The Masonic Pavement and The Duality of Man | July 2018

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The Masonic Pavement and The Duality of Man | July 2018

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How can we speak of duality, contrast, and balance, without first discussing the singularity, or the Monad? It is from the Monad, which was born the expression of duality, the Dyad; which directly relates to our topic.

     The Monad, from Greek monas, or “singularity” in turn, from monos, “alone,” refers in cosmogony (or creation theories) to the first being, divinity, or the totality of all beings. This concept reportedly originated with the Pythagoreans, and may refer variously to a single source acting alone, or to an indivisible origin, or to both. The Pythagoreans used the word Monad to describe the first thing that came into existence. The Monad, begat the Dyad, which begat the numbers, which begat the point, then begetting lines and finiteness.

Guest Editor: Bro. Bryan Godwin

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