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A prophecy museum and library...

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It has been a while since I contributed to this blog but it is not dead nor am I just very busy trying to help out my brother. But I have news so I have to break the silence... I am starting to build a prophecy museum and library. My brother has given me a small place to be its first home and I am currently collecting stuff to place in its exhibits. To help move things forward at a more rapid pace than I can do on my own, I have created a fundraiser on GoFundMe. Please share and contribute to this if you care!  https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-build-a-prophecy-museum-and-library

Blazing star is divine Providence (Mackey, An encyclopaedia of freemasonry and its kindred sciences, 1874)

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Text: none Quote:     Blazing Star.  [...]   In the lectures taught by Webb, and very generally adopted in this country, the Blazing Star is said to be "commemorative of the star which appeared to guide the wise men of the East to the place of our Saviour's nativity," and it is subsequently explained as hieroglyphically representing divine Providence. [...] Mackey, Albert Gallatin, An encyclopaedia of freemasonry and its kindred sciences: comprising the whole range of arts, sciences and literature as connected with the institution , Philadelphia: Moss & Company, 1874, p. 117 . Online Source:   archive.org/details/encyclopaediaoff00mackrich Book Images: Related YouTube Videos:

The blazing star is an emblem of Divine Providence (Mackey, An encyclopaedia of freemasonry and its kindred sciences, 1874)

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Text: none Quote:     Blazing Star.  [...]    In the ninth degree, this symbol is called "the star of direction;" and while it primitively alludes to an especial guidance given for a particular purpose expressed in the degree, it still retains, in a remoter sense, its usual signification as an emblem of Divine Providence guiding and directing the pilgrim in his journey through life. Mackey, Albert Gallatin, An encyclopaedia of freemasonry and its kindred sciences: comprising the whole range of arts, sciences and literature as connected with the institution , Philadelphia: Moss & Company, 1874,  p. 116 . Online Source:   archive.org/details/encyclopaediaoff00mackrich Book Images: Related YouTube Videos:

The blazing star is the light of Providence (Mackey, An encyclopaedia of freemasonry and its kindred sciences, 1874)

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Text: none Quote:     Blazing Star.  [...]    In the fourth degree of the same Rite, the star is again said to be a symbol of the light of Divine Providence pointing out the way of truth. Mackey, Albert Gallatin, An encyclopaedia of freemasonry and its kindred sciences: comprising the whole range of arts, sciences and literature as connected with the institution , Philadelphia: Moss & Company, 1874,  p. 116 . Online Source:   archive.org/details/encyclopaediaoff00mackrich Book Images: Related YouTube Videos:

The blazing star is a true Mason (Mackey, An encyclopaedia of freemasonry and its kindred sciences, 1874)

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Text: none Quote:     Blazing Star.  [...]    In the twenty-eighth degree of the Ancient and Accepted Rite, the explanation given of the Blazing Star, is, that it is symbolic of a true Mason, who, by perfecting himself in the way of truth, that is to say, by advancing in knowledge, becomes like a blazing star, shining with brilliancy in the midst of darkness. The star is, therefore, in this degree, a symbol of truth. Mackey, Albert Gallatin, An encyclopaedia of freemasonry and its kindred sciences: comprising the whole range of arts, sciences and literature as connected with the institution , Philadelphia: Moss & Company, 1874,  p. 116 . Online Source:   archive.org/details/encyclopaediaoff00mackrich Book Images: Related YouTube Videos:

The blazing star... the glory in the centre (Mackey, An encyclopaedia of freemasonry and its kindred sciences, 1874)

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Text: none Quote:     Blazing Star.  [...]    "The Blazing Star, or glory in the centre, [...] Mackey, Albert Gallatin, An encyclopaedia of freemasonry and its kindred sciences: comprising the whole range of arts, sciences and literature as connected with the institution , Philadelphia: Moss & Company, 1874,  p. 116 . Online Source:   archive.org/details/encyclopaediaoff00mackrich Book Images: Related YouTube Videos:

Blazing star is the great Architect of the Universe (Mackey, An encyclopaedia of freemasonry and its kindred sciences, 1874)

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Text: none Quote:     Blazing Star.  [...] [...] Such persons will rather accept the expression of Dr. Oliver, who, though much disposed to give a Christian character to our Institution, says, "the great Architect of the Universe is therefore symbolized in Freemasonry by the Blazing Star, as the herald of our salvation." ( Symb. Glory , p. 292.) Mackey, Albert Gallatin, An encyclopaedia of freemasonry and its kindred sciences: comprising the whole range of arts, sciences and literature as connected with the institution , Philadelphia: Moss & Company, 1874, pp. 116 , 118 . Online Source:   archive.org/details/encyclopaediaoff00mackrich Book Images: Related YouTube Videos: