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Often traced back to the stonemason guilds of the Middle Ages, freemasons were supposedly to be found among all the great minds of the ...
Often traced back to the stonemason guilds of the Middle Ages, freemasons were supposedly to be found among all the great minds of the Renaissance, including DaVinci. Regardless, the movement really took off in the 1700s, when anyone who was anyone was a freemason-from George IV and Mozart to George Washington and Benjamin Franklin. Over the next hundred years or so, the freemasons claimed such illustrious personages as Darwin, FDR, Churchill, Louis Armstrong, General Douglas MacArthur, W.C. Fields, Herbert Hoover, and many others as members. Even today, Freemasonry boasts Masonic lodges all over the globe. The Everything Freemasons Book examines all the aspects of this fascinating organization, including:
With The Everything Freemasons Book, you'll unlock the Solomon key in no time!
John K. Young, Ph.D., is a professor at Howard University and the author of Sacred Sites of the Knights Templar.
Barb Karg is a twenty-three-year journalist, graphic designer, author, and screenwriter.
Posted September 19, 2008
This book does an excellent job telling the history of Freemasons. It gives an over view of everything Masonic. It gives a good explanation of who and what the Freemasons are and what they want to accomplish. From the Entered Apprentice to the Master Mason, the steps are layed out in an easily understood way. It gives a readily available view of Masonic methods to improve the body, mind, spirit. There are examples of the many good and great Freemasons throughout history. The enemies of Freemasonry and their attempts to silence them are named. I wish I had found this book when it first came out. It is a true treasure!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 10, 2009
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