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REHMLAC. Revista de Estudios Históricos de la Masonería Latinoamericana y Caribeña
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ISSN electrónico: 1659-4223
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Estudios Culturales
Universidad de Costa Rica
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en: The First World War was a traumatic event in more than one sense. This article will try to take a critical approach to different attempts to explain and interpret this historical process, through the writings of contemporary authors who witnessed it from different perspectives and who signaled the Jews and the Freemasons as the key historical agents in the conflict.>>>
Rogelio Aragón
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en: This article shows that, for the International Free Thought Federation, Latin America was a strategic objective. Argentina and Brazil were the bridgeheads of this deployment. Certain masonic networks were the platform, the social support of this operation. The 11th freethought international congress, in 1904, marked a hinge by provoking a massive mobilization, by widening its program and its doctrine, and by integrating in a new way Latin America, represented by the Argentina, in particular by Manuel B. Ugarte. It is thus about a preliminary study intended to demonstrate the interest to deepen this little known dimension of the cultural history of the contemporary international relations.>>>
Dévrig Mollès
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en: Brazilian Freemasonry was understood as not possessingtheanti-clerical dispositionthat marked part of its European trajectory. In imperial Brazil it was a source of political articulation present in high places of power. This fact made the Catholic Church-theofficial religion-opposeFreemasonry in what became known as the Religious Question (1872-1875), in order toinhibit government initiativescontrary to ecclesiastical interests.Weakened internally, the church utilized its anti-Masonic strategy inthe diplomatic sphere between the Vatican State and the Brazilian State, which is found in the document studied here: Instructions to Ordinaries revmº of Brazil, on how they should proceedwith affiliates to Freemasonry, 1878.>>>
João Marcos Leitão Santo
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Elza Silva Cardoso Soffiatti
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en: The article analyzes some of the diary entries of the Nicaraguan writer Enrique Guzman referring to the educational and Masonic institutions that Joseph Leonard (Polish citizen) developed in the cities of Leon and Granada between 1881 and 1883. In these brief notes is reconstructed the controversies that generated radical ideas (freethinking) of Leonard among conservative Catholic Nicaraguan sectors, but also the process by which Leonard settled in Granada lodge “Progress No. 41”. It also reveals the reasons that compelled Leonard to migrate to El Salvador, which were connected with the establishment of this lodge. Finally, it the article is meant to clarify what was the political ideology of Guzman in that moment of his intellectual career, as well as the possibility of whether or not he was a Mason.>>>
Roberto Valdés Valle
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en: This communication analyzed the concerns of nineteenth-century Freemasonry regarding the ills of Spanish society. That is, the great social conflict between the real Spain and the official Spain. On the social question, with the exception of the Grand Orient of Spain, no senior body of Freemasonry in the nineteenth century commanded as much attention as the Iberian Grant Orient, perhaps the most “politicized” of them all. Therefore, this work discusses the most important texts on social injustices in its Bulletin of Procedureduring 1890.>>>
Eduardo Enríquez del Árbol
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en: Saturnino Tejera García (Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 1900-Cienfuegos, 1956) migrated to Cuba around 1916-1917 and settled down in Yaguajay, and later in Cienfuegos. He was writer, typesetter and non-professional journalist. He started in Freemasonry in 1929 in the Lodge “Fernandina de Jagua”; in 1930 in the Oddfellows lodge “Caballeros de la Luz”. He returned to the Canarian Island at the beginning of the 1930 ́s. The Spanish Civil War surprised him, and the Supreme Court of Freemasonry in Madrid attacked him for defending his principles. Exiled to Cienfuegos in 1945, he dedicated his efforts to Fraternity and Culture. He had a section in a newspaper, Brotherhood, founded Brotherhood Radio Time, and established the Lodge “Federico Capdevila,” where he was selected Prime Vigilant and representative in the Great Lodge of Cuba. Therefore, the objective of this paper is to assess his significant contributions to local Freemasonry and Journalism.>>>
Victoria María Sueiro Rodríguez
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en: This article is divided into two parts. First, it analyzes the linguistic and historical development of the esoteric and esotericism concepts, processes that evolved an incipient “historical consciousness” among the esotericists, influenced by the romantic historicist flow, which formed a new type of esotericism in times of science, democracy and modernity. Second, the article explains the process of disciplinary transformation of the study of esoterica, esotericism and esoterology until the imposition of the academic category of “Western Esotericism Studies”.>>>
José Ricardo Chaves Pacheco
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en: This paper considers some connections between Kabbalah and Freemasonry in Russia as reflected in the archives of the Department of Manuscripts of the Russian State Library (DMS RSL). The link between them was based on the understanding of both Kabbalah and Freemasonry as symbolic philosophy and “true metaphysics”. In the article we show how Russian Freemasons adopted Kabbalistic doctrines of Ein-Soph, Sephiroth, Adam Kadmon and mixed them with Neoplatonism’s theory of emanation, Christian apophatic mysticism, hermetic and alchemical worldview, and Christian sophiology. This eclectic adaptation was based on the interpretation of such masonic symbols as the point in a circle, Jachin and Boaz columns, and the Flaming Star. Masonic symbolism allowed for the combination of different esoteric doctrines in one unified worldview to make masonic symbols more attractive to the “educated milieu” of Russian nobility.>>>
Yuriy Khalturin
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en: The arrival of Chinese immigrants to Mexico since the 1870s was promoted by business and government to address the high demand for labor, caused by heavy inversions in mining, railways and agriculture. However, when starting the Mexican Revolution, these workers were systematically attacked, their property was confiscated and, they were almost all deported. During the “anti-Chinese campaign” Masonic lodge Chee Kung Tong致公堂gave them protection and support, functioning with the same characteristics as the ancient secret societies in China.>>>
José Luis Chong
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en: This article analyzes the development of the Republic's project of Sun Yat-sen in overseas Chinese fraternal networks between 1894 and 1911. In this regard, two cases are analyzed: Tongmenghui同盟会in Asia and Zhigongtang致公党in the United States, Canada and some Latin American countries. These cases demonstrate the economic and political importance of overseas Chinese in the process of constructing Chinese nationalism and citizenship, as well as dynamism forged by the organization of overseas Chinese in defense of their own interests. Therefore, the aim of this study is to determine the extent of financial and political support, and the real possibilities that had Sun Yat-sen for the establishment of the Republic through the cooperation of fraternal associative network.>>>
Tonatiuh Fierro de Jesús
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en: This article analyses the opening of Spanish Masonic lodges in the United States. It is quite surprising that between approximately 1890 and 1920, the U.S. had more than forty Spanish lodges in a territory where American Freemasonry already existed. Why is this fact given? Who was behind the Spanish lodges? What were their concerns? These are questions that this work will try to answer, keeping in mind that documents are from different lodges, and in most cases scarce and highly fragmented.>>>
Susana Cuartero Escobés
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Ricardo Martínez Esquivel
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Yván Pozuelo Andrés
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Esteban Sánchez Solano
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Guillermo de los Reyes Heredia
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Miguel Guzmán-Stein
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