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Another characteristic of Masonic law is that “treason” and “rebellion” against civil authority are declared only political crimes, which affect the good standing of a Brother no more than heresy, and furnish no ground for a Masonic trial.
The rszon of this regulation, remarks Mackey  “will be apparent when we consider, that genegal treason or rebellion were masonic crimes, almost every mason in the United Colonies, inwould have been subject to expulsion and every Lodge to a forfeiture of its warrant by the Grand Lodges of England and Scotland, under whose jurisdiction they were at the time”. This satire continues the tradition of the Scald Miserable Masons who staged mock processions and disrupted the Grand Lodge’s annual procession.
There have been many controversies among Masons as to the essential points of Masonry. All instructed Masons agree in the objective import 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.
The old Gothic Constitutions candidly enjoined: It is not said that Atheists cannot be admitted, or that no Mason can be an Atheist, but merely that if he rightly understands the Art, he will never be a stupid Atheist, etc. Outer Work Of Freemasonry Viii. Przeczytaj fragment w darmowej aplikacji Legimi na: The education thus begun is completed by the rezkn lodge life, in which every Mason is advised to take an active part, attending the lodge meetings regularly, profiting, according to his ability, by the means which Masonry affords him, to perfect himself in conformity with Masonic ideals, and contributing to the discussions of Masonic themes and to a good lodge government, which dezon represented as a model of the government of society at large.
And the symbols may and must be explained by each one according to his own understanding; thereby they serve to maintain concord.
Freemasonry itself as a body is very peaceable and loyal, but it does not disapprove; on the contrary, it commends those brethren who through love of freedom and the national welfare successfully plot against monarchs and other despotic rulers, while as an association of public utility it claims privilege and protection through kings, princes, and other high dignitaries for the success of its peaceful work.
Only an expert Brother, by the true light, can readily find many useful hints in almost every page of this book which Cowans and others not initiated also among Masons cannot discern.
That ofas the original text, restored by the Grand Lodge of England in the editions of the “Constitutions”,and inserted later in the “Books of Constitutions” of nearly all the other Grand Lodges, is the most authoritative; but the text ofwhich was adopted and used for a long time by many Grand Lodges, is also of great importance in itself and as a further illustration of the text of Hence our Grand Lodge facultatively retains the Symbol of the Grand Architect of the Universe, because every one can conceive it in conformity with his personal convictions.
Strictly judicially, even the “Old Charges”, which, according to Anderson’s “Constitutions”, contain the unchangeable laws, have a legal obligatory character only as far as they are inserted in the “Book of Constitution” of each Grand Lodge.
Several lodges were chartered by the Grand Lodge of Scotland. The brotherhood ought to disown the rebellion, but only in order to preserve the fraternity from annoyance by the civil authorities. A Mason is obliged by his Tenure, to obey the moral law: The texts of and of the fundamental law concerning Atheism are purposely ambiguous. In the text of the same articles run variation from the edition of are given in italics: Some authors, geberal geological finds as Masonic emblems, trace Masonry to the Miocene?
The Rite Of Illumination. It strives to exert a preponderant influence on the other Masonic bodies, wherever it is established.
The Common Gavel Section Ii. Thus in most of the Lodges of the United States only the Masters third degree are counted, while in other countries the apprentices and fellows are added.
John, in which He denied that He was God. Two points deserve special mention: This spirit, finally, as exhibited in the new constitutions was in contradiction to that which animated the earlier Masons.
Quite recently many Grand Lodges of the United States refused to recognize the Grand Lodge of Switzerland as a regular body, for the reason that it entertains friendly relations generak the atheistical Grand Orient of France. Of the civil magistrates, supreme and subordinate. He then describes a fabled meeting with four ‘sojourners from Jerusalem’ who were present at the building of Solomon’s temple, making them at least two thousand years old, whose ‘memories’ were possibly failing them.
Such a disavowal tends rather to encourage modern positivist or scientific Atheism. The lodge is to be a type of the world beneral and Masons are intended to take part in the regeneration of the human race.
All the ablest and most conscientious investigations by competent Masonic historians show, that in the old ahima had almost ceased to exist. Name And Definition Ii. In the latter, the first article of the “Old Charges” containing the fundamental law and the essence of modern Freemasonry runs the text is given exactly as printed in the original, But in truth all Masonry is full of ambiguity.
It was further decreed “there shall be the most perfect unity of obligation of discipline, or working. The prevailing opinion at present is, that from time immemorial, i.