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Turning the Solomon Key
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Turning the Solomon Key

by Robert Lomas, Katherine Neville (Foreword by)
 

New in Paperback! The Masonic secrets of our founding fathers.

Turning the Solomon Key is an exhilarating quest to discover the Masonic influences which George Washington brought to bear on the layout of Washington D.C. In this second book of his Key trilogy, Robert Lomas has used Masonic rituals and Washington's own diaries to uncover the

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New in Paperback! The Masonic secrets of our founding fathers.

Turning the Solomon Key is an exhilarating quest to discover the Masonic influences which George Washington brought to bear on the layout of Washington D.C. In this second book of his Key trilogy, Robert Lomas has used Masonic rituals and Washington's own diaries to uncover the symbolic reasoning behind the positioning of the White House and the Capitol, and in the process he disposes of many anti-Masonic urban myths. This exciting, and authoritative, detective story then investigates the sources of creative behavior, to reveal a hitherto unsuspected Secret Science of Masonic Astrology which underpinned Washington's actions.

The builders of Washington DC knew a great secret about the human condition. In Turning the Solomon Key, scientist and Masonic expert Robert Lomas explains exactly what it was. Turning the Solomon Key, at its heart, explains why high-achieving individuals share certain astrological characteristics, and why the Freemasons who founded our nation planned Washington, D.C., the way they did.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781592332847
Publisher:
Fair Winds Press
Publication date:
09/28/2007
Pages:
336
Product dimensions:
5.68(w) x 8.75(h) x 0.87(d)

Meet the Author


Robert Lomas is also the coauthor of The Hiram Key, The Second Messiah, and UrielÆs Machine. A Freemason, he lectures at Bradford University in England.

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