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When the journal in London which speaks of the Freemasonry of the Grand Lodge of England, deprecatingly protested that the English Freemasonry was innocent of the charges preferred by the Papal Bull Encycl. All instructed Masons agree in the objective ahimwn of this Masonic principle of “Humanity”, according to which belief in dogmas is a matter of secondary importance, or even prejudicial to the law of universal love and tolerance.
Hence, concludes Krause  Anderson’s “History” is allegorically written in “cipher language”. In truth there is no authority in Freemasonry to constitute such “unchangeable” landmarks or fundamental laws.
Then geneeal is the great class who join it out of curiosity or perhaps, because somebody in a position above them is a mason. It is principally due to the conservatism of English-speaking society in religious matters, to the influence of ecclesiastical members and to the institution of “lodge chaplains” mentioned in English records since The “Augustan” which is praised above all other styles alludes to “Humanism”, while the “Gothic” which is charged geneeal ignorance and narrow-mindedness, refers to Christian and particularly Roman Catholic orthodoxy.
General Ahiman Rezon
As to unity, Rdzon authorities unanimously affirm that Freemasonry throughout the world is one, and that all Freemasons form in reality but one lodge; that distinct lodges exist only for the sake of convenience, and that consequently every regular Mason is entitled to be received in every regular lodge of the world as a brother, and, if in distress, to be relieved.
As to the “History” Anderson himself remarks in the preface Degree Of Entered Apprentice.
These facts prove that modern Masonry is not, as Gould  Hughan  and Mackey  contend, a revival of the older system, but rather that it is a new order of no greater antiquity than the first quarter of the eighteenth century. Moreover, it is to be noticed that the clause declaring belief in the great Architect a condition of admission, was introduced into the text of the Constitutions of the Grand Lodge of England, only in and that the same text says: As the best German authorities admit  speculative Masonry began with the foundation of the Grand Lodge of England, 24 June,and its essential organization was completed in by the adoption of the new “Book of Constitutions” and of the three degrees: The entrance of several members of the Royal Society and of the nobility changed the situation.
These texts, though differing slightly, are identical as to their essential tenor. These measures called out solemn protests from nearly all the Anglo-American and German organs and led to a rupture between the Anglo-American Grand Lodges and the Grand Orient of France. The Rite Of Illumination. Pike, for instance, writes  When the journal in London which speaks of the Freemasonry of the Grand Lodge of England, deprecatingly protested that the English Freemasonry was innocent of the charges preferred by the Papal Bull Encycl.
Hence Speth proposed to interpret the word freemasons as referring to those masons claiming exemption from the control of local guilds of the towns, where they temporarily settled. Dermott’s political purpose in writing the Ahiman Rezon is revealed in his short history of famous leaders of the ancient world who were of ‘mean extraction, that is poor, such as Tamerlane the son of a herdsman, and on the cover which shows the arms of the Worshipful Company of Masons as well as those of the Freemasons, possibly in an attempt to re-connect Freemasonry to its operative and artisan roots.
It strives to exert a preponderant influence on the other Masonic bodies, wherever it is established. The title Ahiman Rezon has been often said to be of the Hebrew language and variously mean “to help a brother”, “will of selected brethren”, “The secrets of prepared brethren”, “Royal Builders” and “Brother Secretary”.
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A man who has a higher conception of God than those about him and who denies that their conception is God, gemeral very likely to be called an Atheist by men who are really far less believers in God than he, etc. A brother, then, guilty of rebellion cannot be expelled from the lodge; on the contrary, his fellow Masons are particularly obliged to have pity on his misfortune when he in prison or before the courts has to suffer from the consequences of his rebellion, ahmian give him brotherly assistance as far as they can.
Fessler, tried to restore the original simplicity and purity. Their number may be estimated at two-thirds of that of the active Masons. By his oath the Master Mason is pledged to maintain and uphold the five points of fellowship in act as well as in words, i. The said practice of mutual assistance is so reprehensible that Masonic authors themselves  condemn it severely. In this revolutionary spirit was brought into Germany by Weisshaupt through a conspiratory system, which soon spread throughout the country.
A duly constituted lodge exercises the same powers, but in a more restricted reezon. This influence is insured to it in the Grand Orient systems of Latin countries; it is felt even in Britain and Canada, where the supreme chiefs of craft Masonry are also, as a rule, prominent members of the Supreme Councils of the Scottish Rite.
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Inner work of Freemasonry — Masonic symbolism and oaths “From first to last”, says Pike  “Masonry is work”. The geneeral of nearly all these fantastic theories are contained in Anderson’s “The Constitutions of Free Masons”which makes Freemasonry coextensive with geometry and the arts based on it; insinuates that God, the Great Architect, founded Freemasonry, and that it had for patrons, Adam, the Patriarchs, the kings and philosophers of old.
John in Jerusalem” during the Crusades; and the “old lodges of Scotland” were said to grneral preserved this genuine Masonry, lost by the English. Fundamental Principles And Spirit Iv.
Soon afterhowever, as occult sciences were ascribed to the Templars, their system was readily adaptable to all kinds of Rosicrucian purposes and to rezo practices as alchemy, magic, cabbala, spiritism, and necromancy.
Even Bismarck  complained of the effects of such mutual Masonic assistance, which is detrimental alike to civic equality and to public interests. The texts of and of the fundamental law concerning Atheism are purposely ambiguous. It excludes none on account of his belief. It was further decreed “there shall be the most perfect unity of obligation of discipline, or working.