Chapter 08, MYSTERIUM
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ter-builders (…) in an age that produces such masters as the great Huygenius and the incompa-rable Mr Newton.”
Remarkably, Michael White in his well-documented book on Isaac Newton (5) not only once mentions Désaguliers, perhaps to obfuscate Newton’s link with Freemasonry that evolved from Rosicrucianism. He does mention in the margin of page 118:
“According to some scholars of the occult, the Rosicrucians may still exist in transmuted form. Some argue that they continue to influence world politics in a clandestine fashion, but ultimately more divisively than their largely ineffectual ancestors.”
So, Michael White knows! It is from a Freemasonic website on the topic that I found the following, so his affiliation with Newton is to be taken as an established fact:
«« In 1713, Désaguliers is ordained minister of religion. That same year he marries Jeanne Pudsley and one year later moves to settle at Westminster where he is the first master of conference to speak about sciences. It is the time during which he ties himself in friendship with Newton, who becomes the godfather of one of his two sons. Désaguliers dedicates himself with Newton, whose assistant he was, to various experiments in physics, notably the one which consists in dropping glass globules from the top of the dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, which enabled him to write an article entitled ‘An Account of Some Experiments done on 27 April 1719, to find out how much the Resistance of the Air retards Falling Bodies’, published in the Transactions of the Royal Society. (6) He supports thus Isaac Newton in the redaction of the Corrigenda and Addenda of his Principia, in full ‘Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica’. »» In 1998, a copy of the first edition was auctioned for the formidable sum of US $ 325,000, equal to twelve times the yearly income of an employee, which indicates the importance our world attaches to this publication. It was also considered very important by Newton. Thus the omission of Désaguliers in the biography on Isaac Newton was deliberate. Both men were also member of the Hartlib Circle, which was a covert group, a kind of invisible college, that included many members of the prestigious Royal Society. It offered a platform where alchemists and would-be magicians could meet to discuss their trade.
3 - The art of deception known as science
As a true daughter of its founding fathers, the Rosicrucian movement had strong pagan and anti-Christian leanings.
Rosicrucianism has been defined as a sect that believes that all secret and sacred writings have truth in them, irrespective of their source, and must be judged by their inculcations rather than the source. Thus formulated, we have the royal road to paganism. The rights of God were not to be taken seriously and this is the tendency in all the ‘houses’ of our current society that have been taken over by the devious scientific spirit. This spirit is charac-terized by an atheistic cool-analytical approach, which has dissociated itself from any morality proposed to it from the outside. I am hinting at the Ten Commandments given to humanity from the realm of the so-called 5
dimension. The Ten Commandments are an affront to our modern mind. At best they are a laughing matter, surely if one understands that the revelation on Mount Sinai is something that genuinely took place. Real freedom consists of trampling on anything which those commandments prescribe. “Is it real-ly true - the snake in Paradise sweetly asked - that you cannot eat from
the trees in this gar-den?” The interpretation of this scene catches the eye: no freedom without transgressing the cen-tral command. But that is not freedom, that is pride. Our modern society can be construed as an anti-type to those Commandments, but covertly, in the way of the devilish trickster. If openly