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Thursday, March 16, 2017

#5 Master Rite of Unknown Superiors

March 18, 2017

In line with the Rite of Strict Observance, I have created this rite. You can read about the Masonic Rite of Strict Observance by Arthur Edward Waite. History shows that the rite seems to fall apart as its members were disappointed with its results. It looks like this rite has ties with French Martinism, which I believe, is only a desired pursuit of a mind-link with Claude de St. Martin. I have discarded Martinism in favor of a mind-link with Nicholas Flamel as you can see from my previous rite. If you read up on Templar history it centers around a claim to supposed rights to land.

I'm getting off topic slightly, but wanted to give you some perspective into this concept. I wrote on my secret forces of prayer, previously, in this blog. You can review that subject again to get some idea of what I'm talking about. Those that have used affirmations will be familiar with this.

Back in my college days, I used something that might be comparable to using spirit familiars - I called them the "secret Forces" which were spirit helpers. If you explore this blog you will find my prayer to them. I defined the "secret Forces" as having specific names: Corey, Daniel, Perry, Theodore, Tess and Xavier. When good things happened I thanked them. When I wanted something I asked them for something in particular. My life was pretty much magical as I let them have more control in my life. I trusted them. I was thanking them for some fun and excitement in my later college years and my life became that.

This rite can be done by affirming the following statement 5-10 times throughout the day. Best is to say it morning, noon and evening, 5-10 times each.

(1) Ask your spirit guides to help you find out the secret knowledge of what the Knights Templars knew.
Say the affirmation: "Spirits are guiding me to know the secret knowledge of what the Knights Templars knew."
Thank the spirit guides for any perceived things that come your way related to the Templars.

Of course, you would do well to research the history of Templars through websites on the web, books or historical magazines at the same time to assist your pursuit of knowledge. My motto is "seek and you shall find".

Some of you may not be so inclined to know what secret knowledge the Templars may have held. You can use this second affirmation morning, noon and evening:

(2) Ask your spirit guides to help you get good fortune.
Say the affirmation: "Spirits are leading me into situations that get me good fortune."
Thank the spirit guides for any perceived things that come your way such as promotions, business deals, gambling winnings, or any other fortunate circumstances.
To change your mindset, try to make a few more affirmations, such as, "I have a fortune in cash" or "I always have good luck".

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