Real Ordine A.L.A.M. (A.D. 926): una ierostoria

Unione Cristiana dei Liberi Muratori

Il Real Ordine degli Antichi Liberi Accettati Muratori (Anno Domini 926) è il polospiritualee fraterno ove si custodisce – nella sua integrità e nella sua purezza – la tradizione massonica originaria.
Dinanzi alle secolari profanazioni a cui la Libera Muratoria era sottoposta – sia dall’esterno che dall’interno – un cenacolo di confratelli, noti per aver esplorato, a lungo e con amore, i campi di Luce dell’Arte Reale e le forme spirituali da essa gemmate, si assunse nel 1992 il compito – come accogliendo un mandato dei Veglianti – di ripristinare i canoni legittimi che la demarcano.
Il Real Ordine A.L.A.M. mantiene il carattere di cenacolo spirituale , ribadendo il primato di interiorità e autenticitàsu qualsiasi istanza quantitativa o esteriore, che può solo condurre – lo dimostrano storia e attualità – a diluizioni o, peggio ancora, a deformazioni della natura sacrale della Libera Muratoria.
In taluni ambienti si…

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DR. WILLIAM MINOR (1834 -1920) Insane Doctor Who Contributed to the Oxford English Dictionary

FORGOTTEN NEWSMAKERS

William Minor had a split personality.  He was a doctor whose hobbies included playing flute and painting.  His contribution to the creation of the Oxford English Dictionary was immeasurable.  But internally he suffered from paranoia, which determined the course of his adult life.

Minor’s parents were Americans descended from early settlers in New England, but in 1834 they went to Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) as missionaries, representing a Scottish Presbyterian group called Covenanters.  His mother died when he was three, and his father remarried another young missionary woman.  The mission school gave Minor and his siblings an excellent education, and he had the opportunity to learn several languages.

When Minor was 13, he started having “lascivious thoughts” toward the exotic native girls.  He never acted on his impulses, but it was so difficult for him to reconcile these urges with his religious upbringing that he was plagued with guilt.  His…

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Stafford Betty@Huff Post: The Looming Divorce Between Religion and the Afterlife

The Search For Life After Death

Dr. Stafford Betty is a Professor of religious studies at California State University, Bakersfield.  You might also know him as the author of several fantastic books about the afterlife, such as The Afterlife Unveiled: What the Dead are Telling Us About Their World and Heaven and Hell Unveiled: Updates From The Spirit World

Recently, Dr. Betty has written an article for The Huffington Post called ‘The Looming Divorce Between Religion and the Afterlife’that discusses the growing belief in the afterlife despite the statistical decline of participation in organized religion.

Dr. Betty cites an interesting study that was done by Professor Jean Twenge of San Diego State University that shows how this belief in the afterlife is rising amongst millennials, despite their decidedly low participation in religion.  Twenge attributes this fact (most arrogantly, I would add) to the idea that millennials feel ‘entitled’ to get something (in this case, the…

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IL TRIBUNALE DEL LAVORO MI HA DATO RAGIONE

BABAJI

ma pur avendo ragione sarà molto difficile riavere tutti quei soldi che con grave ingiustizia mi sono stati sottratti

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ma giuggino dimail cosa dirà in Lucania ?

ah , sapevatelo che io dicesse ?

ah ….. sapevatelo che io arrivasse * * * * * 

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qui in vaticano è sepolto il cugino di gesù

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L’APOSTOLO SAN GIUDA TADDEO LABBEO il 1° custode del velo di bisso marino deposto dalla MADDALENA sul volto di GESU’ adesso custodito a MANOPPELLO

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