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Heaven and hell is not up & down, the earth is approximately 7,926.3352 miles (12,742 km) in diameter, & half of that is 3,963.1676 miles (6,371 km). HELL is/ was supposed to be under the ground, now mind me you can’t go further than 3,963.1676 miles (6,371 km) or you’ll start coming out on the other side.

HELL is supposed to be 10 times or 7 times hotter than the SUN. Now the sun is about 2,713.406 in circumference, 865.000 miles (1,392 082.56 km) in diameter & it burns at 14,702 degrees Fahrenheit (8,150 Celsius) & the SUN is 93 millions miles (149,668,992 km) away from planet EARTH, & it gets too hot for us sometimes. How can something that exists near us be 10 times or 7 times hotter than the SUN??

The EARTH is spinning at 10,375,646 per hour it makes a complete revolution on its own axes every 23 hours 56 minutes & 46 seconds. What is HEAVEN at midday becomes HELL at midnight because the EARTH is rotating.

Heaven & Hell is a state of mind & the rest is a slave preaching !
You broke as Hell, You’re cold as Hell, You’re catching Hell, You’re mad as HELL ect… Any adult knows what goes down in the seventh HEAVEN ;)

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Lost Egyptian City Found Underwater After 1200 Years-Franck Goddio

1,200 years ago the ancient Egyptian city of Heracleion disappeared beneath the Mediterranean. Founded around 8th century BC, well before the foundation of Alexandria in 331 BC, it is believed Heracleion served as the obligatory port of entry to Egypt for all ships coming from the Greek world.

Prior to its discovery in 2000 by archaeologist Franck Goddio and the IEASM (European Institute for Underwater Archaeology), no trace of Thonis-Heracleion had been found (the city was known to the Greeks as Thonis). Its name was almost razed from the memory of mankind, only preserved in ancient classic texts and rare inscriptions found on land by archaeologists.

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Them noses are looking mighty wide

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The word Amen used at the end of prayers, comes from the Pharaoh Amenhotep and the Egyptian God Amen-Ra. Amen was known as “the hidden one” in Egyptian beliefs. Through the solar, lunar, and stellar cults, Amen-Ra has found his way into the prayers of billions. By ending a prayer with Amen, you are essentially saying “let it be hidden, let it remain unseen.” Amen’s consort was called “Ament”, which is where we get the New and Old Test-Ament.

The word Amen used at the end of prayers, comes from the Pharaoh Amenhotep and the Egyptian God Amen-Ra. Amen was known as “the hidden one” in Egyptian beliefs. Through the solar, lunar, and stellar cults, Amen-Ra has found his way into the prayers of billions. By ending a prayer with Amen, you are essentially saying “let it be hidden, let it remain unseen.” Amen’s consort was called “Ament”, which is where we get the New and Old Test-Ament.

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15 Qualities of a Master Mason
1. Master Masons do not have selfish interests. All they do, say, and think is for the welfare of others.2. Vanity is dead for them. They see themselves as they are and do not pretend to be something other than what they are.3. Anger is no longer their master. They have found that anger is a defense mechanism of the ego.4. They are not the slaves of possessions. Money, homes, cars, clothes, books, TV’s are not evil in themselves; it is being a slave to them that is a problem.5. Master Masons are not afraid to act with courage in their convictions. If they have a fear, they act to overcome it.6. A Master Mason is always a real person. He does not care what others think of him, but he constantly cares for the welfare of others.7. He sees the viewpoints of others. He listens and thinks about what others are saying so as to understand them.8. His emotions are always positive. If hate or anger try to control him, he finds love and understanding and lets them bloom instead.9. He uses his imagination for creative, not destructive purposes. He imagines how he is going to respond instead of react to events.10. He does not belittle or slander others. His job is to see that anything that comes from his mind, emotions, or mouth is the highest it can be for him.11. Each day he aligns himself with his inner teacher. He does this by spending a few quiet minutes to allow himself to be healed of his vices and shortcomings.12. All his actions have as their basic animating energy the power of Love. Even when he acts as a warrior to destroy darkness and evil, it is with the support of love and freedom.13. He always has a vision. His vision comes from his heart, and because this is so, it always includes humanity.14. His actions, feelings and thoughts are in harmony with the teachings of ageless Wisdom. He is always acting in the best interests of all concerned, and his daily life is an example of sanity and balance.15. He is never fanatical. He is sane, normal, and healthy. The most interesting idea about the Master Mason is that he is one who is an example of integration. Integration means that his mind, emotions, and body all work together and not against each other. A true Master Mason has glimpsed the eternal and unchanging reality of life. He sees all things as necessary in the Great Plan for unfolding the hidden potential of all creation. As such, mortality and its illusion are overcome by him. As he lives in the eternal, his life reflects that eternal consciousness.
SO MOTE IT BE


What does the Perfect Ashlar look like?

SMIB /G\

masonicgnosis:

alwaysinsearchoflight:

15 Qualities of a Master Mason

1. Master Masons do not have selfish interests. All they do, say, and think is for the welfare of others.

2. Vanity is dead for them. They see themselves as they are and do not pretend to be something other than what they are.

3. Anger is no longer their master. They have found that anger is a defense mechanism of the ego.

4. They are not the slaves of possessions. Money, homes, cars, clothes, books, TV’s are not evil in themselves; it is being a slave to them that is a problem.

5. Master Masons are not afraid to act with courage in their convictions. If they have a fear, they act to overcome it.

6. A Master Mason is always a real person. He does not care what others think of him, but he constantly cares for the welfare of others.

7. He sees the viewpoints of others. He listens and thinks about what others are saying so as to understand them.

8. His emotions are always positive. If hate or anger try to control him, he finds love and understanding and lets them bloom instead.

9. He uses his imagination for creative, not destructive purposes. He imagines how he is going to respond instead of react to events.

10. He does not belittle or slander others. His job is to see that anything that comes from his mind, emotions, or mouth is the highest it can be for him.

11. Each day he aligns himself with his inner teacher. He does this by spending a few quiet minutes to allow himself to be healed of his vices and shortcomings.

12. All his actions have as their basic animating energy the power of Love. Even when he acts as a warrior to destroy darkness and evil, it is with the support of love and freedom.

13. He always has a vision. His vision comes from his heart, and because this is so, it always includes humanity.

14. His actions, feelings and thoughts are in harmony with the teachings of ageless Wisdom. He is always acting in the best interests of all concerned, and his daily life is an example of sanity and balance.

15. He is never fanatical. He is sane, normal, and healthy. The most interesting idea about the Master Mason is that he is one who is an example of integration. Integration means that his mind, emotions, and body all work together and not against each other. A true Master Mason has glimpsed the eternal and unchanging reality of life. He sees all things as necessary in the Great Plan for unfolding the hidden potential of all creation. As such, mortality and its illusion are overcome by him. As he lives in the eternal, his life reflects that eternal consciousness.


SO MOTE IT BE

What does the Perfect Ashlar look like?

SMIB /G\

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truthseeker74:

AM I A BUILDER?I watched them tearing a building down,A gang of men in a busy town.
With a ho-heave-ho and a lusty yell,They swung a beam and the sides fell.I asked the foreman, “Are these men skilledAnd the kind you would hire, if you had to build?”And he gave me a laugh and said, “No indeed,Just common labor is all I need.I can easily wreck in a day or twoWhat other builders have taken a year to do.”And I thought to myself as I went my way,“Which of these roles have I tried to play?”Am I a builder that works with care,Measuring life by the rule and square.Am I shaping my deeds to a well made plan,Patiently doing the best I can?Or am I a wrecker who walks the town,Content with the labor of tearing down.”


SMIB /G\

truthseeker74:

AM I A BUILDER?

I watched them tearing a building down,
A gang of men in a busy town.

With a ho-heave-ho and a lusty yell,
They swung a beam and the sides fell.

I asked the foreman, “Are these men skilled
And the kind you would hire, if you had to build?”

And he gave me a laugh and said, “No indeed,
Just common labor is all I need.

I can easily wreck in a day or two
What other builders have taken a year to do.”

And I thought to myself as I went my way,
“Which of these roles have I tried to play?”

Am I a builder that works with care,
Measuring life by the rule and square.

Am I shaping my deeds to a well made plan,
Patiently doing the best I can?

Or am I a wrecker who walks the town,
Content with the labor of tearing down.”

SMIB /G\