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In this second installment of this exclusive series we learn the sacred truths of ancient and medieval symbolism employed by secret societies, such as the Freemasons. We listen to the teachings from across the ages, drawn together from a lifetime of learning. Tim Wallace-Murphy regularly travels the globe teaching at Masonic lodges, spiritual retreats, and major conferences. Here, for the first time, we can listen to the wisdom of our ancestors in the comfort of our own home and delve into the mind of one who truly understands the sacred nature of God on earth as seen by ancient Gnostics and understand the psychological and spiritual power of symbols. From cave paintings to Egypt and from pagan sculptures to Christian churches we are led on a journey of profound depth. It's time to listen to the voice of wisdom.
Tim Wallace-Murphy is an international, best-selling author known throughout the world for his deep knowledge of Rosslyn, the Knights Templar, sacred geometry and Rex Deus - the real bloodline of Jesus Christ and the sacred continuation of esoteric and Gnostic knowledge.
Tim Wallace-Murphy has been the expert consultant to many scholars and authors on these subjects, most notably Dan Brown, the author of The Da Vinci Code.
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By Christian on 09-07-08

Symbolism and the unconscious

Since communication with the Divine happens mostly through our unconscious and knowing that the unconscious expresses itself mostly through symbolism, it is therefore difficult to develop spirituality without any understanding of the powerful symbols that have been used over the ages. It is fascinating to learn how the builders of cathedrals found successful ways to pass their knowledge and beliefs without being detected by the Roman Catholic Church during the middle age and the renaissance.

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