It hit me today that I should ask if anyone has read The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown. To those that havent read it, I highly recommend it. It is a very well written fictional story layered with hermetic and freemason philosophies.

To those that have read it I was wondering what you thought of it. Do you think it has the potential to open the minds of people to the possibility that they have unlimited possibilities in life?


asked 21 Feb '10, 21:55

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Well I am a Freemason... and a woman!

Many sections of society are not too keen on either... politically and religious. Even most Freemasons are dead against letting a woman into the Order. (And there are more than a few women (wives) out there that find some Freemasons a pain in the butt.

Having said all that I think that Dan Brown's novels are a real help in breaking down the bigotry and big heads that abound in our society. His books create positive energy in the subjects at hand and throw a little where previously doubt, fear, tabou dwelt. I do not know anything about the man, but he is well schooled in the secret arts and sciences... as is JK Rowling. Is it a mere co-incidence that these two are doing so well on the world stage. Are we ready to learn more about how the world works?


answered 21 Feb '10, 23:40

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The references to Noetic Science were cool, and interesting, as was all of the info on Masonry and the Washington DC area. There was so much there I hadn't known.

Dan Brown's books seem like they are ACTION-ACTION-ACTION.....a very discomforting pace for me, and he's not my personal favorite, but still, I have learned a lot from his books and always purchase them anyway!


answered 21 Feb '10, 22:44

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Noetic Science I haven't seen that in years, I was asked to join that once years ago, but I can't remember what it was, I received something in the mail I remember. never got around to it or too expensive. I can't remember now maybe even just didn't interest me. I'll have to look that up now what it was in Google thanks for that memory

(22 Feb '10, 18:00) Wade Casaldi

I get their newsletters, but joining is so expensive!

(23 Feb '10, 01:30) LeeAnn 1

This symbol? This was given the Lynnclaire Dennis from a near death experience it contains most sacred symbols it a three dimensional from, when looked at in two dimensions looks just like very many symbols! ,,

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answered 22 Feb '10, 17:52

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