Degree XIV — Question Set 3

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Degree XIV Lecture
Immortality and Four Bodies of Man
Four Ways to Immortality

1. Write down your own thoughts about:

2. If you were to interpret "moral law" as an expression of "filial duty", how would this affect your thinking about:

3. "We should toil and die, not for Heaven or bliss, but for Duty." — Albert Pike.

4. "Thy brother shall live again." — Albert Pike.

5. "If he [the Mason] does not like to live in the furnished lodgings of tradition, he must build his own house, his own system of faith and thought, for himself." — Albert Pike.

6. If this Fourteenth Degree was "the last degree in Ancient Masonry", why do you think a further nineteen degrees were included in the Scottish Rite?