The Lost Keys of Freemasonry

The Lost Keys of Freemasonry

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by Manly P. Hall
     
 

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A high-ranking Mason offers a fascinating glimpse into the Western world's most secretive society. Manly P. Hall, a scholar of occult and esoteric ideas, traces the path followed by initiates to the ancient craft. Hall also recounts the ethical training required of a Freemason, and he profiles the character traits a Mason must "build" within himself.
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A high-ranking Mason offers a fascinating glimpse into the Western world's most secretive society. Manly P. Hall, a scholar of occult and esoteric ideas, traces the path followed by initiates to the ancient craft. Hall also recounts the ethical training required of a Freemason, and he profiles the character traits a Mason must "build" within himself.
More than a mere social organization a few centuries old, Freemasonry can be regarded as a perpetuation of the philosophical mysteries and initiations of the ancients. This book reveals the unique and distinctive elements that have inspired generations of Masons. Thoughtful members of the craft, as well as outsiders, will appreciate its exploration of Masonic idealism and the eternal quest, from humble candidate to entered apprentice and master Mason.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781631820663
Publisher:
Lushena Books
Publication date:
02/28/2014
Pages:
92
Sales rank:
1,050,432
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.19(d)

Meet the Author


Canadian-born author and mystic Manly Palmer Hall (1901-90) founded the Philosophical Research Society. In his eight decades of public life — which included thousands of lectures, more than 150 books and essays, and countless magazine articles — Hall emphasized the practical aspects of philosophy and religion.

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Lost Keys of Freemasonry 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Traveling32nd More than 1 year ago
I very much enjoyed Brother Hall's book and highly recommend it for any Freemason from an Entered Apprentice to a Grand Master. The language is a bit archaic, but it is a fairly easy read and it is very thought provoking. I've read this book 3 or 4 times and will most likely read it countless more times.
Esoteric_Reader More than 1 year ago
Great book in Large Print.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago