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Greetings, can you please tell me more about J and B (Boaz and Jachin), Master Samael aun Weor briefly mentions them in his book The Three Mountains. I have seen them to appear in masonic lodges as well.
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These are the two basal pillars of any temple: Jakin (the right side of the Tree of Life: Chokmah, Chesed and Netzach) and Boaz (the left pillar: Binah, Geburah, and Hod). These are equilibrated through the wise direction of the Lord God of Truth within (Kether), who orients the human soul (Tiphereth) through tantric knowledge (Da'ath), or scientific chastity (Yesod).

Jakin is the pillar of Mercy. Boaz is the pillar of Severity. Jakin is the man. Boaz is the woman. The characteristics of these pillars are beautifully symbolized in Victor Hugo's poem "Man and Woman," which is cited in its entirety by Samael Aun Weor in The Perfect Matrimony.
Man is the most elevated of creatures, Woman the most sublime of ideals.
God made for man a throne; for woman an altar.
The throne exalts, the altar sanctifies.
Man is the brain, Woman, the heart.
The brain creates light, the heart, Love. Light engenders, Love resurrects.
Because of reason Man is strong, because of tears Woman is invincible.
Reason is convincing, tears moving.
Man is capable of all heroism, Woman of all martyrdom.
Heroism ennobles, martyrdom sublimates.
Man has supremacy, Woman, preference.
Supremacy is strength, preference is the right.
Man is a genius, Woman, an angel.
Genius is immeasurable, the angel undefinable.
The aspiration of man is supreme glory,
The aspiration of woman is extreme virtue.
Glory creates all that is great; virtue, all that is divine.
Man is a code, Woman a gospel.
A code corrects, the gospel perfects.
Man thinks, Woman dreams.
To think is to have a worm in the brain,
to dream is to have a halo on the brow.
Man is an ocean, Woman a lake.
The ocean has the adorning pearl, the lake, dazzling poetry.
Man is the flying eagle, Woman, the singing nightingale.
To fly is to conquer space. To sing is to conquer the Soul.
Man is a temple, Woman a shrine.
Before the temple we discover ourselves, before the shrine we kneel.
In short, man is found where earth finishes, woman where heaven begins.

For more information on the two pillars, study Dion Fortune's The Mystical Qabbalah.

Joyful in hope, suffering in tribulation, be thou constant in thy prayer.

Benedictis, qui venit in nomine Domini. Osanna in excelsis.

"Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest!"

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