5 edition of Fictions of Freemasonry found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 221-233) and index.
|LC Classifications||PT749.F74 A23 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||240 p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||90012739|
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The Origins of Freemasonry: Facts and Fictions has five chapters, abbreviated as follows- Origins, Daily Lives, Schools of Government, Freemasons and the Marketplace, and Women in Freemasonry. The book makes a number of good points so let’s look at those. The book's title presumably owes something to my book of the same name (), while the subtitle derives from Henry Sadler's remarkable Masonic Facts and Fictions (). The new Origins of Freemasonry is inspired by the wave of interest in freemasonry aroused by the sensationally successful thriller by Dan Brown, The Da Vinci Code.
Freemasons are Suckers! Albert Pike (), the most infamous figure in Freemasonry, founder of the evil Ku Klux Klan, and the father of modern-day Freemasonry, degraded lower level Masons, saying that they “DESERVE ONLY TO BE MISLED. “Masonry, like all the Religions, all the Mysteries, Hermeticism and Alchemy, conceals its secrets from all except the Adepts and Sages, or the Elect. The books are full text and readable online free of charge. Downloading is not allowed. Html code is property of PS Review of Freemasonry. Plato’s philosophy is at the core of modern Freemasonry. There are many themes that are adopted in Emulation Ritual from Plato’s writings. The Author has isolated them and provided evidence of these.
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The book is written mostly as a historical reference on the social and political phases of European society during the rise of Freemasonry. There is hardly any enjoyable or enlightening information about Freemasons in this book. It was such a chore to read this book after about page I Cited by: 8.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Origins of Freemasonry: Facts and Fictions/5(11). Bro. Robert Patric Lewis' first fiction book The Pact has a Masonic connection which really starts to build at the end of the first book and he's well on his way to being done writing book 2 with a third book thoroughly outlined to end the series.
This is a much more approachable (not to say "lighter weight," but yeah, a bit) work on 18th C Freemasonry by Margaret Jacob. A good portion is drawn or adapted from her book Living the Enlightenment, particularly the sections on women in Lodges of that area of interest, I would really suggest the other book, even if one did not read the full book/5.
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kING SOLOMON & HIS FOLLOWERS FREEMASONS MASONIC CIPHER RITUAL BOOK neocurio. Ending Mar 1 at PM PST. Excerpt [uncorrected, not for citation]. Introduction. In a best-selling novel, The Da Vinci Code, by Dan Brown told readers that the freemasons were descended from the Knights is a great story, and as the author makes clear, part of a work of fiction.
Somehow these fictions pass into fact. The Origins of Freemasonry Facts and Fictions Margaret C. Jacob. pages | 6 x 9 | 16 illus. Paper | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ Ebook editions are available from selected online vendors View table of contents and excerpt "A classic in the field."—.
Freemasons -- Fiction. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Freemasons; Fiction; Filed under: Freemasons -- Fiction Brother of the Third Degree (Alhambra, CA: Borden Pub.
Co., c), by Will L. Garver (HTML with commentary at ); Downfall of Freemasonry: Being an Authentic History of the Rise, Progress, and Triumph of Antimasonry; Also, of the Origin. The book's title presumably owes something to my book of the same name (), while the subtitle derives from Henry Sadler's remarkable Masonic Facts and Fictions ().
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Charles is informed that a London printer is about to publish the secrets of Freemasonry and he secures the influence of a Peer of the Realm, the Pro Grand Master, to supress the book.
Charles is accused of writing the book, actually the work of his brother Christopher, but proves his innocence with the help of Muriel who had concealed herself. Get this from a library.
The origins of freemasonry: facts & fictions. [Margaret C Jacob] -- Can the ancestry of freemasonry really be traced back to the Knights Templar. Is the image of the eye in a triangle on the back of the dollar bill one of its cryptic signs. Is there a conspiracy that. In conjunction with Michael Taussig's Shamanism, Colonialism, and the Wild Man (), this important book should stimulate us all to make strides in undiscovering the eighteenth century as we have known it.
Arnd Böhm Carleton University Scott Abbott. Fictions of Freemasonry:. Macalester College David Sanford Abbott, Scott, Fictions of Freemasonry: Freemasonry and the German Novel. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, While Freemasonry traced its origins to various ancient sources, the builders of the temple of Solomon, the creators of the Egyptian pyramids, even the Rosicrucians, the first Grand Lodge was Author: Thomas L.
Cooksey. More than a mere social organization a few centuries old, Freemasonry can be regarded as a perpetuation of the philosophical mysteries and initiations of the ancients. This book reveals the unique and distinctive elements that have inspired generations of Masons. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Eighteenth-century Freemasonry: politics and semiotics --"Art viewed as an (im)moral institution": Schiller's The ghost-seer --Ritual routes in Wilhelm Meister's travels --Knights of spirit: and Gutzkow's "masonic novel" --Politics, semiotics, and Freemasonry in the early.
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Somehow these fictions pass into : University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc. Freemasonry A Very Short Introduction (Book): Önnerfors, Andreas, "Freemasonry is one of the oldest and most widespread voluntary organizations in the world.
Over the course of three centuries men (and women) have organized themselves socially and voluntarily under its name. With a strong sense of liberation, moral enlightenment, cosmopolitan openness and forward-looking philanthropy.The Bilderberg Club and the Trilateral Commission are of course among them.
This book hovers somewhere between journalistic and scholarly and gives quite some interesting little factoids about the hidden influence of the ‘parallel government’.
Foreign Affairs did a small review of the book, so it was read in that circles too. Buy a cheap copy of The Origins of Freemasonry: Facts and book by Margaret C. Jacob. Can the ancestry of freemasonry really be traced back to the Knights Templar?
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