Magnus Geometres

A Lebanese Masonic Research Initiative

Magnus Geometres Lebanese Masonic Research Initiative

As initiates of the Masonic Craft, we journey through life by unveiling the hidden mysteries using the oral tradition of the ancient mystics handed down to us from generation to generation. To fully appreciate and understand the masonic teachings, an initiate must have knowledge of both its exoteric and esoteric teachings. It is in this light that the District Grand Lodge of Lebanon launched “Magnus Geometres,” an initiative to promote Masonic research in Lebanon under its current education committee.

The initiative organizes lectures, presentations, chat groups and reading materials to all Freemasons under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Antient Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland, and any jurisdiction in amity. It is our sincere wish and hope, that through good research and understanding of our teachings, we may come to better appreciate the objective of our ancient institution and be able to live by its tenants and principles.

 


Magnus Geometres will be hosting Masonic lectures and talks, with prominent Masonic Historians, Researchers, and Academics. These lectures are open to all Regular Master Masons under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Antient Free and Regular Masons of Scotland and all Lodges in amity.

 

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The Hermetic Art of Memory By Brother Martin Faulk

During this lecture Brother Faulks will lead us through the intellectual swirl and mystical Art of Memory that is referred to a certain specific set of memory disciplines and techniques that had evolved from classical Greek mnemonics.

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The Power Of Allegory By Julian Rees

Bro. Albert G. Mackey wrote: “To study the symbolism of Masonry is the only way to investigate its philosophy.” While Most Masonic scholars warn of the dangers implicit in any study of symbolism and urge caution in the interpretation of those symbols specific to Freemasonry, those same symbols are set as a means to an […]

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The East of the Grand Umayyad

When the Ancient Craft came to Damascus, back in April 1868 it immediately attracted the “who’s who” of Syrian society, among whom were seven prime ministers and two presidents. Dr. Sami Moubayed will lead us through this passionate era in Masonic History.

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The Red Triangle: A History of Anti-Masonry By Robert L.D. Cooper

Bro. Robert Cooper in his last book The Red Triangle looks at both the controversy surrounding present-day issues along with the long history of anti - masonry and what the future holds for the Freemasons.

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The Lost Rites of the Age of Enlightenment By Dr David Harrison

Dr Harrison will discuss the lost rites of Freemasonry, in particular the rites created in continental Europe during the eighteenth century by such charismatic and enigmatic Freemasons as Martinez Pasqually, Count Alessandro di Cagliostro, Pyotr Melissino and Baron Von Hund

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The Emerald Tablet: A Commentary on the Path of the True Adept By Martin Faulk

Legend has it that one text reveals the answers to the greatest mysteries. It was said that once someone truly understood the Emerald Tablet they would be able to work great miracles, turn base metals into gold, create the philosopher's stone, heal all illnesses, extend their life or even become immortal. Could these legends be pointing towards something more? Could this ancient magical text contain the keys to understanding all spiritual things?

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Approaching The Middle Chamber by Jaime Paul Lamb

Jaime Paul Lamb will sequentially tackle subjects such as the operative and speculative dynamic in Masonry and its correlative in the Hermetic Arts, the qabalistic significance of the Brazen Pillars, the mythological symbolism underlying the ancient orders of architecture, the occult application of the five human senses and, finally, the esoteric substrata of the seven liberal arts and sciences.

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