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Here at Mystery Speaks we will cover everything esoteric and unexplained. We will discuss the evolution of religions; their history, and their divinely inspired meanings. We also love to talk about everything from the secrets of the pyramids to holographic universes. From prophecies to the Freemasons. We are fascinated by history, the future, and time itself. 

There is much that has been lost to the passing of time, the sacred knowledge of those groups that shared their wisdom among its initiated ranks in its true form, and concealed its secrets within the stories and symbols of objects and mythologies in religious doctrines for those not yet able to comprehend the true meaning; the laws of existence itself. In their far-sightedness they knew that civilizations and empires would come and go, engraving their knowledge on mountains, and within the measurements of geometric marvels that would stand through rise and fall. 

Today men gaze with awe and reverence upon the mighty Memnons standing alone on the sands of Egypt, or upon the strange terraced pyramids of Palenque. Mute testimonies these are of the lost arts and sciences of antiquity; and concealed this wisdom must remain until this race has learned to read the universal language–SYMBOLISM.” Manly P. Hall

These groups have established and advanced civilizations in their duty to protect knowledge. They have built the Pyramids that have stood thousands of years, within whose dimensions tell of universal laws. The practices of some of these mystery groups have even been carried out for millennia; The Mysteries at Eleusis were continued for 2,000 years. They have founded a nation; thirteen freemasons signed the U.S. Constitution before the organization became a shadow of its former self, and some of their secrets remain on the dollar bill and in the 10×10 mile architecture of the nation’s capitol. The US constitution itself bares much resemblance to Anderson’s constitution of the Freemasons, written 64 years prior to the signing of the U.S. constitution. 

“It appears that all the perfection of civilization, and all the advancement made in philosophy, science, and art among the ancients are due to those institutions which, under the veil of mystery, sought to illustrate the sublimest truths of religion, morality, and virtue, and impress them on the hearts of their disciples.” ibid


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