“Both in Greek and Hebrew any fluid, air, or ether was called water until organized; then it was wine. The rain that falls on the ground and taken up into the organism of tree, vegetable or fruit is changed into wine, i.e. sap or juice.

The parable of turning water into wine at the marriage at Cana in Galilee is a literal statement of a process taking place with every heart beat in the human organism.

Galilee means a circle of water or fluid the circulatory system. Cana means a dividing place, the lungs or reeds, the tissue and cells of the lungs.

Biochemists have shown that food does not form the organic part of blood, but simply furnishes the mineral base by setting free the inorganic or cell-salts contained in all foodstuff. The organic part, oil, fibrin, albumen, etc., contained in food is burned or digested in the stomach and intestinal tract, to furnish motive power to operate the human machine and draw air into lungs, Cana, thence into arteries, i. e. } air carriers. Therefore, it is clearly shown that air (spirit) unites with the minerals and forms blood, proving that the oil, albumen, etc., found in blood, is created every breath at the ‘marriage of Cana of Galilee.’

Air was called water or the pure sea, viz.: Virgin Mary. So we see how water is changed into wine blood every moment.

In the new age, we will need perfect bodies to correspond with the higher vibration, or motion of the new blood, for ‘old bottles (bodies), cannot contain the new wine.’

Another allegorical statement, typifying the same truth reads, ‘And I saw a new Heaven and a New Earth,’ i.e new mind and new body.

Biochemistry may well say with Walt Whitman, ‘To the sick lying on their backs I bring help, and to the strong, upright man I bring more needed help.’ To be grouchy, cross, irritable, despondent, or easily discouraged, is prima facie evidence that the fluids of the stomach, liver, and brain are not vibrating at normal rate, the rate that results in equilibrium or health. Health cannot be qualified, i. e., poor health or good health. There must be either health or dishealth; ease or disease. We do not say poor ease or good ease. We say ease or dis-ease, viz., not at ease.”

The just read excerpt came from the book God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 57, which was written by Dr. George Carey.

So Mote It Be!

Hank Kraychir

Blue Lodge Master Mason – Scottish Rite Mason – York Rite Mason – Knight Mason – Allied Mason – York Rite College – Holy Royal Arch Knight Templar Priest – Red Cross of Constantine – Societas Rosicruciana in Civitatibus Foederatis.








REUBEN SWINBURNE CLYMER: The Way To Life And Immortality, 1914