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Dissipation of the Darkness History of the Origin of Masonry JJ Lawrence

Dissipation of the Darkness History of the Origin of Masonry JJ Lawrence

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DISSIPATION OF THE DARKNESSDISSIPATION OF THE DARKNESSDISSIPATION OF THE DARKNESSDISSIPATION OF THE DARKNESS
 
 History of the Origin of Masonry
 
This Copy in honor and in remembrance of Samuel Lawrence who determined to carry out the Will of his Great-grandfather and Great- grandmother Jonas and Janet
 
“I fulfilled your sacred will, dear Janet. I dissipated the darkness as you asked me to. I justify my attitude before science, history, religion and I am content.” 
 
 Jonas ( James)  Jonas ( James)  Jonas ( James)  Jonas ( James) Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence 
 Killed mysteriously in 1825.
 Warning! This History exposes Originof Freemasonry (Mysterious Force) asthe Origin of the Kingdom of theAntichrist!King Herod designated Hiram Abiud(founder of the Mysterious Force) asMaster instead of Jesus. This Hiram wassurnamed Hiram Abiff in outrightdeceit. Masons were to be deliberatelydeceived.
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Table Of Contents 
Dissipation of the Darkness History of Masonry....................................................................................................4PREFACE to the English Edition.......................................................................................................................4DEDICATION of Awad Khoury (translator of the work from French to Arabic) to all the Masons of theWorld..................................................................................................................................................................5INTRODUCTIONS............................................................................................................................................6Résumé of the life of Doctor Prudente de Moraes..........................................................................................6Résumé of the Autobiography of 
 Awad Khoury
.............................................................................................6My encounter with the owner of this History.................................................................................................6Comparison of this History with prior knowledge of Masonry......................................................................8My Intentions..................................................................................................................................................8AGREEMENT..................................................................................................................................................10Dissipation of the Darkness Origin of Freemasonry First Section.......................................................................12Introduction to the Work...................................................................................................................................12SUPPLEMENT “A”........................................................................................................................................23Dissipation of the Darkness Origin of Freemasonry Second Section...................................................................27CHAPTER ONE...............................................................................................................................................27CHAPTER TWO..............................................................................................................................................29CHAPTER THREE..........................................................................................................................................30CHAPTER FOUR The Frightful Oath.............................................................................................................34CHAPTER FIVE The horrifying oath of the founders.....................................................................................36CHAPTER SIX Foundationof the first lodge, called the “Lodge of Jerusalem”..............................................38Dissipation of the Darkness Origin of Freemasonry Chapters 7 to 19.................................................................39CHAPTER SEVEN The General Oath.............................................................................................................39CHAPTER EIGHT The manner of joining......................................................................................................40CHAPTER NINE In the interior of the Temple Designation of the tasks of the Founders..............................41CHAPTER TEN The preparation of the Instruments and Symbols.................................................................43CHAPTER ELEVEN The First Session and the First Temple.........................................................................44CHAPTER TWELVE Preaching to attract affiliates........................................................................................45CHAPTER THIRTEEN The Foundation of Secondary Temples in Judea......................................................46CHAPTER FOURTEEN The establishment of Associations affiliated to ours, but with other names...........48CHAPTER FIFTEEN The death of Herod Agrippa, founder of the Association............................................49CHAPTER SIXTEEN Hiram succeeds King Agrippa in the Presidency of the Association..........................50CHAPTER SEVENTEEN Hiram’s disappearance..........................................................................................51CHAPTER EIGHTEEN Plan for the wake held as homage in honor of Hiram Abiud, founder of theAssociation........................................................................................................................................................53CHAPTER NINETEEN The signs of recognition and the norms for entering the Temple............................55Dissipation of the Darkness Origin of Freemasonry Chapters 20 to 32...............................................................57CHAPTER TWENTY The Official Norms of the Third Degree.....................................................................57CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE The text of the order sent to all the temples of the Association. The confirmationof the Third Degree: the Degree of Master Hiram and the Rituals of the Act..................................................59CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO Synthesis of what occurred from the year 55 after Christ until the year 105 afterChrist.................................................................................................................................................................61CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE The Designation of the Degrees....................................................................62CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR Synthesis of what occurred from the year 115 until year 500 after Jesus.....63CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE What happened after the appearance of Mohammed, the founder of the Islamic,Religion.............................................................................................................................................................64CHAPTER TWENTY-SIX The Foundation of Temples in Europe, after the Temple of Rome....................65
 
 3CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN
 
How we knew that the founder of the Temple of Rome, and its first president,were descendants of Hiram Abiud; and the transfer of one of his descendants to Russia................................66CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT How Joseph Levy, his son, Abraham, and Abraham Abiud were sent toLondon..............................................................................................................................................................67CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE Details of Joseph Levy’s assassination and what occurred later......................68CHAPTER THIRTY Conditions and requirements Adoniram imposed on Desaguliers.................................69CHAPTER THIRTY-ONE Jonas’ affiliation with New Masonry...................................................................71CHAPTER THIRTY-TWO The ascent of Jonas to the Second Degree: Fellow Craftsman...........................74Dissipation of the Darkness Origin of Freemasonry Chapters 33 to the end of the book....................................75CHAPTER THIRTY-THREE Jonas’ ascent to the Third Degree: the Degree of Master Hiram.....................75CHAPTER THIRTY-FOUR Jonas’ ascent to the following Degrees, to to the 18
th
.......................................76CHAPTER THIRTY-FIVE My ascent to the 18
th
Degree, or that of the Rose Cross......................................77CHAPTER THIRTY-SIX The counsels offered by Janet to her husband James (Jonas) so he would no longerassociate himself with the enemies of the Church of Rome.............................................................................78CHAPTER THIRTY-SEVEN My ascent to the other degrees, from the 19
th
to the 33
rd
................................79CHAPTER THIRTY-EIGHT The delivery of the secrets on the part of James, or Jones, to his son, Samuel80First Investigation.........................................................................................................................................80Second Investigation.....................................................................................................................................80Third Investigation Samuel’s surprise when faced with the Secrets and the cunning on reading the History.......................................................................................................................................................................81Fourth Investigation Synthesis of the Comments about the superior and anti-religious Orders that Jamesrevealed to his son, Samuel The Intended Erroneous Interpretation of the three words: Liberty, Fraternityand Equality..................................................................................................................................................82Fifth” Investigation ”MUTUAL AID”........................................................................................................83Sixth Investigation The secrets and the Principal Leadership......................................................................84Seventh Investigation Mother Masonry, her Daughters and Granddaughters.............................................84Eighth Investigation Socialism....................................................................................................................84Ninth Investigation Masonic Education.......................................................................................................85Tenth Investigation Masonic Teaching.........................................................................................................85Eleventh Investigation The Responsibility of the Corrupt Clergy................................................................85Twelfth Investigation Masonry and the Woman..........................................................................................86SOME REFERENCES ON FREEMASONRY................................................................................................88

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