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Turning the Hiram Key

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by Robert Lomas, Colin Wilson (Foreword by)
 

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Learn about the rituals of this fascinating society.

This book takes readers beyond The Hiram Key to reveal the secrets of the actual Masonic rituals. By deconstructing these rituals, Lomas discovers the true message behind them - a message that is as valid today as it was when the rituals were created. Not only will readers get a step

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New in Paperback!

Learn about the rituals of this fascinating society.

This book takes readers beyond The Hiram Key to reveal the secrets of the actual Masonic rituals. By deconstructing these rituals, Lomas discovers the true message behind them - a message that is as valid today as it was when the rituals were created. Not only will readers get a step-by-step, insider's look at each of these timeless rituals, they'll learn how they can benefit from them in today-s world.

Turning the Hiram Key also explores how these rituals have helped history's most accomplished men to reach their goals - from Louis Armstrong and Charles Lindbergh to George Washington and Franklin D. Roosevelt to John Wayne and Buzz Aldrin.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781592332205
Publisher:
Fair Winds Press
Publication date:
09/28/2006
Pages:
336
Product dimensions:
5.56(w) x 8.75(h) x 2.18(d)

Meet the Author


Robert Lomas is also the co-author of The Hiram Key, The Second Messiah, and Uriel's Machine. A Freemason, he lectures at Bradford University in England.

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Turning the Hiram Key: Rituals of Freemasonry Revealed 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Well. I joined a Lodge last month, and I can definitely say that if I had read past chapter 1 of this book, I would have been less susceptible to everything I was made to download in order to become a better man. To me, Lomas and other Masonic authors should either 1] only be talking about principles and theories when discussing the rituals or 2] put a stamp/sticker on their books that essentially says 'Not Suggested for Non-Masons'.