posted on Jul, 1 2017 @ 02:09 PM
originally posted by: Nathan44
"The sun always rises in the east" is a true sentence. So it means that what have been said or what will be said is true.
Nah. It means that you have risen "yet again" in "a physical body" on the Earth plane.
A mason cannot recognize another mason on "sight", because they don't know what that brother will "look like."
When you "take possession" of another person's body, you look like that person to all who see you. Only by "handshake" can you tell if the person you
meet is a brother mason, because then you'll know who has "risen in the east" with the knowledge of the handshake, taken control of this physical
body, for the moment, and acting out the life drama as that particular personality, which "masks" the true identity of the brother mason.
That's why masons use the "handshake" to identify each other. The same two brothers can reappear in different physical bodies, and so can never know
until they "shake hands" that they are both "on the level," i.e. on the Earth.