Rights and Responsibilities of Athena

Rights and responsibilities always are companions.  The image of Athena I saw in Athens. Fascinating.

 

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The goddess of wisdom, strategy, warfare, skill, justice, and crafts. 


Athena is the daughter of Zeus and Metis.
Zeus had fallen in love with Metis and chased her for days, then cornered her near a cliff… Continue reading

Pallas Athena A Goddess of Wisdom

Some believe females are inferior, I do smile when I hear this.  No-one is inferior, we are all same same but different.  One can focus on the difference or one can focus on what we share.  Pallas Athena was known for wisdom, justice and courage. She was noble. She is another who… Continue reading

Francis Bacon The Great Instauration

I am sure Francis won’t mind if I add men to include women here.  I believe in the universal mind that transcends gender.

http://www.constitution.org/bacon/instauration.htm

 

THE GREAT INSTAURATION

Francis Bacon

1620

[Note on the Text]

PROEM

FRANCIS OF VERULAM 
REASONED THUS WITH HIMSELF 
AND JUDGED IT TO BE FOR THE INTEREST OF… Continue reading

Code Breaking of Masonic Sonnets Shakes the Speare

A paradigm of enlightenment.

 

BREAKING THE MASONIC CODE OF SHAKE-SPEARES SONNETS

By Richard Allan Wagner
Copyright © 2013

Hopefully you, the reader, have come into this discourse as a reasonable and unbiased individual—a seeker of Truth.

If you’re not already aware, there exists much controversy and debate over who actually wrote the works… Continue reading

Freemasonry and Francis Bacon the Spear Shaker

Inspiration is so interesting, I found myself following a thread which lead me back to Francis Bacon.  I felt enlightened.

This is an excerpt…

“…In laying the foundation of a Rosicrucian society, Bacon took measures to insure that the Movement would serve the purpose of helping to build and spread his Great Instauration.

However,… Continue reading

Freemasonry Regius Poem

Interesting…. the art of geometry.  I always see this as balance, homeostasis.  A master craftsperson knows their craft.  Perhaps the freemasons were the male witches of their time.  I wonder.  They were persecuted by the Catholic Church.

https://www.masonrytoday.com/index.php?new_month=2&new_day=10&new_year=2016

Today in Masonic History we discuss the Regius Poem.

The Regius Poem… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“If we are to teach real peace in this world, and if we are to carry on a real war against war, we shall have to begin with the children.”

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