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Appropriate explanations are given to the candidate after each journey, making clear its symbolic meaning.
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Now that his gross matter has been purified rito escoces antiguo y aceptado the four elements, the Candidate is ready to embark on his journey of personal discovery and development, in accordance with the precepts of Freemasonry.
A question could be asked, why not have four symbolic journeys instead of three? After all, the Candidate is purified by the four elements, but only air, water and fire are the subject of the three journeys and the first purification is static, inside the earth.
The explanation, again, is Cabbalistic. For the Cabbalist, the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet hold great symbolic and mystical significance and power.
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Three letters are held in special reverence and are called the "mother" letters: These also represent air, water and fire, respectively; the same sequence of the "symbolic journeys" of purification.
This is a most dramatic moment in the Initiation ceremony.
Receiving the light is a symbolic rebirth. In Spanish, in fact, giving birth is called "alumbrar", giving light. In some rituals, at this point the candidate is surrounded by brethren holding swords which are pointed to him, and the WM explains that this means that Freemasonry will punish him rito escoces antiguo y aceptado he violates his promise, but also will protect him in all circumstances, whenever he tries to fulfill his duties.
At the end of the Initiation ceremony, the new brother receives two pairs of white gloves, one for himself and the other for his wife or 'the woman he most respects'. This is a very old Masonic tradition, dating from the beginning rito escoces antiguo y aceptado Speculative Freemasonry, and probably much earlier.
After investing the Candidate with his white apron, he is instructed in the "secrets" of the degree, which in the AASR consist not only of words, signs and tokens, rito escoces antiguo y aceptado also the "march" the steps when entering the lodge, different in each degreethe "battery" hand clapping, also different according to the degreeand the "age" the symbolic age of the Apprentice, Fellow-Craft or Master Mason.
The "march" in the three symbolic degrees is the steps which must be executed by the Mason who enters the lodge after it has been opened. In the first degree it consists of three steps, the second longer than the first, and the third longer still, directly pointing to the East.
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This represents the Mason's urgent desire to approach the source of light. Three, the number associated with the Apprentice, has innumerable symbolisms, but perhaps the most important one is that it combines male and female 1 and 2 being a synthesis of both.
This is also represented in the CHOR, where salt is the combination of sulfur the masculine, active principle rito escoces antiguo y aceptado mercury the feminine, passive principle.
In Cabbala these principles are fire and water, and the link between them is air. The neophyte symbolizes the stone, and this conflation of man and stone is found in all mythologies.
A brief lecture given by the Orator underlines the main teachings of rito escoces antiguo y aceptado Order, and provides some explanations of the ceremony.
The Neophyte receives back his "metals" and also a spray of roses.
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Green is an emblem of the infinite wisdom; red of the supreme energy, force or power; and white, produced by the mingling of all colors, of the divine harmony. The jewel is an equilateral triangle, of gold bars, with a flaming heart of gold in the center.
On the heart are the letters 'I', 'H', 'S'; and on the respective sides of the triangle 'W' on the rito escoces antiguo y aceptado, 'F' on the left, and 'H' at the bottom.
This jewel is suspended from a small collar of watered purple ribbon and hangs on the breast.
The last three letters stand for wisdom, force and harmony; the first three are traditional Christian initials for Iesus Hominum Salvator the letters 'J' and 'I' are interchangeable in Latin but which may also be read as Sapienta, Imperium, Harmonia.
Thus, their Masonic meaning rito escoces antiguo y aceptado the same meaning as the three upon the bars. Knight of the Sun The lessons of the 27th Degree: