Morals and Dogma

Masonic Wisdom

Morals and Dogma

By Albert Pike

Morals and Dogma stands head and shoulders above its contemporaries as the defining Masonic work of its time, if not the past several centuries. Albert Pike's magnum opus, Morals and Dogma is at the philosophical core of the Scottish Rite in particular and Freemasonry in general. Exhaustively researched and referenced, Pike communicates Masonic principle with a voice that echoes throughout time. Connecting the ancient histories and legends of great men and women of history with the symbols and precepts of Freemasonry, Albert Pike in Morals and Dogma has created the essential Masonic educational text. Up until the 1950s his compendium was given to every initiate of the Scottish Rite in the Southern Jurisdiction to better elucidate the signs and symbols of their craft. It is now preserved in the Masonic Online Library as a resource for any who would wish to use it. 

Title
Preface
I. Apprentice
II. The Fellow-Craft
III. The Master
IV. Secret Master
V. Perfect Master
VI. Intimate Secretary
VII. Provost and Judge
VIII. Intendent of the Building
IX. Elect of the Nine
X. Illustrious Elect of the Fifteen
XI. Sublime Elect of the Twelve, or Prince Ameth
XII. Grand Master Architect
XIII. Royal Arch of Solomon
XIV. Grand Elect, Perfect, and Sublime Mason
XV. Knight of the East or of the Sword
XVI. Prince of Jerusalem
XVII. Knight of the East and West
XVIII. Knight of the Rose Croix
XIX Grand Pontiff
XX. Grand Master of All Symbolic Lodges
XXI. Noachite, or Prussian Knight
XXII. Knight of the Royal Axe, or Prince of Libanus
XXIII. Chief of the Tabernacle
XXIV. Prince of the Tabernacle
XXV. Knight of the Brazen Serpent
XXVI. Prince of Mercy, or Scottish Trinitarian
XXVII. Knight Commander of the Temple
XXVIII. Knight of the Sun, or Prince Adept
XXIX. Grand Scottish Knight of St. Andrew
XXX. Knight Kadosh
XXXI. Grand Inspector Inquistor Commander
XXXII. Sublime Prince of the Royal Secret

 

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