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Freemason "G," square and compass, concept of 3 and 4


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I've read different explanations for the "G" of Freemasonry, e.g., "God," "geometry," and "Gebel," the local name of the Phoenician port of Tyre (King Hiram of Tyre, said to have helped in the building of Solomon's temple in Jerusalem, is the central myth of Freemasonry).

Interestingly though, the capital "G" is an expression of the square and compass, having a right angle and a circle. I've heard that the square and compass symbolize the pyramid structure of civilization; the square representing the masses (the profane) on the bottom of the pyramid, and the compass being the triangular sides, representing the architects or the Freemasons. 3+4=7, G is the seventh letter. 

Researching geometric scaffolds in paintings, I did a lot of work with the compass and ruler, and experienced profound visionary states as a result. Interested to know if this is whence the square and compass derive, or if anyone has anything on this. 

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G is the 7th letter. Simple cipher 7. G is Kaye cipher 33. 33 is the Simple cipher of BACON

So the letter G is important right out of the gate. 

G is also 157. Did you know that? G is 7, 33, and 157. The first "Big" A, 157. 

http://www.light-of-truth.com/keys.htm

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Freemason? OK, yea. Bacon numbers? More than Freemasonry. 

Let's just say G is big. 😉

 

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T A A A A A A A A A A A T
157     www.Light-of-Truth.com     287
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Hi, It’s extensively covered in my ebook Ryan, in several places.  I believe you have a copy.
 

Geometry - known as Sacred Geometry to identify the proportions which underpin our world from the microcosm to the macrocosm - is at the centre of everything. Once you understand the point, circle and line there’s nothing you cannot create (or understand) and so Sacred Geometry is the study of God’s handiwork on Earth.

I think that because one of the reviews for my book mentioned the word compendium, and because I put lists under the chapter heading of some of the topics each chapter covers, people open it up and flick to what interests them, but as I said at the start of it, it’s not to be read like that. If you start at the beginning and work through there is no question you will have about Masonry, the G, 33, Sacred Geometry, Mercury, pillars, Geometry, the next Age, The Temple(s)or any of it.  I don’t just mention them in one place like a reference book format would, there’s  a running narrative and layers so I can’t screenshot a page and say “here you go”
 

I am currently updating it to make it more readable onscreen in the flip book format as the font has washed out a bit and some images are not sharp, but reading it on a phone or as a PDF till I do, there’s no issue., it’s crisp. 
 

I understand that you can lead a horse to water but can’t make it drink. No one can force anyone to read their ebook, even if they have a copy. It’s a big commitment, maybe five solid evenings of reading but it took me a lifetime to research and it’ll answer your questions that you often pose about Symbolism, Freemasonry and it’s “secrets” for a lifetime, if you read it from cover to cover. 
 

There is nothing secret about Freemasonry and its teachings anymore (except a few grips passwords and signs) it’s all a massive conspiracy theory that you can’t know what it’s about until you are in the inside. Witness the Freemasons who have recommended my book! 
 

K

 

 

 

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 "For nothing is born without unity or without the point." amazon.com/dp/B0CLDKDPY8

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