Freemasons: PS Review of Freemasonry

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The Key To Modern Freemasonry, The Hidden Mysteries Of Nature And Science by Charles Lawrence

The early days of organised Freemasonry have been neglected for too long, largely because there is not a huge store of documents to be poured over and analysed.

The Royal Arch Journey by Neville Barker Cryer

Over the years the Revd Neville Barker Cryer has delivered many lectures to Lodges throughout the country. His lectures manage to both entertain and inform the lodge members and one perennially po.

José Castellani, William Almeida de Carvalho: História do Grande Oriente do Brasil

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Masonic Etiquette Today: A Modern Guide to Masonic Protocol by Graham Redman

This book draws together a number of different topics relating to Masonic protocol and provides a comprehensive guide to Masonic behaviour and practice.

The Origins of Freemasonry: Facts and Fictions by Margaret C. Jacob, CSW Affiliated Faculty Member

The Origins of Freemasonry: Facts and Fictions by Margaret C.

The Red Triangle: A History of Anti-Masonry by Robert Cooper

Anti-Masonry (or Masonophobia as it is increasingly being termed) is almost as old as Freemasonry itself but why does it exist and what are the motives of its proponents?

A Pennsylvania Masonic Handbook: The Personal Ahiman Rezon by Robert E. Burtt

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Alain Bernheim: le rite en 33 grades, de Frederick Dalcho à Charles Riandey

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Observing the Craft: The Pursuit of Excellence in Masonic Labour and Observance by Andrew Hammer

Everything to be found in 'Observing the Craft' has been practised in Masonic lodges throughout the world at one time or another. But the reason this book has been written is because so many of th.

Tracing Boards of Three Degrees in Craft Freemasonry Explained by Julian Rees

Freemasonry is about rendering in symbol and allegory that which words alone cannot render. And a visual image gives us a way of using our own insight to decode the message. The tracing boards are t.

The Freemasons Handbook of Toasts, Speeches and Responses by Yasha Beresiner

This book contains a complete set of fully adaptable toasts and responses to toasts, lasting about four minutes each, that the Freemasons can use at short notice at the festive board.