The Mysteries of Free Masonry - The Original Classic Edition

The Mysteries of Free Masonry - The Original Classic Edition

by Morgan William
     
 

William Morgan was ultimately murdered by Freemasons after publishing this book. Interestingly, after his death his wife became a plural wife of Mormonisms founder, Joseph Smith. This is the straight account of the rituals of Freemasonry, with no spin. Highly recommended.


This book represents a great historical artifact of the anti-masonic movement of the

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William Morgan was ultimately murdered by Freemasons after publishing this book. Interestingly, after his death his wife became a plural wife of Mormonisms founder, Joseph Smith. This is the straight account of the rituals of Freemasonry, with no spin. Highly recommended.


This book represents a great historical artifact of the anti-masonic movement of the 19th Century. While supposed detailed descriptions of Masonic ritual abound on the internet today, at the time this tell-all book was meant to shock a nation where many influential politicians belonged to the Masonic Fraternity. William Morgan paid a high price for publishing this book after being turned away from membership in a Masonic Lodge. His infamous murder sparked not only an anti-masonic movement, but also an anti-masonic political party.


This book is not about some secret conspiracy to run the World, as some say is the Masonic purpose.


Instead, it is a detailed description of the meeting rituals and qualifications to join and advance in the Masonic orders. What is revealed is a religious (primarily Protestant Christian) fraternity whose secretism comes from the times of the Crusades when being a Christian could be a death sentence.


It is a book that should satisfy those with curiosity about The Masonic orders.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781486414383
Publisher:
Emereo Publishing
Publication date:
10/24/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
134
Sales rank:
645,899
File size:
452 KB

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