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There was an ancient French trade guild (or collective of various guilds) called the Commpagnonage (Companions). According to their myths, a master or maitre Jacques was murdered, either by the disciples of a former employee, Pere Sorbouse, or by Jacques’ own workers — convinced to commit the act by the workers of Sorbouse. The murderers
“Heretics are the new leaders,” says author and entrepreneur Seth Godin. We need to think and act against the grain, drawing a tribe around us or around our new idea, and push forward to overturn the status quo. If Godin’s view is limited it is because, being concerned more with social and commercial movements than
In re: Erik Levi. Mozart and the Nazis: How the Third Reich Abused a Cultural Icon New Haven: Yale University Press, 2010. By Peter Paul Fuchs “Macht gute miene, zum boesen spiel.” -- old German aside Mozart’s fate after death is surely an odd one, if one takes political history and not just musical accomplishment
By Peter Paul Fuchs, 32 “Vocatus atque non vocatus, Deus aderit.”[i] -- Erasmus It is curious fact of Masonic history that despite the great fame of the concept of the Grand Architect of the Universe, this notion did not seem to have gained official status within the Craft till relatively late. There is
By Peter Paul Fuchs, 32 “Templar: Was’t not that good fellow, the Lay-Brother, Whom the Patriarch so gladly uses To scent out matters… The trick’s not bad, to send Simplicity, before rascality. Nathan: Yes the stupid, --not the pious. Templar: In the pious no Patriarch will believe… So he pretends….” Lessing,