**One of the great secrets of Freemasonry** is the concept of the Perfect Ashlar and Rough Ashlar, and more specifically how they work together to build a four-dimensional structure within the Masonic Altar.

**Here is the standard (less interesting) Masonic explanation:*** *

As described in the explanation of the First Degree Masonic Tracing Board, the rough ashlar is a stone as taken directly from the quarry, and allegorically **represents the Freemason prior to his initiation**; a smooth ashlar (or "perfect ashlar") is a stone that has been smoothed and dressed by the experienced stonemason, and allegorically represents the Freemason who, through education and diligence, **has learned the lessons of Freemasonry and who lives an upstanding life**.

Perhaps it would be better to think of these Ashlars as cuboid rather than perfect cubes, for these structures contain detailed nested properties and themselves are nested within other structures, such that **Masonic depictions are not always going to show them as perfect cubes**.

Despite this, however, dimensions for these ashlars as cubes are often referenced as **6*6*6 and 6*6*6.**

Together as a 4D structure they relate 216 * 216 = 46656.

Research from Code 144 presented here for the first time reveals that **the Rough Ashlar and Perfect Ashlar together** create a four-dimensional geometric structure called a hypercube, or tesseract that is shown unified in the Masonic Altar.

A hypercube can be defined by increasing the numbers of dimensions of a shape:

**0** – A point is a hypercube of dimension zero.

**1** – If one moves this point one unit length, it will sweep out a line segment, which is a unit hypercube of dimension one.

**2** – If one moves this line segment its length in a perpendicular direction from itself; it sweeps out a 2-dimensional square.

**3** – If one moves the square one unit length in the direction perpendicular to the plane it lies on, it will generate a 3-dimensional cube.

**4** – If one moves the cube one unit length into the fourth dimension, it generates a 4-dimensional unit hypercube (a unit tesseract).

Specifically, in geometry, the **tesseract** is the four-dimensional analog of the cube.

It turns out that **the Perfect Ashlar is geometrically embedded inside the Rough Ashlar** at right angles, such that **together an effective tesseract is formed.**

It is not difficult to identify the Tesseract as the main body of the Masonic Altar.

A manifestation of life force results on the Perfect Ashlar, represented by the ornament.

The point here, technologically speaking, is that these cubes are required to be built with aetheric properties, if Gravity is to be truly modified.

They can be constructed with a proper understanding of how **Pyramid geometry acts to structure the aether** so it becomes accessible and manageable, and how **Prime Quadruplets** reveal the buildup of dimensions towards 6*6*6 and an invisible **double 345 triangle**.

It should also be stated that the Rough and Perfect Ashlars are the spiritual world **made manifest into our own three-dimensional existence, **having being broken down and built up using the Masonic Square and Compasses. The non-linear spiritual (compass) erected by the linear physical (square) into our real three-dimensional world.

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