For a Kinder, Gentler Society
Freemasons, World Order, and Mind Wars
The Great Reality of Memphis-Misraim Masonry
  • Nicolas Laos
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Freemasons, World Order, and Mind Wars. The Great Reality of Memphis-Misraim Masonry
About the Author

Dr. Nicolas Laos is a philosopher and political consultant born in Athens, Greece. The Founder and President of the autonomous international Freemasonic and scholarly fraternity "United Traditionalist Grand Sanctuaries of the Ancient and Primitive Rite Memphis-Misraim", he studied Mathematics, Politics, and Humanities and graduated from the University of La Verne (California) with Honors and academic awards. He earned a "Summa cum laude" Doctoral Degree in Christian Philosophy from the Academia Theologica de San Andres Mexico (Ukrainian Orthodox Church).

Dr. Laos has taught undergraduate and postgraduate courses in International Relations and Political Theory at the University of Indianapolis (Athens Campus, Greece), and he has consulted in Geopolitics and World Security with the R-Techno Group (Moscow), with the Research Institute for European and American Studies (Athens), and with other private corporations and think-tanks.

He has published several books and articles in philosophy, international politics, and the foundations of mathematics. He has received several prestigious awards for his scholarly and charitable achievements.

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This book presents an overview of Freemasonry and names many of the prominent men who have been members over the centuries.

In addition, it provides a philosophically rigorous yet eloquent and easily understood strategic plan for a...
This book presents an overview of Freemasonry and names many of the prominent men who have been members over the centuries.

In addition, it provides a philosophically rigorous yet eloquent and easily understood strategic plan for a new spiritual evolution and revolution of humanity. Within this context, modern humanity's foundational questions and major concerns about its existential conditions and perspectives acquire new meanings and receive new answers.

Dr Nicolas Laos provides an in-depth and inspiring world history of spirituality as he:
  • elucidates his theory of transcendental mysticism as a theory of reality and truth, as an existential strategy, and as a new paradigm for a rectified and spiritually revived Freemasonry;
  • introduces his visions of a world society and libertarianism by reclaiming the Orthodox Christian conception of personhood, thus proposing a post-Westphalian international-political architecture;
  • studies the complex history and the different degrees and Rites of Freemasonry in an engaging and scholarly rigorous way within the context of the world cultural chessboard and his theory of metaphysically grounded personalism, libertarianism, and globalism;
  • and he casts light on important secret aspects of world history, presenting also to his readers an enlightening narrative of world events.

The author fights against intellectual idleness, ignorance, epistemological insensitivity, and the moral destabilization that weigh down modern people. He aims to dispel the clouds of deception that surround modern Western esoteric societies, and he revolts against the intellectual excesses and extravagance of analytical philosophy as well as against the Babelian confusion that has overwhelmed the modern scholarly community in the form of fetishistic terminological games, extreme compartmentalization, vainglorious competition for scholarly pontification, lack of ontological underpinnings, and attempts to silence metaphysical discussions and to censor historical research.



Pages 204
Year: 2016
BISAC: SOC038000� SOCIAL SCIENCE / Freemasonry & Secret Societies
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