Did History’s Freemasons Secretly Encode A Forbidden “Sacred Science” Into The Architecture Of The World’s Gothic Cathedrals?
Today, the Freemasons number five million members worldwide.
But the Order is no longer an active group of builders, and their Great Secret has reportedly vanished, leaving Masons and non-Masons alike to search for that Great Secret in vain ever since.
In what is an academically confusing move, these researchers have shown a stark disinterest in architecture, the primary art of the original Masons and the organization’s namesake. Instead, they have pored over countless tomes and fruitless searches into other avenues of study that have left them empty-handed and no closer to the Great Secret.
None as of yet have discovered the “Cathedral Code” shown above, but, as you’re about to see, the key to breaking the code is hidden in the Triptych architectural portal.
Take a closer look below:
Look again at the three cathedrals above.
Clearly they all share the same common blueprint (see right).
You don’t realize it, but this blueprint conveys a lost ancient teaching—a powerful“Sacred Science.”
Neither the blueprint nor the Sacred Science is known to scholars, who credit a”Secret Society,” the”Freemasons,” with building the Gothic cathedrals.
Why are they called a”Secret” society?
Because the Freemasons have for centuries been believed by many to be in possession of a”Great Secret” inherited from Antiquity.
See each cathedral’s Triptych three-door entry?
Here is an example of the Triptych architectural pattern, this one’s from ancient Rome:
Here is an example of the Triptych from ancient China:
(A Temple of Confucius or Confucian temple is often described as a temple devoted to the memory of Confucius and the sages and philosophers of Confucianism.)
Here is an example of the Triptych from ancient Mexico:
(These Corbel Arches in Tonina were built by the Mayans.)
Here is an example of the Triptych from ancient Persia:
(The Caliphal Palace was built by the caliph al-Mu`tasim in 836, and finally abandoned about 895. It is one of the largest imperial palaces to have survived from ancient times.)
With its three giant domes arranged in an ominous Triptych design, the Taj Mahal forms one of the most mysterious and incredible Triptychs on earth:
Flanking the Taj Mahal are a pair of mosques, both of which have three massive Triptych domes, as well as a clear Triptych portal entryway:
This is clear evidence that the Triptych was known to Arabic peoples, and was encoded into mosque architecture.
Amazingly, the two mosques flanking the Taj Mahal actually form a Triptych, along with it.
The two mosques are precise mirror images of each other.
Salt Lake Temple’s Mysterious “TRIPTYCH”
Shriners headquarters in Washington DC:
(The Shrine of North America has been a part of the Washington Downtown area since 1886.)
Now, with these ancient Triptychs fresh on your mind, notice how a powerful “modern” Triptych forms the front of the main headquarters of the Shriners headquarters in Washington DC:
Fox Theater in Atlanta, Georgia, now an important historical landmark:
(The Fox Theatre—often marketed as the Fabulous Fox—in Atlanta, Georgia is one of the grand movie palaces built in the United States in the 1920s.)
There are plenty more examples of modern-day Triptychs built by and connected to the Shriners Organization.
Why did the Shriners use the Triptych?
Because the Shriners organization is just like the Freemasons—established to preserve and protect the same ancient Sacred Science wisdom-teaching.
The Freemasons knew a stunning truth about this architectural Triptych that scholars and archaeologists are totally unaware of; the truth is that the Triptych stretches back to the farthest reaches of Antiquity.
Incredibly, it was universally constructed by history’s first civilizations, as shown here:
Triptychs are still visible in temple ruins and important landmarks worldwide.
The Triptych, far from being a unique element of the Masons, is a common symbol in almost all of the important buildings in a staggeringly vast amount of cultures.
This discovery has the potential to rewrite ancient history.
It evokes groundbreaking new questions that challenge our current understanding of Antiquity, ones that modern scholars and researchers thus far have been unwilling or unable to raise:
How could these varied cultures have built the exact same types of Triptychs, separated as they are by vast space and time?
Could it be that the Triptych symbolizes a common idea, universal wisdom, or parallel doctrine that was mysteriously shared by all of them, and that this doctrine was slowly forgotten over the millennia, but carried clandestinely into the current era by the age-old Freemasons?
Shown above, the Freemasons memorialized the secret of the Triptych not only on cathedrals, but on Masonic lodges.
Amazingly, the Freemasons are not the only secret society to celebrate the Triptych. Yale University’s Skull & Bones built the Triptych onto the façade of their famous New Haven headquarters:
Skull & Bones Crypt, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1856
This suggests the construction of the Skull & Bones Crypt (also known as the “Tomb”) was based on the same Triptych wisdom known to medieval Freemasons. Alexander Jackson Davis, the Tomb’s architect, claimed that architects were members of a “sacred priesthood”, alluding to his knowledge of the Masons and their history in a quote that is too telling to be called coincidental.
Another Secret Society, the Shriners, built the Triptych onto the façade of their Washington D.C. headquarters:
Notice how the Triptych denotes the number three—a tremendously special number in Freemasonry:
“…in Freemasonry the number three is the most important and universal in its application of all the mystic numbers, and we find it pervading our whole ritual…” —Jeremiah How
As you are about to see, the Freemasons did more than merely memorialize the Triptych in the Gothic cathedral façade…
They designed the surrounding architecture to explain the ancient Triptych’s full meaning.