The Anti-Masonic Party was the first third party in the United States, emerging as a political force in the 1820s following the controversy surrounding the disappearance of William Morgan in New York. The political party and movement strongly opposed Freemasonry as a single-issue party and disappeared after 1838. What impact did the Anti-Masonic Party and movement have on Freemasonry and politics in the United States?
What does one mean when they say, “we or he is attempting to reform the gods?”
To reform something is to take it apart, piece by piece, and use the material to create some new form, some new “thing” that is ostensibly better than the old “thing.” To reform the gods, in the simplest of terms, is to take what we know of our gods and create something new from their forms, from their essence.