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The Masonic Origin Of The Circle And The Point Within A Circle

by Albert Churchward

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11893856M
    ISBN 101428677720
    ISBN 109781428677722

    Masonic scholars, today, question the origin of the Point within the Circle, whose parallel upright lines on both sides of the circle, closely resemble an Egyptian hieroglyphic (circa – B.C.). Is it one of the first Freemason symbols? It is not known; however this information creates questions in scholarly circles. The circle then, represents chaos, the condition existing prior to manifestation, and is the symbol of the ever-unknowable Father, the Absolute - of Eternity Itself. Into this matter within the circle a force is now injected. This is represented by the point within the circle (Fig. 2.) The point appearing within the hitherto.

    The symbol is normally seen within Masonry with the single point pointing upwards denoting its association with white witchcraft. However, like the Orange Order and Mormonism, Freemasonry uses the five-pointed star as an esoteric representation of the five points of fellowship - which is a blasphemous resurrection rite with these bodies. “The most primitive and fundamental of all symbols is the dot.” — Manly P. Hall; Lectures on Ancient Philosophy. The ancient symbol known as the dot in the circle, circled dot, circle with a point, or a circumpunct, is one of the oldest symbols known to humans. According to Gnostics, it is the most primal aspect of God.

    The standard insignia of the officers/positions within a masonic lodge. Masonic Order Masonic Art Masonic Symbols Masonic Lodge Illuminati Symbols Masonic Tattoos Prince Hall Mason Eastern Star Mystique. The 42 Laws of the Goddess Maat are the real Origin of the Ten Commandments! They come from the Egyptian Book of the Dead Spell   The Point Within a Circle. The Masonic symbol of the Point Within a Circle inside two parallel, perpendicular lines is steeped in antiquity. Early Egyptian monuments have been discovered inscribed with the symbol of God — represented by the Alpha and Omega — in the center of a circle bordered by two perpendiculars, parallel serpents.


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The Masonic Origin Of The Circle And The Point Within A Circle by Albert Churchward Download PDF EPUB FB2

Point within a circle Masonic symbolism is often used in corporate logos (example: the Target store logo) and words. The "o" in a word is a convenient place to mark a book cover for Freemasonry. Indeed, this symbol is being placed on covers of books that leaders in the Christian establishment claim are biblical.

Origin of the Point Within A Circle. The point within a circle did not originate in when the first Grand Lodge was established in England. No, like several Masonry symbols, it existed way before then.

It even existed way before the times of the stone masons of the middle age. It is linked to the time of our Ancestors. [i] Churchward, Albert. Masonic Origin of the Circle and the Point within a Circle. Kessinger Publishing (). ISBN: The Point Within a Circle. The point within a Circle is another symbol of great importance in Freemasonry, and commands peculiar attention in this connection with the ancient symbolism of the universe and the solar orb.

Everybody who has read a masonic "Monitor" is well acquainted with the usual explanation of this symbol. The Illustrated Masonic Origin Of The Circle And The Point Within The Circle [Churchward, Albert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Illustrated Masonic Origin Of The Circle And The Point Within The CircleAuthor: Albert Churchward. The Point within a Circle is an ancient and sacred hieroglyph that has become a symbol of great importance in speculative craft freemasonry, but the usual explanation that is given in modern rituals differs significantly from the original symbolism.

However, this does not imply that it is a recent invention, but rather that the symbolism has. The Masonic Origin Of The Circle And The Point Within A Circle [Churchward, Albert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Masonic Origin Of The Circle And The Point Within A Circle. Today in Masonic History we present a Point within the Circle.

The point within a circle is a common symbol used in Freemasonry. Like many masonic symbols the origin of the point in the circle is unknown. In carvings from Ancient Eqypt the Alpha and Omega symbols representing God often as a circle with a point between them. The point within the circle can be described also as a seed.

A man surrounded by the light of the sun, the sun having the effect on a man that it has on a seed or the point. Eventually the seed grows and becomes more than just a point, it becomes a sphere, growing exponentially feeding on the light of the sun or in this case the knowledge that.

POINT WITHIN A CIRCLE “There is in every regular and well governed Lodge, a certain point within a circle, embordered by two parallel perpendicular lines “ Familiar to every Mason, this ancient symbol is too often considered merely as one of many, instead of what it really is, among the most illuminating of the entered Apprentice’s Degree.

THE SYMBOLISM OF FREEMASONRY: ILLUSTRATING AND EXPLAINING ITS SCIENCE AND PHILOSOPHY, ITS LEGENDS, MYTHS AND SYMBOLS. BY ALBERT G. MACKEY, M.D., "Ea enim quae scribuntur tria habere decent, utilitatem praesentem, certum finem, inexpugnabile fundamentum." Cardanus.

Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the yearby File Size: 1MB. The Masonic historian, Albert G. Mackey, describes the Illuminati as a "secret society, founded on May 1,by Adam Weishaupt who was professor of canon law at the [Jesuit-controlled] University of Ingolstadt" (Encyclopedia of Freemasonry, Mackey p.

).In his biographical sketch of the Jew Weishaupt, Mackey opens with the following words, "He is celebrated in the history. One of the most obscure symbols in Masonic iconography is the “Point within a Circle” appearing in the Tracing Board of the First Degree.

The traditional explanation, is that it represents "the point from which a Master Mason cannot err", bounded by the two straight lines to the north and south representing either the two Saints John, the.

The point within a Circle is another symbol of great importance in Freemasonry, and commands peculiar attention in this connection with the ancient symbolism of the universe and the solar orb.

Everybody who has read a Masonic “Monitor” is well acquainted with. The Point Within a Circle by Albert G. Mackey. The point within a Circle is another symbol of great importance in Freemasonry, and commands peculiar attention in this connection with the ancient symbolism of the universe and the solar orb.

Everybody who has read a masonic “Monitor” is well acquainted with the usual explanation of this symbol. The point within the circle is said to represent an individual brother while the circumference of the circle is said to be the boundary line of his duty to God and man.

There is small part of this lodges ritual when the master picks up the compasses and describes a circle with them. This method for the construction of a right angle is presented as Theo in Book III of Euclids’ Elements [vii] (Euclid, III. 3.), “An angle inscribed in a semi-circle is a right angle”.

Euclid wrote: “Let angle ABC be inscribed in the semi-circle ABC; that is, let AC be a diameter and let the vertex B lie on the circumference; then angle ABC is a right angle”. Freemasonry presents and has adapted the symbol of the point within the circle.

It's astonishing theme in art and nature is here shown and explored. Product Information Use this spiral bound notebook to keep notes, journal or to manage your to-do list. Treat yourself, or use these journals as the perfect funny or novelty gift for men, women or students for birthdays, Mother's Day, Christmas, or no reason at all.

Masons have long been taught that the point within a circle symbol represents the individual Mason (point), contained and restricted by the boundaries of his duty (circle).

The more ancient Masonic meaning of this symbol is that of the phallus, positioned within the female sex organ. The Masonic Point within a Circle is, without doubt, of. A Point Within A Circle The story behind this portrait exemplifies the meaning of where are first made a Mason.

The painting was done in by Bro. Ernest U. Hardenstein Jr., who laid down his Working Tools on August 7,   In Mackenzie's Royal Masonic Cyclopedia we find the following definition of "the point within the circle": "A symbol of great importance.

Its exoteric explanation is that the point represses in an individual Brother, the circle being the boundary line of his duty to God and man; the two perpendicular, parallel lines, representing the two holy.For Masonic education in our stated meeting on January 18th, Bro.

Steve Beale shared a chapter out of Introduction to Freemasonry - Entered Apprentice by Carl H. Claudy called A Point Within a Circle. Here is the chapter in it's entirety: Point Within A Circle There is in every regular and well-governed Lodge, a certain point.