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  • Title: Turning the Hiram Key
  • Author: Robert Lomas Colin Wilson
  • ISBN: 9781592332205
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Paperback
  • New in Paperback Learn about the rituals of this fascinating society This book takes readers beyond The Hiram Key to reveal the secrets of the actual Masonic rituals By deconstructing these rituals, Lomas discovers the true message behind them a message that is as valid today as it was when the rituals were created Not only will readers get a step by step, insider sNew in Paperback Learn about the rituals of this fascinating society.This book takes readers beyond The Hiram Key to reveal the secrets of the actual Masonic rituals By deconstructing these rituals, Lomas discovers the true message behind them a message that is as valid today as it was when the rituals were created Not only will readers get a step by step, insider s look at each of these timeless rituals, they ll learn how they can benefit from them in today s world.Turning the Hiram Key also explores how these rituals have helped history s most accomplished men to reach their goals from Louis Armstrong and Charles Lindbergh to George Washington and Franklin D Roosevelt to John Wayne and Buzz Aldrin.
    Turning the Hiram Key New in Paperback Learn about the rituals of this fascinating society This book takes readers beyond The Hiram Key to reveal the secrets of the actual Masonic rituals By deconstructing these rituals L

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    1. Robert Lomas is the co author of several previous works on the subject of Freemasonry including The Hiram Key, The Second Messiah, and Uriel s Machine A Freemason himself, Dr Lomas is an engineer by profession and teaches technology management at Bradford University in Yorkshire This is his latest offering in an ongoing series of books exploring the history, doctrine, polity and ritual of the Freemasonic Order Turning the Hiram Key is a detailed, step by step elaboration of the initiatory ritual [...]

    2. Robert Lomas, of of the authors of The Hiram Key, which explored an obscured aspect of masonic history, returns with Turning the Hiram Key A lecturer at Bradford University with degrees in Electrical Engineering and a PhD in Physics, Lomas discusses the first three degrees and the effects they have on the initiate Ritual and symbolism have effects on the consciousness of all who take part, affecting their neural and limbic systems whilst impressing a ornate philosophy Lomas discusses what the ri [...]

    3. This is a worthwhile book for anyone interested in Freemasonry The author has published widely on the topic In this volume he maintains that the rituals and symbols of Freemasonry are actually a form of spiritual science, designed to enable a person to experience deeper spiritual insights It is well written.One quote that I found helpful is taken from George Orwell In effect, it must come down to giving words a physical probably visible existence Merely talking about definitions is futile one ca [...]

    4. Lomas, coming from a fairly scientific viewpoint, explores the rituals of Freemasonry and the effect it has on the brain A fair and welcomed balance to the overabundance of occult studies I ve read so far, Lomas offers a simple but well thought out interpretation and explores the nature of myth, ritual, and the brain This is an exposition For those that are Masons, or will never be Masons, this is a great discussion of what goes on in the Lodge For those that might, one day, decide they want to [...]

    5. A well written book and one that takes the reader stage by stage though the ceremonies of Freemasonary The first, second and third degrees are described from his own perspective which he talks of his own feelnfgs, fears and spiritual enlightenment now as a freemason.An exxcellent novel the only critism I would have ia about three quarters thought then novel the writer speaks of the ritual brain which I found a little heavy going.other than this worth reading but back this up with some other hist [...]

    6. Interesting read for the Mason or someone interested in Masonry who would like to apply a modern model on why it s rituals are effective and positive for those who experience them Although deeply personal to the experience of the writer, I found the book informed my own experience Worth a read.

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