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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    I already know what "The Key" is do you?
    Eldo, Legrand, Jean Laf, and others have made similar statements with confirmation to back those claims.
    Welcome to the club!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    Eldo, Legrand, Jean Laf, and others have made similar statements with confirmation to back those claims.
    Welcome to the club!
    Yes but I am not talking about "the key" to the Beale Treasure cipher codes, I am talking about "THE KEY" to everything.
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    If you say so, Franklin, but you must understand why some of us have our doubts about you claim.
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    Nah... DON'T CARE!
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    YOUR book: "NO treasure, just about Freemasons"...
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    Egypt?
    Bermuda?
    What do either of these have to do with the Beale story?

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    So...?

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    Let's not go off too far into the depths of despair........

    Bermuda ?
    But he who knows forms, is able to grasp the unity of nature beneath the surface of materials which are very unlike. Thus is he able to identify and bring about things that have never been done before, things of the kind which neither the vicissitudes of nature, nor hard experimenting, nor pure accident could ever have actualized, nor even human thought dreamed of. And thus from the discovery of the forms flows true speculation and unrestricted operation.

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    YEAH! Da "TRIANGLE"!

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    What is "Cryptic Masonry" and the "Cryptic Rite"?

    The Cryptic Rite is "one of the smallest but one of the most important and certainly one of the most curious of all the rites," according to Coil's Masonic Encyclopedia. "Crypt" comes from a Greek word meaning "hide, conceal, or secret," and thus has come to mean a vault, cave, or other place of underground concealment. The Cryptic degrees are centered on stories involving a vault or crypt where certain treasures were hidden beneath King Solomon's Temple in Jerusalem for very specific purposes. They were first called "Cryptic" by Rob Morris, a very influential Mason in the 1800's.

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    As in geometry, so in Masonry, there is no “royal road” to perfection. A knowledge of its principles and its science, and consequently an acquaintance with its beauties, can only be acquired by long and diligent study. To the careless observer it seldom offers, at a hasty glance, much to attract his attention or secure his interest. The gold must be deprived, by careful manipulation, of the dark and worthless ore which surrounds and envelops it, before its metallic luster and value can be seen and appreciated. (Mackey, An Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and Its Kindred Sciences 35)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mooo View Post
    What is "Cryptic Masonry" and the "Cryptic Rite"?

    The Cryptic Rite is "one of the smallest but one of the most important and certainly one of the most curious of all the rites," according to Coil's Masonic Encyclopedia. "Crypt" comes from a Greek word meaning "hide, conceal, or secret," and thus has come to mean a vault, cave, or other place of underground concealment. The Cryptic degrees are centered on stories involving a vault or crypt where certain treasures were hidden beneath King Solomon's Temple in Jerusalem for very specific purposes. They were first called "Cryptic" by Rob Morris, a very influential Mason in the 1800's.
    NOT the Robert Morris(s) of the JOB PRINT.

 

 
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