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Robert W. Sullivan - The Royal Arch of Enoch
May 7, 2013
Robert Sullivan is a philosopher, historian, antiquarian, jurist, theologian, writer, and a lawyer. He is a Freemason, having joined Amicable-St. John's Lodge #25, Baltimore Maryland in 1997; he became a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason in 1999, Valley of Baltimore, Orient of Maryland. "The Royal Arch of Enoch: The Impact of Masonic Ritual, Philosophy, and Symbolism" is his first published work and is the result of twenty years of research. We’ll discuss freemasonic lore, rituals, ceremonies and the deities surrounding the Royal Arch Degree. Also, we discuss the history of battling secret societies, philosophies of pro-papal Jesuits and warring anti-royal aristocratic masons. Later, Robert explains the origins of Enoch and Enochian magic. In the member’s hour, Robert speaks about Freemasonry in the past vs. today, a very different world, although only 20 years ago. Then we talk about the criticism of freemasonry and the anti-Masonic party, which was the first third party in the US. Later in the second hour, Robert defines Masonic symbolism and the "God" of the Royal Arch Degree: Jahbulon. He explains how there is a force operating in the world that is highly knowledgeable of esoteric symbolism, astrology and Kabbalism, which organizes and arranges big public events and the commissioning of buildings with certain architectural features. At the end of the hour, we speak more about Enochian magic, based on the art of John Dee and Edward Kelley. If people in the past have been evoking angels to do their work, or if they, the angels have been using us for their agenda, maybe mankind is being played on multiple levels.


Relevant links
Book of Enoch
Enochian magic
John Dee
Adolph Freiherr Knigge
Walter Raleigh
Andrew Michael Ramsay
Dee's 007, Tubal-Cain and the Rune of the "Original Language"
York Rite
James Anderson (Freemason)
William Morgan - Morgain Affair
Anti-Masonic Party
Union College
Duncan's Masoic Ritual and Monitor - Royal Arch, or Seventh Degree
The Legend of Hiram Abiff
Secret Masonic Handshakes, Passwords, Grips And Signs Of Blue Lodge Masonry
Triple Tau
The Vatican and The Jesuits

Jonathan Edwards - Sunshine (Go Away Today)

Books & DVDs
The Royal Arch of Enoch

Comments (20)

COULD NOAH mean to know , he preserved the know-age .. There be a connection to the Zohar and Zoroastrianism ?
#20 - Mike Towse - 05/05/2014 - 21:12
Greetings Sports Fans
Is it my imagination or is there two streams of masonic mentality .....?? Those that don't know and yet produce works of stunning irrelevance and those that know things who belong to levels within levels. These types consequently appear to those that don't know much or can entertain the possibilities thereof of hidden things as just their fellow brothers. Despite the fact there are things going on in front of them in plain sight they are too blind to acknowledge or don't want to.....
As well, all this to and frow about the name of God ,fallen angels, pillars of wisdom,etc, blah blah blah comes across as a distracting game and not really reality at all. Some Freemasons might benefit from reading Walter Russell some time before turning out a lifetimes work of misinformation.
#19 - proggy - 10/09/2013 - 03:06
This woman must be one of those dirty "anti-masons" spreading lies when she talks about their involvement in her being raped and tortured as a child.

Not all masons do this, but the hierarchical and secretive structure of freemasonry ALLOWS for it. Shhhhhhhhhhhhh... I mean listen to Robert talk. He is afraid to even say certain simple words. "You can say it, but I can't." Or else what? I understand that certain magickal operations and things do need a certain level of discretion, but masonry is so up it's own ass in all of this that most masons CHOOSE to be blind and completely deaf to "anti mason" material. If they do entertain it, it is only to placate people like Henrik asking the questions in the moment. Beyond that they really don't give a shit.
#18 - Jasper - 18/05/2013 - 03:54
Very interesting
I liked this one a great deal, and I agree with the suggestion made earlier about a roundtable with Randall Carlson etc. I didn't find this fellow (or Randall) to be holding back some elite knowledge; rather, they are both openly endeavouring to make sense of some rather old and esoteric subjects and are willing to talk about their findings quite openly.

I picked up his ebook as well, great read but very dense (may be difficult for newcomers to the world of esoterica, but if you have a background you will love it).

And as always, excellent job Henrich. You pushed him with some challenging questions but maintained mutual dignity, which is sorely lacking in today's media.
#17 - Clem - 13/05/2013 - 20:28
What a brilliant way to open the program!!
Thanks Henrik!!!
#16 - Isabella - 13/05/2013 - 03:01
Just like an audio version of Indigo Jones
I was perplexed with this interview. Freemasonry is full of endless levels within levels, wheels within wheels, a seemingly bottomless pit of mental masturbation.

I can see that Mr Sullivan being a lawyer would feel very at home in the world of freemasonry with its own frame of reference to the exclusion of the uninitiated.

Bravo to Henrik, a man after my own heart, who came right and said in reality `that which is never to be uttered'. So what is freemasonry gonna do now the tetragrammaton has been uttered?

G_d! It must be time for freemasonry to be unveiled.

It is noticeable how much emphasis is put on the phallic and the sexual in the higher levels of freemasonry and other secret societies. I can't help but wonder if part of the secrecy, at least, back in the past was a safe place for some men to share their homosexual activities without being at risk of imprisonment or worse. Hence the reason for excluding women from `the knowledge'.

As a response to Mark A. Foster, PhD - I wonder to which `his story' you are referring.
#15 - Karen2 - 12/05/2013 - 20:45
This interview could have taken only twenty minutes if the redundant 'you know's of Mr. Sullivan were eliminated. Very difficult to listen to him for two hours with this distraction while trying to discern his message due to his inability to communicate without using this phrase. Thankfully, Henrik's command of the English language and ability to express his thoughts andask intelligent questions saved the program for me.
#14 - Sue - 11/05/2013 - 13:12
You Know...
Just wanted to comment how Robert said so many "you know..." during the interview. It makes it sound funny in a way :-) apart from the information talked about, which is quite informative. Thanks.
#13 - You Know - 11/05/2013 - 07:05
Greetings Sports Fans!!
Love it Henrik!! Love your forum here as many I'm sure... I don't often comment as most of your interviews are so eloquently enlightening through your amazing ability in asking the right questions that are backed by exhaustive research on some very heavy subjets... Enough about you!! ;-)
I found this interview frustrating as I have been fascinated by the subject of Freemasonry for some time, being an Architect myself of 25 years. Frustrating, not only now but even in my previous research about this "Society"... It seems the more you dig into this the more confusing it becomes. All the discussion about symbolism and their origins in history along with all the shrouded secrecy and conspiracy around a society that is supposed to be for the good of mankind. I found it puzzling that Mr. Sullivan could not even utter certain sacred words. Frankly, I'm not even interested in knowing why at this point. The take away I had here realy makes me wonder about the "value" of knowledge and or "Sacred Knowledge"... The select few who have it treat it as a possession that keeps them in power over others. Sounds self-fulfilling to me rather that good for mankind!
I would revert back to one of my many favorite Einstein quotes... "Imagination is far more important than Knowledge".
Perhaps, this is why it has been referred to as the "Forbidden Fruit"... But we, like little children are so persistent in digging it out, even at our own peril at times.
#12 - Sam - 10/05/2013 - 20:30
Very interesting point about the Mason's being started to get Protestants back closer to Catholicism. I grew up in a Protestant church with the term " 2nd reformed " in it's title. I was a kid at the time but years later learned that the term referred to members not being allowed to be Masons, a second reformation out of that institution.
#11 - harryhood - 10/05/2013 - 19:02
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