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Masonic Enlightenment: The Philosophy, History and Wisdom of Freemasonry
     

Masonic Enlightenment: The Philosophy, History and Wisdom of Freemasonry

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by Michael R. Poll
 

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A Masonic education from the first page to last. Includes: "The Meaning of Initiation" by Frank C. Higgins; "Operative Masonry: Early Days in the Masonic Era" by Robert I. Clegg; "Masonic Jurisprudence" by Roscoe Pound; "Freemasons in the American Revolution" by Charles S. Lobingier; "A Bird's-Eye View of Masonic History" by H.L. Haywood; "Women and

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A Masonic education from the first page to last. Includes: "The Meaning of Initiation" by Frank C. Higgins; "Operative Masonry: Early Days in the Masonic Era" by Robert I. Clegg; "Masonic Jurisprudence" by Roscoe Pound; "Freemasons in the American Revolution" by Charles S. Lobingier; "A Bird's-Eye View of Masonic History" by H.L. Haywood; "Women and Freemasonry" by Dudley Wright; "In the Interests of the Brethren" by Rudyard Kipling; "The Egyptian Influence on Our Masonic Ceremonial and Ritual" by Thomas Ross; "Anderson's Constitutions of 1723? by Lionel Vibert; "The Rise and Development of Anti-Masonry in America, 1737-1826? by J. Hugo Tatsch; "The Spiritual Significance of Freemasonry" by Silas H. Shepherd; "Rosicrucianism in Freemasonry" by H.V.B. Voorhis; "The New Atlantis and Freemasonry" by A.J.B. Milborne; "Masonry and World Peace" by Joseph Fort Newton and more.

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ISBN-13:
9781613422373
Publisher:
Cornerstone Book Publishers
Publication date:
12/20/2014
Pages:
178
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.41(d)

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Masonic Enlightenment - The Philosophy, History And Wisdom Of Freemasonry 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
oldviking More than 1 year ago
This is an anthology of 18 short essays by some of the finest Masonic scholars and writers. The material is straightforward and represents a broad look at Freemasonry by famous Masonic authors and historians. This is none of the sensational and nonsensical that we often find. Everything is orthodox, as you would expect from men who love the craft, it's history, ritual, brotherhood and objectives. I know of no better book to acquaint a beginning student with authors who may be relied upon to make a presentation that is correct and well thought out. I didn't enjoy all of the essays, but that would be too much to ask. This book was my main source to enable me to build a personal library as a new Mason. I'm pleased to recommend it to any man beginning a study with the intent to learn, in depth, the rudiments of Masonic thought and research. I still refer to it even though my Masonic library is starting to take shape.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good readed