The Hiram Key: Pharaohs, Freemasonry, and the Discovery of the Secret Scrolls of Jesus, is a book by Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas. The authors. The Hiram Key Revisited has 53 ratings and 5 reviews. Naftoli said: This was a very ENJOYABLE book. Granted I like the topic: Freemasons, revolutions, hi. 16 Jun The Hiram Key is yet another example of “Von Daaniken’s syndrome” where wishful thinking and pre-determined conclusions replace facts in.
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The Hiram Key Revisited: Freemasonry: A Plan for a New World Order
They note that, 40 years after their discovery, only about half of the available material had ever been published or made available for independent review. Alien Hybrids in Ancient Times. Yet they could not be silenced – or defeated – and members of this priesthood have continued to this day to work in subtle and sometimes subversive ways to achieve their aims, often occupying very elevated positions within Western society, and ke maintaining complete anonymity to those outside their fellowship.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. They claim to have found in Freemasonry a new ‘key’ to unlock the secrets of civilization. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. So what is this powerful and arcane organization really for?
The Hiram Key Revisited: Freemasonry: A Plan for a New World Order by Alan Butler
We are experiencing technical difficulties. All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from February The texts of these scrolls are believed by the authors to have been written by hirm of the same Qumran community of the Judaean hills that found them.
In the early days of Revisitec their views offended and opposed those of the orthodox Church, and later in feudal Europe, both the State and The Hiram Key Revisited: The Book of Five Rings. The Pyramids and the Pentagon. The authors coin the word “Star Famili This was a nice read. Darker Side Of The Moon. Quatuor Coronati Lodge No the principal Lodge of Masonic research under the United Grand Lodge of Englandhas criticised the book as Pseudohistory and some Masonic libraries categorise the volume as fiction.
There was a grand plan – and it has succeeded. Shop from United States to see titles available to you. Traditional Masonic ritual claims that one of the first Freemasons was Hiram Abiffa widow’s son from the tribe of Naphtaliwho was the Architect of King Solomon’s Temple.
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When Jesus claimed to have raised Lazarus from the dead, it was intended as an allegorical reference; followers were referred to as the “living” and others were referred to as the “dead” in certain Jewish esotericism of the time. The extraordinary story that unfolds in Solomons Power Brokers reveals that thebuilding of the modern world was no haphazard process.
The Secrets of Freemasonry. It expands on some things but didn’t tell me what I didn’t already know. Christopher KnightAlan Butler.
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Very enjoyable to read, well researched and very interesting stuff. Knight and Lomas are not professional revsiited nor have they any qualifications in history or research, and their case is open to the criticism that they accept references that fit their theory and reject those that conflict with it.
Yet they could not be silenced – or defeated – and ervisited continued to this day to work in subtle and sometimes subversive ways to achieve their aims, always maintaining complete anonymity to those outside their fellowship. It is easy to sympathize with the intentions and mission of the “Star Families”, but this is the same mission that many folks will call the New World Order.
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