Freemasonry and Reincarnation

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PostTue May 04, 2010 6:35 pm » by Bradwatson


I originally posted this on: http://forum.mastermason.com Masonic Forums: Reincarnation (it has been tweaked since)

Freemasonry and Reincarnation

"The Church has not gotten out of the tangled knot of original sin because there is nowhere to go but preexistence". - Reincarnation: The Missing Link In Christianity by Elizabeth Clare Prophet

The ancient sources/influences of Freemasonry are: Egyptian mysteries, Orphic (Greek) Cults, King Solomon's Temple builders, Essenes, Roman Collegia, Mithraism, Zoroasterism, Druids, Pythagoras/ Pythagoreans, Euclid, early Church fathers Origen & Clement of Alexandria, Rex Deus, Cathars, Kaballists, Knights Templar, and Rosicrucians. (I may have missed somebody.) ALL of these groups and individuals believed that the soul is eternal and in the 'transmigration of the soul'/ physical-life-after-death/ reincarnation.

Freemasonry and its Ancient Mystic Rites by C. W. Leadbeater - INDEX: Reincarnation, 7,37,191; and legend of Osiris, 37-38; taught in Druidical Mysteries, 121; taught in Pythagorean school, 98

Is one of the major aspects - if not the primary aspect - of the highest levels of Scottish Rite Freemasonry the belief in reincarnation? I've had five 32 & 33 Degree Masons confirm that it is! Do some of the rituals of the Lodge pertain to the process of birth-death-rebirth, including Hiram Abiff? Have Lodges lost some of the meaning of reincarnation in some ancient rituals? I've been doing research into reincarnation for many years now and have made some important discoveries…

Theory of Luck
luck100 = karma5 x [desire4 + actions4 + ability4+ contributions4 + blessings4]


First, it's important to take the religious belief of physical life-after-death and provide a scientific proof for it. I've discovered the theory and 13 principles of reincarnation. Five of the principles are five theories of science that directly apply to reincarnation: the law of conservation of energy, the law of conservation of consciousness, the law of information, wave/particle duality, and the theory of luck. The law of conservation of energy states that "energy cannot be created or destroyed, although it can be transformed". The law of consciousness states that "consciousness cannot be created or destroyed, although it can be transformed". The law of information states that "information can be created, but not destroyed, although it can be transferred”. The law of wave/particle duality states that “all matter & energy is both waves and particles”: this life is a particle in the wave of our eternal life. And the theory of luck provides the equation of how our karma is reflected back by the 'matrix' or ‘universal quantum computer’ (see above). Reincarnation has often been described by many intellectuals as being "the most logical explanation for what happens after death" and now there are five laws of physics that support it! However, anyone who is even slightly familiar with the scientific method knows that there must be experimental evidence to support a theory and that the theory must be expressed as a mathematical equation (see above). Let me list four examples of 'direct reincarnations' involving those who undoubtedly believed in it: Grand Master Masons...

Benjamin Franklin returned as Abraham Lincoln
George Washington returned as Robert E. Lee
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart returned as Hector Berlioz
Franklin Delano Roosevelt returned as Barack Obama


A 'continued mission' is the key behind recognizing and helping prove a direct reincarnation. Everyone who is familiar with these men should recognize a continued mission. Masons uniquely recognize God as the Grand Architect of the Universe. G.A.O.T.U. would recognize how important these four souls are and would guide them along their way in order to fulfill His purpose of a 'heaven on Earth'. Permit me to continue with exposing the rest of the paths of these souls...

Abraham Lincoln returned as Albert Einstein who has returned as ---*
Robert E. Lee returned as Dwight D. Eisenhower
Hector Berlioz returned as Maurice Ravel who returned as Chick Corea (a Scientologist who like
all Scientologists believes in reincarnation)


Everyone needs to recognize the roots of Freemasonry. It certainly didn't begin in 1717 when 4 London74 Lodges combined to become the first Grand Lodge. (This was a huge code! 17/4: April 17, 6 BC or 17/4/747 AUC was Jesus74' true Birthday.) If we explore the ties of Freemasonry to the Kaballists (Kaballa740 is the correct spelling based on gematria874) and the Knights Templar. If we also agree that different ancient civilizations' mystery traditions, i.e. Egyptian, Greek, Babylonian, Druids, etc. greatly influenced Freemasonry. Roman Mithraism combined with Messianic-Judaism to form the Roman Catholic Church. Mithra worshippers believed in reincarnation. And if we look to the Rosicrucians, Pythagoreans, Essenes, and some significant early Church Fathers like Origin and Clement (both) from Alexandria, we find that all these traditions believed in and taught reincarnation. Pythagoras taught reincarnation along with sacred geometry/sacred gematria. Is there any more accomplished and respected Freemason than the Grand Master Benjamin Franklin? He alluded to reincarnation early in his life and even chose an epitaph when young that alludes to it! Franklin went public about reincarnation at the end of his life explaining that he hadn't earlier because he didn't want to disturb anybody's religious beliefs. Pardon me if I'm disturbing anyone's religious beliefs, but scientifically proving that the world is round and orbits around the Sun disturbed a lot of people's religious beliefs. Some of the world's best libraries on esoteric knowledge are found in Masonic74 lodges.

The terms "born with gifts" or "God-given gifts" have been used to 'explain' child prodigies throughout at least the last 500 years if not much longer. But what do these terms imply: that God is holding some sort of Grand lottery where He is randomly giving out great talents to some, great handicaps to others, and mediocrity to most? What kind of God what that be? Cruel and illogical. No one who is convinced that God exists believes that God is cruel and illogical, therefore, that weak explanation for child prodigies must be wrong and it is! Furthermore, chaos theory states that nothing is truly random, there is only an appearance of randomness. Reincarnation and the rules of karma very simply explain how one can be born with what seems like 'gifts'.

The first example I chose of direct reincarnation was Grand Master Mason Benjamin Franklin returning as Abraham Lincoln. This has been known for some time at the highest level of Freemasonry and Masons within the US Federal Government. (Compare the statue of Franklin in the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia [a national memorial] to the statue in the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC). Franklin - who left physical record of his belief in reincarnation - submitted a bill to the 1st US Congress for the “abolishment of slavery” on February 12, 1790. (Of course, the Southerners in Congress strongly voted this down.) He died two months later on 4/17: Jesus' Birthday. Franklin died with an obsession of keeping a fragmented union of states together and abolishing slavery. Lincoln was born - "with great gifts" - over 18 years later on February 12. Lincoln attended one year of formal school. Study his writings. How does anyone 'explain the data in any other logical way' than Lincoln was the reincarnation of Franklin? (Pardon me for summarizing in one paragraph what might be best explained in an entire book.) One of the long held beliefs of Kaballa - Jewish74 mysticism - is that the spirit of Moses is reincarnated in every generation.

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- Brad Watson, Miami, FL
author of 'There Are No Coincidences - there is synchronism'
discoverer of 'plan-it theory': GOD=7_4 or FOD=6_4

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PostSat May 29, 2010 3:47 pm » by Bradwatson


Everyone,

No replies to Freemasonry and Reincarnation?! Since writing this, I found that there are actually 15 principles of reincarnation which I've posted on the-science-behind-reincarnation-t22953.html Check it out.

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- Brad Watson, Miami, FL
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discoverer of 'plan-it theory': GOD=7_4 or FOD=6_4

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PostSat May 29, 2010 5:00 pm » by Emeraldtruth


Personally I find your article unconvincing. I have read the other post on the 15 principles btw. You appear to assume a lot without showing evidence.
After saying that, I do agree on the likelihood of reincarnation as a probable fact. There was an interesting documentary I watched a few weeks back, about a young Scottish boy who could remember being a man on an island where the beach was a runway before he "fell through" to here. I'm having issues technically but I'll try to link it.

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PostSat May 29, 2010 5:07 pm » by Emeraldtruth



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PostSat May 29, 2010 5:35 pm » by Cee420


Hey..

Actually, if you read the Theosophy information/texts a little closer, there is no actual proof that reincarnation is a FACT! ..they just choose to believe this. Sure the modern New agers talk about it as fact, but they have no proof! ..if you read from the original (older) new age texts, it is only a belief and a conclusion of their own reasoning .

Even the Buddhist say it can or can't be true..

Here's one older theosophical text ...they just choose to believe it exists.
http://www.theosophy-nw.org/theosnw/reincar/re-gdep.htm

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PostSun May 30, 2010 8:36 am » by Beerthirty


Much more likely that the person who believes they are reincarnated is actually posessed by an evil spirit that has posessed many and is recounting memories of the many it has posessed. Eastern Mysticism has wormed its way into all religious systems practised today but I am not buying into any of it. Im not knocking anyones beliefs, I just reserve the right to not be persuaded by others, preferring to do my own study of what I consider to be the retarded history of humankind.
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PostSun May 30, 2010 8:48 am » by Buffendoff


There is no evil, get over it.
It´s just a transition of mind, we all carry +- in our souls.

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PostSun May 30, 2010 9:09 am » by Beerthirty


No evil, really?, ok, sorry to interrupt your kool-aid party.
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PostSun May 30, 2010 9:30 am » by Buffendoff


I know it´s hard to :cheers: accept

I could spend years trying to tell you, but I find good in every Human.
Do we fight bad stuff, all the time, we fight ourselves.

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PostSun May 30, 2010 10:20 am » by Beerthirty


As I stated in my first post, Im not knocking yours or anyones beliefs, I just don't subscribe to your apparent belief that there is no evil. If that offends you, too bad. It has been my misfortune all too often to have the exact same experience with liberals who when confronted with someone that rebukes their belief system, they resort to insulting instead of healthy debate. Not sure where you fall into this but I am not going there. I don't care what you believe nor do I want to, but if you have some definition of evil that sugar coats things like murder, rape, and corruption of all flavors, I am not buying into it. Have a nice life.
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