Today, in 1891, Albert Pike passed away. Which made me start thinking, when considering Pike today is he more of a patron or a hindrance to freemasonry?
The only problem I see with Pike's writings is it's too easy for the crazies to quote them out of context to make some out of this world claim.
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If you are literate (as in "well read") enough, you're likely to blow right past it. :001_smile:I'm reading Morals and Dogma now. Though he's very wordy, I haven't ran across anything that has set off my BS detector. In fact, it's been an enjoyable read so far. So I guess I just haven't made it to the nut job fodder yet, whatever it may be.