Mackey, a 33 degree Mason, disclosed the meaning of the point within a circle
symbol in his book, A Manual of the Lodge:|
The point within the circle is an
interesting and important symbol in Freemasonry. . . The SYMBOL IS REALLY
A BEAUTIFUL BUT SOMEWHAT ABSTRUSE ALLUSION TO THE OLD SUN-WORSHIP, and
introduces us for the first time to that modification of it, known among the
ancients as the WORSHIP OF THE PHALLUS.
(Quote source: Albert Mackey as quoted in
his book, A Manual of the Lodge, pg 56 by Dr. Cathy Burns in
Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated, page 27)
Rev. George Oliver, also a Mason,
point within a circle symbolism refers to phallic worship:
. . . bore a more immediate relation to the
generative principle of nature, symbolized by the union of the sexes. I am
ashamed to stain my page with the discussion which this part of my subject
necessarily introduces, but it cannot be wholly avoided, as the POINT
WITHIN A CIRCLE , with an unequivocal ALLUSION TO PHALLIC WORSHIP,
was the principle object of devotion with every people in the world . . .
Even the Israelites themselves were not entirely free from the contamination
of such abominable practices; for the Linga of the Hindus, the Phallus and
the Priapus of the Greeks and Romans, and the Baal-Peor of the idolatrous
Israelites, was one and the same monstrous emblem, which was equally
represented by a point within a circle. [Italics in the original;
Bold and caps added]
(Quote source: Rev. George Oliver as quoted
in his book, Signs and Symbols pg. 124-126 by Dr. Cathy Burns in her
book, Hidden Secrets of the Eastern Star page 196-97).
The Point within a circle symbol also
represents the power Freemasons regard as the "One Supreme Power," or "the Great Architect of the
The point within a circle is one of the
hieroglyphic signs of the sun-god, RA, but is is not merely an image of the
solar disc. For one thing it is a masonic symbol, and H. A. Giles,
the Chinese scholar, who is himself a Mason, tells us it is held to
represent the One Supreme Power, whatever that power may be, the Great
architect of the Universe, recognized alike by ourselves and our brother
Masons of every religious denomination. . . .
(Quote source: Albert Churchward, a Mason
as quoted by Dr. Cathy Burns in her book, Hidden Secrets of the Eastern
Star -- page 193)
Point within a
circle Symbolism Hidden in Plain Sight
Point within a circle Masonic symbolism is
often used in corporate logos (example: the Target store logo) and words. The
"o" in a word is a convenient place to mark a book cover for Freemasonry.
Indeed, this symbol is being placed on covers of books that leaders in the Christian
establishment claim are
biblical. As you can clearly see, the "Scofield
Study Bibles Marked With Masonic Symbolism" article demonstrates that Oxford
University Press, USA used "point within a circle" symbolism to mark
Study Bible III for Lucifer, who is the real god of Freemasonry.
and symbols prove their god is Lucifer:
the Light-bearer! Strange and mysterious name to
give to the Spirit of Darkness! Lucifer,
the Son of the Morning! Is it he who bears the Light, and
with its splendors intolerable, blinds feeble, sensual, or selfish souls?
Doubt it not!"
source: Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted
Scottish Rite of Freemasonry by Albert Pike p. 321, 19th Degree of Grand Pontiff; Emphasis
Publishers who mark book covers with
Freemasonry symbolism (as well as the writers and editors of such books) are sending an
obvious message. Will God's called-out-from-the-Falling-Away people have ears to hear
what the Holy Spirit is saying to the churches about Luciferically-marked book
covers, doctrines, and ministries?
For an example . . .
Michael Pearl of No
Greater Joy Ministries used Masonic "point within a circle symbolism" for
and sun god symbolism for his
He stated "The
Sun [is] a symbol of God" and is teaching his followers that
sex is worship.
Study Bibles Marked With Masonic Symbolism