganuz, -- “hidden light”
Qabalistically then, one may intuit a connection between the Widow’s Son, the Stone which the Builders refused, and the concept of Hidden or
Concealed Light. The cornerstone takes on a new, profound meaning with these added levels of symbolism encoded into it.
The Substitute for the Ancient Master’s Word may be a notariqon of this phrase:
ABN MASV H BVNIM
Thus, the word becomes indicative of the Light of Masonry in a very direct sense, referring to Hiram Abiff, the Cornerstone of the Temple, the Hidden
Light. The symbols build upon one another, each taking one deeper into the heart of the matter.
Looking to the Greek language, there are two words of particular relevance that also enumerate to 273:
Anthanasia, “immortality.” Perhaps a further reference to the doctrine of the Third Degree.
Heh Kleis, “the key.”
IT IS A CLUT! PERIOD! Anyone involved with the kabbalah=cult!