Key to Solomon's Key: Is This the Lost Symbol of Masonry? (2nd edition)

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Controversial Secrets of Magic and Masonry Revealed!

 

The popularity of Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code has ignited an explosion of public interest in Freemasonry and the role this ancient and secretive fraternity has played in the untold history of Western civilization. What (if any) is Masonry's connection to the intrigues of the Knights Templar -- the crusading order of military monks condemned for heresy and sorcery in the 14th century? Did the Templars, as so many modern commentators are suggesting, really possess a secret so astonishing that it threatened the very existence of the Church of Rome, and the monarchies of Europe whose power rested upon the "Divine Right of Kings?"

"The purpose of Masonry's veneration of Solomon is not to advance an alternate view of history, but to present, however subtly, the archetype of the future human being -- men and women who truly possess Solomon's Key -- the power to master our own demons and redirect their destructive energy to build the Temple of our own evolving soul." -Lon Milo DuQuette

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Key to Solomon's Key: Is This the Lost Key of Solomon?Lon Milo DuQuette

256 Pages

978-1888729283

 

2nd edition released 6/2010

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the link between the occult and Freemasonry

This intriguing look at intersections between Freemasonry and the Western magical traditions will be sure to evoke outrage from many quarters, but it poses crucial questions that deserve close attention from Masons, magicians, and anyone else concerned with the nature of religion and reality in a post-Christian age.
--John Michael Greer, 32 degree, author of Inside a Magical Lodge, The New Encyclopedia of the Occult and A World Full of Gods
 

Dan Brown From the Inside ...

Imagine Dan Brown on Steroids! Modern occultist and freemason Lon DuQuette reveals the most dangerous secret in the world, the blasphemous heresy that undermines millennia of superstition. This carefully guarded knowledge once caused the medieval Knight Templar to stamp upon a Crucifix to redeem fallen humanity. Learn the Masonic teaching by which the human spirit may be elevated, without ignoring either historical reality or scientific fact.
--James Wasserman, author of The Templars and the Assassins: The Militia of Heaven and The Mystery Traditions: Secret Symbols and Sacred Art

Secrets they DON'T want you to know!

For those of us lacking the resources to excavate occult secrets hidden beneath the Louvre, CIA Headquarters or Rosslyn Chapel, The Key to Solomon's Key is the next best thing. These pages reveal the true secrets of Solomon, from Masonry to magic. Lon Milo DuQuette's experience and learning make this fascinating journey through the history of the Bible, Knights Templar, Freemasons, and the Goetia all the more striking because it is real. Add Mr. DuQuette's inimitable wit and wisdom, and you have a genuine page-turner. While the reader of this book probably won’t be kidnapped, shot or chased around the world, the Most Dangerous Secret in the World will be revealed. What could be more exciting than that? Read this book now, before They get to it first!
--Richard Kaczynski, Ph.D., Yale University, author of Perdurabo, The Life of Aleister Crowley
 

Alchemy, Magic ... and King Solomon?

As the master transformer of dense esoteric literature into terrifically accessible and interesting nonfiction, author Lon Milo DuQuette in The Key to Solomon's Key: Secrets of Magic and Masonry, gives us his best offering to date. Here we are guided on a first-hand tour through the inner sanctums of so-called "Solomonic Magic." Uniquely, the view is highly trustworthy coming as it does from an actual practitioner and scholar of the subject matter involved; DuQuette just happens to be a wonderful storyteller to boot. Included are the connective tissues of early Christianity, the Knights Templars, Freemasonry, Kabbalah, Hermeticism, Alchemy, and Magic. In The Key to Solomon's Key, the reader is always treated respectfully with the reasoned insights of a modern investigator of truth and consciousness. The cheaper sort of phantasmagoria that often follows popular occult myths is exorcised out of this highly credible and readable accounting. The book, however, carries a ticking religious time-bomb of historic proportions just waiting to explode. The implications for our times are provocative.
--Arthur Rosengarten, Ph.D., author of Tarot And Psychology: Spectrums of Possibility and Tarot Of The Nine Paths: A Guide For The Spiritual Traveler.