Freemasonry is a living paradox, full of secrets, wisdom, and speculation. So, what exactly is Freemasonry? Jean-Louis de Biasi, author of Esoteric Freemasonry, explores the history of Freemasonry and answers the question of esoteric Freemasonry.
Mandalas come in many different shapes and forms, but all serve a very powerful spiritual purpose. Here, Hidden Mandala Coloring Book creator Jean-Louis deBiasi discusses why mandalas are so powerful, and offers a free PDF download and a magical ritual—along with a coloring contest for your chance to win a signed copy of his new coloring book!
On the spiritual level, mantras and prayers can be used in the same way; a precise and regular repetition of words that will progressively build an inner core, allowing you to rise to the divine. I am not talking here about hymns or declamatory prayers. Likewise, prayer beads can be used in all spiritual and initiatic traditions to help with this process of prayer and repetition, creating strength with each refrain. Jean-Louis de Biasi, author of the new Magical Use of Prayer Beads, discusses their history and power.
Among the Western Initiatic Traditions, Freemasonry is likely the best known—yet shrouded in mystery. What exactly is Freemasonry? How did it evolve? And why all the secrecy? Jean-Louis de Biasi, 32° Freemason and author of several books, including Secrets and Practices of the Freemasons, explains.
For centuries, the ancient Western Mysteries have been transmitted through rituals called initiations. What are magical initiations? Do we necessarily need to be part of a magical order to be initiated? Jean-Louis de Biasi, author of the new Rediscover the Magick of the Gods and Goddesses, explains.
For many centuries the Western Tradition seems to have become reduced to teaching only one aspect of the tradition: Hebrew Qabalah. But is Hebrew Qabalah truly the result of magical evolution, or has it resulted by mistake? Jean-Louis de Biasi, author of The Divine Arcana of the Aurum Solis, explains how "Hermetic Qabalah" provides more balance and stability than Hebrew Qabalah.
Dan Brown’s novel The Lost Symbol portrays Freemasons as a mysterious group of conspirators who have been secretly ruling America from its very creation. Of course, we have to remember that this is a fictional book, which uses certain elements of truth in a creative way in order to develop the storyline of the novel. But who are the Freemasons? What are their secrets? While any simple online search can yield an abundance of information, Jean-Louis de Biasi, 32° Freemason and author of the book Secrets and Practices of the Freemasons, divulges just exactly what Freemasonry is...and lets readers in to an unknown world of spirituality.
Jean-Louis de Biasi, Grand Master Order Aurum Solis and author of the forthcoming Aurum Solis Tarot, details how you can connect with the divinities and the spirit of the living Tarot.