The Magical Masons

Algoths Grove

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Written by Algoth’s Grove

“Some critics of Freemasonry claim the recommended readings for some of the degrees of Masonry are “pagan.” Pagan, as they are using the term, simply means pre-Christian. The study of man’s moral and intellectual history allows the achievement of Masonry’s major purpose, the enhancement of an individual’s moral and intellectual development. Such a study has to start with the concepts of man and God as held by early cultures and evidence in their mythologies. The Greeks and Romans, as well as earlier people, had much of importance to say on many topics, including religion. The idea that a physician must act in the best interests of his patient comes from the pagan Hippocrates, and the concept that the government cannot break into your house and take what it wants on a whim comes from the pagan Aristotle. None of us would want to live in an…

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