Published in 1921. In this book Dr Albert Churchward proposes that the unity of brotherhood throughout the world is the only means for permanent universal peace. Churchward puts forth his argument against the dangers of socialism and anarchy for human enlightenment by referencing the teachings and spirituality that encompasses freemasonry thought, in relation to the evolution of the human race.
1. Introduction. 2. Periodic Laws of the Corpuscles and Socialists. 3. Life and What It Is : Material , Spiritual and Evolutional. 4. Sign Language. 5. Creation and Evolution to Pygmies : Pre-Totemic Homo, With Origin of the First Symbol. 6. Evolution of Totemic People and Origin of Some of Our Signs, Symbols, Ceremonies, and Explanations of the Same. 7. Stella Cult People and Origin of Other Sign and Symbols : The Seven Lesser Mysteries , The Initiatory Ceremony , Written Language ,m Ancient Hittite Inscription Translated , Origin of the Operative and Speculative Masons and Differences. 8. The Lunar Cult : The Solar Cult , Origin of Other Signs and Symbols, Origin of the Ten Grater Mysteries or Mysteries of Amenta , Their Perversion by the Greeks and Other Nations. 9. Horus of the Double Horizon and Early Solar Cults. 10. Mythical Representations and Evolution of Religious Ideas : The Ten Greater Mysteries and Relations of the Same. 11. Universal Brotherhood of Freemasonary the Only Effective Means for Permanent Peace Throughout the World. 12. Index.
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