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The Secrets of the Freemasons
     

The Secrets of the Freemasons

by Pat Morgan
 

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Mention the word Freemason and you are bound to get a reaction. Nobody is neutral on the subject - some people hold this ancient organization responsible for all the world's wrongs while others see it simply as a benign entity working for the common good.

The Secrets of the Freemasons strips away the centuries-old layers of mystique and misunderstanding to

Overview

Mention the word Freemason and you are bound to get a reaction. Nobody is neutral on the subject - some people hold this ancient organization responsible for all the world's wrongs while others see it simply as a benign entity working for the common good.

The Secrets of the Freemasons strips away the centuries-old layers of mystique and misunderstanding to offer an informed yet entertaining insight into the organization's origins, beliefs, practices and rituals. There's a look too at the many famous people who are or have been Freemasons - from Sir Winston Churchill to the Reverend Jesse Jackson.

During its 800-year history, Freemasonry has been linked to scandalous acts of deceit, bribery, and even murder. With black-and-white illustrations throughout, The Secrets of the Freemasons examines the evidence behind the allegations and comes to its own definitive conclusions, while providing a straight-talking appraisal of Freemasonry's continuing influence.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781848586901
Publisher:
Arcturus Publishing
Publication date:
09/30/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,028,525
File size:
9 MB

Meet the Author

Pat Morgan is an experienced freelance writer and journalist who has had millions of words published on subjects ranging from the theatre and popular music to property and sport. Morgan's source for the many insights contained in this book is a highly respected and highly placed Freemason who has belonged to the brotherhood for the last four decades and wishes to remain anonymous.

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