A Latin expression, meaning Order out of Chaos. A motto of the Thirty-third Degree, and having the same allusion as lux e tenebris (“light out of darkness”), which see in this work. The invention of this motto is to be attributed to the Supreme Council of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish petite at Charleston, and it is first met with in the Patent of Count de Grasse, dated February 1, 1802. When De Grasse afterward carried the polite over to France and established a Supreme Council there, he changed the motto, and, according to Lenning, Ordo ab hoc, Order out of This, was used by him and his Council in all their documents. If so, it was simply a blunder.
– Source: Mackey’s Encyclopedia of Freemasonry
The war-defeated-Germany is a great place to test things out like:
- a currency that is backed by “nothing” excecpt the trust and work of the masses
if those measurements proof successful they can also be implemented in the US, France or any other country of the war-winners.