The Ordo Lapsit Exillis is named after the Stone that fell from Heaven,
the fabled jewel that is said to have fallen from Lucifers crown
during the war in Heaven, and which in the occult is used as a symbol of
enlightenment - of the descent of divine light form the mind of God into
the mind of Man. As such it symbolizes Venus, the Morning Star, as well
as the Luciferian doctrine of the initiates, the secret knowledge which
men are not allowed, and which Lucifers angels were cast from Heaven
for sharing with man. In Freemasonry, this is symbolized as the Blazing
Star , which is often depicted as falling from Heaven. As Albert Pike
writes in Morals and Dogma, The Blazing Star has been regarded as an
emblem of Omniscience, or the All-Seeing Eye, which to the ancients was
the Sun. Masons also represent the Lapsit Exillis as the Stone
that was rejected - the secret cornerstone of Solomons Temple which
symbolizes the core of their teachings.
For us, the Lapsit Exillis is also a cornerstone, for it is the solid
rock upon which our ideals stand, and upon which we have built our work.
For us, the Stone that fell from Heaven provides the foundation of our
fraternity, and is certainly a jewel most valued.
The stone that fell to earth was an emerald that adorned Lucifers
forehead. It was cut into the shape of a bowl by a faithful angel, and
thus the Grail was born. It was given to Adam before he was expelled
from the Garden of Eden. Seth, Adams son, having temporarily returned
to the earthly paradise, took the Grail along with him. Other people
transported the Grail to Montsegur, a fortress in the Pyrenees, which
Lucifers armies besieged in order to get the Grail back and put
it into their leaders crown, out of which it had fallen; but the Grail was
allegedly saved by knights who hid it within a mountain.
- Julius Evola, The Mystery of the Grail.