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Posted February 9, 2006
An attempt to intergrate western europe's past into Masonry's history through the 'builders' profession, with over emphasis portrayed for possible hidden rituals in a possible masonic hall in United Kingdom. Authors intentions of basing rituals as a tool for hidden biblical truths is over emphasized. It is not scholarly written, and at most is 'preying' on the secret minded individuals. Could be regarded as a leading cause for decadence in Rome's historical perspective. The authors are to premature to write books concerning masonry, with only hidden intentions to assist in the expected bibilical predictions for the 1000 year governing.
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Posted September 6, 2009
The book gave a beginning to end history of religion and who it affected the formation of the Masonic Fraternity. I learned the underlying significance of lodge ritual, but also of things found in the lodge room.
One thing I regret is the book is no longer available for purchase at Barnes & Noble because I wanted to buy extra copies for friends.