The Key to Solomons Key: Is This the Lost Symbol of Masonry?

Free download. Book file PDF easily for everyone and every device. You can download and read online The Key to Solomons Key: Is This the Lost Symbol of Masonry? file PDF Book only if you are registered here. And also you can download or read online all Book PDF file that related with The Key to Solomons Key: Is This the Lost Symbol of Masonry? book. Happy reading The Key to Solomons Key: Is This the Lost Symbol of Masonry? Bookeveryone. Download file Free Book PDF The Key to Solomons Key: Is This the Lost Symbol of Masonry? at Complete PDF Library. This Book have some digital formats such us :paperbook, ebook, kindle, epub, fb2 and another formats. Here is The CompletePDF Book Library. It's free to register here to get Book file PDF The Key to Solomons Key: Is This the Lost Symbol of Masonry? Pocket Guide.

Working backward from the Freemasons to one of their original orders, the 14th-century Knights Templar, the account considers sorcery, heresy, and intrigues; explores the legend that the Knights possessed a powerful secret dangerous to the Church of Rome; and finds an essential clue to the order's practices in their connection to the biblical Solomon, king of Israel in the 10th century BC.

This updated edition features new images, chapters on important symbols, and a new preface. He lives in Costa Mesa, California.

Product details

James Wasserman specializes in esoteric literature and currently works in book production and graphic design. He lives in New York City. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again.

Open Preview See a Problem?

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page.

The Key to Solomon's Key: Secrets of Magic and Masonry - Lon Milo DuQuette - Google Книги

The Key to Solomon's Key: Secrets of Magic and Masonry 3. Sketching out a fascinating network of historic figures, cults, and Christendom, this book by an occult-studies expert and respected authority on magic and sorcery takes Western spiritual traditions seriously—but examines them with common sense and self-effacing humor.

Working backward from the Freemasons to one of their original orders, the 14th-century Knights Templar, t Sketching out a fascinating network of historic figures, cults, and Christendom, this book by an occult-studies expert and respected authority on magic and sorcery takes Western spiritual traditions seriously—but examines them with common sense and self-effacing humor. Working backward from the Freemasons to one of their original orders, the 14th-century Knights Templar, the account considers sorcery, heresy, and intrigues; explores the legend that the Knights possessed a powerful secret dangerous to the Church of Rome; and finds an essential clue to the order's practices in their connection to the biblical Solomon, king of Israel in the 10th century BC.

Paperback , pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Key to Solomon's Key , please sign up.

Join Kobo & start eReading today

Be the first to ask a question about The Key to Solomon's Key. Lists with This Book. Excellent reading The first part of the book is thrilling packed with new information.

EP. 019 - Lost Keys of Freemasonry w/ John Michael Greer

The second part is more specialist. The many occurrences of displaced text lessened the enjoyment of reading. I did figure out where to find the missing text, but you would think that the publisher would take the time to fix this in the first place. Fascinating read about the origins of Solomonic Magick.

I'd give it a 5 if formatting for Kindle wasn't so awful. Jul 27, Scout Paget rated it it was ok Shelves: So many contradictions in the philosophy presented by the author -although this is not surprising. Apparently, Solomon, who never actually existed, had the power to command spirit entities to do his bidding. This is how he was able to raise such an incredible kingdom the likes of which no one had known before or since - only, there is no real physical or historical evidence that such a kingdom ever did exist. This is actually academically factual.

Покупки по категориям

But hey, lost symbols, hidden meanings, deep mys So many contradictions in the philosophy presented by the author -although this is not surprising. But hey, lost symbols, hidden meanings, deep mystery puzzles, etc. A large part of the book covers the Thelemaic practice of summoning entities who should have no choice but to do the master's will - that master would be you.

A sort if jovial occasional warning about the dangers involved with this practice is mentioned here and there, so you can't say you weren't warned. There really isn't any actual connection between this and a wise king named Solomon, except by convenient myth. Isn't it about time that human people leave those beings alone and start doing things with our own powers in this world? The author tells the reader that as we evolve, so too will the entities that are trapped in our webs we've made for them.

The Key to Solomon's Key: Secrets of Magic and Masonry

The simple fact is, there really isn't any way one can put a happy pop culture face on this primitive minded practice - at least not without catching oneself up in a treacherous circle of contradictions. It's actually very annoying to read the attempt. What does have some value in the book are the legitimate historical references, the Masonic glossary of terms, and the overall usefulness as a reference for one school of Masonic organization, belief, and practice. Currently, the world of Freemasonry is caught up in a struggle between the followers of old school Freemasonry, and the more recent school which is dominated by the Crowley inspired OTO - this book is obviously under the OTO influence.

Freemasonry -contradictions and all. If you're into that sort of thing Dec 14, Doug Luberts rated it liked it. Really enjoyed the first half of this book. It starts out with a discussion of the Anti-Estoteric movement in Freemasonry folks who are making a concerted effort to dumb the craft down into a loftier version of the Elks or Rotary , which is real, and in my mind, as a Freemason, a huge problem. DuQuette then proceeds to take on a discussion of the history of Kings David and Solomon, along with the Knights Templar, and the true source of their secrets. It's a compelling argument, backed up by some Really enjoyed the first half of this book.

It's a compelling argument, backed up by some historical arguments, that is possibly and has been all the way back to the 1st Century EV , possibly earth shattering to the Worldview of Jews, Christians, and Moslems, alike. If that was where the book stayed, on a historical path, I would have thought it a great book. Again, great stuff, but I think both of the areas covered in this book would have been better served as topics of separate volumes.

On the whole it was definitely worth the read. Jan 12, Silvana rated it really liked it. I just reread it and I still love his humorous - yet informative - approach to the historical and serious issues. Modern occultist and freemason Lon DuQuette reveals the most dangerous secret in "Three kan keep a secret, if two of them are dead. Modern occultist and freemason Lon DuQuette reveals the most dangerous secret in the world, the blasphemous heresy that undermines millennia of superstition.