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- Dionysian architects Encyclopedia of Freemasonry
- King Hiram I Wikipedia - "Hiram I, according to the Hebrew Bible, was the Phoenician king of Tyre. He reigned from 980 to 947 BC..."
- HIRAM, HURAM (Jewish Encyclopedia)
- Hiram Abiff Wikipedia - "Hiram Abiff is a character who figures prominently in an allegorical play that is presented during the third degree of Craft Freemasonry. In this play, Hiram is presented as being the chief architect of King Solomon's Temple..."
- Hiram Abiff: The Freemason's Messiah The Elijah Project - "According to the Masonic legend, Hiram Abiff was a man of Tyre, the son of a widow, and the chief architect of the Temple built by King Solomon. He was the central character in the building of the Temple and one of three leading characters along with King Solomon and Hiram, King of Tyre. Hiram Abiff, Masonry teaches, was the only one on Earth who knew "the secrets of a Master Mason," including the most important secret of all, the "Grand Masonic Word," the name of God (the "ineffable name"). In the Occult, knowing the name of a spirit is a key to having its power, there was a very great power in knowing this word. ... It is clear that the Hiram Abiff of Freemasonry is not an historical character and certainly not a biblical one. Hiram Abiff of Freemasonry actually represents Osiris, the Egyptian Sun-god!"
- Masons and Mystery at the 33rd Parallel by Day Williams "Hiram had a daughter who became one of Solomon's "seven hundred" wives (1 Kings 11:1, 3). A century later Ethbaal, who was Hiram's great grandson, was called "King of Sidon" in 1 Kings 16:31. Ethbaal's daughter, Jezebel, became Ahab's notorious queen (1 Kings 16:31)."
- The Hiramic legend Phoenixmasonry - "WHEN Solomon--the beloved of God, builder of the Everlasting House, and Grand Master of the Lodge of Jerusalem--ascended the throne of his father David he consecrated his life to the erection of a temple to God and a palace for the kings of Israel. David's faithful friend, Hiram, King of Tyre, hearing that a son of David sat upon the throne of Israel, sent messages of congratulation and offers of assistance to the new ruler. In his History of the Jews, Josephus mentions that copies of the letters passing between the two kings were then to be seen both at Jerusalem and at Tyre. "
- The Dionysiac architects "The Dionysiac Architects erected many of the great monuments of antiquity. They possessed a secret language and a system of marking their stones. They had annual convocations and sacred feasts. The exact nature of their doctrines is unknown. It is believed that Hiram Abiff was an initiate of this society." - Manly P. Hall, Masonic, Hermetic, Quabbalistic & Rosicrucian Symbolical Philosophy"
"From our Series entitles "The Masonic Lodge: What Goes on Behind Closed Doors?" this question answers the following: the Legend of Hiram Abiff reenacted."
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