Turning the Solomon Key is an exhilarating quest to uncover
the Masonic influences which George Washington brought to bear on the layout of
the Federal City.
Transworld, the publisher of Dan Brown in the UK, have now released a paperback edition
of Turning the Solomon Key, to complement The Lost Symbol and allow Dan Brown fans to fill in
their background information about the Masonic secrets built into Washington DC.
Turning the Solomon Key delves into the true history behind many of the symbols and
mysteries that feature in Dan Brown's latest international bestseller, The Lost Symbol,
and is essential reading for all who want to discover the real significance
to the Masonic secrets of Washington DC. It is the book which first revealed the full detail of the Masonic influences
which George Washington brought to bear on the layout of the Federal City.
Using Masonic rituals and Washington's own diaries Lomas
uncovers the symbolic reasoning behind the positionng of the White House and
the Capitol, and in the process disposes of many anti-Masonic urban myths.
This exciting, and authoritative, detective story then investigates the
sources of creative behavior, to reveal a hitherto unsuspected Secret Science
of Masonic Astrology which underpinned Washington's actions.
Lomas's previous book Turning The Hiram Key is the first
of a trilogy investigating the purpose of three ritual keys to Freemasonry
held by legendary Grand Masters: Hiram Abif, Solomon, King of Israel and
Hiram, King of Tyre. For the last five years, Lomas has been researching the
role that the Masonic rituals of Solomon played in inspiring America's most
famous Freemason, George Washington.
The rising of the Bright Morning Star, so celebrated in Masonic ritual,
does have a measurable affect on creativity and achievement in a society.
Combining the work of statisticians, economists and anthropologists, with his
knowledge of ionospheric physics, leads Lomas to startling insights about the
mechanisms which underpin Masonic astrology.
Lomas shows how George Washington was a prime candidate to become a high
achiever and was sensitized by patterns of ionospheric pulses which helped
shape his growing brain. This new scientific investigation of an ancient Masonic myth
says he would have been inspired to new creative heights when the Bright Morning Star appeared in the dawn sky without
knowing why. Washington's Masonic knowledge of the ritual of the Key of
Solomon explains this spiritual uplift and Lomas shows how he set out to
share this source of Masonic inspiration with his newly founded country.
In America: A Prophesy, published in 1793, William Blake cast George
Washington in the role of Grand Master Solomon. He mapped out a three fold
task for him:
- To loosen the chains that bound his people
- To unlock the dungeon doors to the light of the bright morning star
- To build a new Jerusalem on the plains of America
Blake set George Washington the job of embedding the secrets of the Masonic
Solomon Key into the new republic. This book explains how Bro George used the
rituals of Masonic Astrology to create an enduring inspiration for his people.
The theory of Masonic astrology, deduced from studying the work, life and
writings of George Washington, explains a mechanism by which the bright
birth-star which nurtured a baby�s brain as it was forming, when it moves back
near the Sun, can resonantly tickle that person's neurons to create sources of
inspiration and creativity.
The builder of Washington DC knew a great secret about the human condition.
In this book, Scientist and Masonic Expert Robert Lomas explains exactly what