Thankfully, Brother Isaac Newton had penned multiple copies of "Naturalis Principia Optica," the image here from one of his remaining original manuscripts. After the Church of England's assault on "Optica," and with the help of Robert Hooke and his band of rogue #NaturalScientists, we duplicated all of our manuscripts by hand and scattered them among #Masonic lodges throughout the globe. It was then that we developed the art of Disguise. To this day, Masonic knowledge, in its "Disguised" form, is hidden, in plain sight, in many of the world's most densely populated regions. Isaac was vehemently against the scattering our manuscripts. He believed that the mere existence of written knowledge had a direct effect on both the animate and inanimate. He feared global spontaneous #occult phenomena. Hooke, on the other hand, feared the loss of our sacred knowledge. Hooke scoffed at Isaac at the time, though years later we would learn that, on this point, Brother Isaac was correct.