Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Freemason Philosophy

"The well being of the human race is to some important degree concerned in this matter."

"Truth lies hid in obscurity," and "Masons, unlike others, never communicate more deceitfully then when plainly, nor ever more truly then when obscurely."

Though we write in English, yet our matter will be as hard as Greek to some, who will think, nevertheless, that they understand as well, when they misconstrue our meaning most perversely; for is it imaginable that they who are fools in nature should be wise in books."

"One must study US to know,
know US to understand,
understand US to judge US."