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The Craftsman and Freemason's Guide By Cornelius Moore
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Containing a delineation of the rituals of freemasonry, with the emblems and explanations so arranged as greatly to facilitate in acquiring a knowledge of the rites and ceremonies of the several... More > degrees, from Entered Apprentice to that of Select Master, and the order of priesthood.< Less
The Craftsman and Freemason's Guide By Cornelius Moore
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Contains a delineation of the rituals of freemasonry, with the emblems and explanations so arranged as greatly to facilitate in acquiring a knowledge of the rites and ceremonies of the several... More > degrees, from Entered Apprentice to that of Select Master, and the order of priesthood.< Less
Famous American Freemasons By Todd E. Creason
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Famous American Freemasons is a collection of stories about some of the Masons from America’s past. Through little-known stories of some of the fraternity’s most influential members,... More > Todd E. Creason shows the amazing range of contributions Masons have made to the causes of freedom, politics, philosophy, scientific discovery, and the arts—contributions that have helped to define the nation. In Famous American Freemasons, author and Freemason Todd E. Creason also gives unique insight into the history and philosophy of Freemasonry in America while debunking common myths and misconceptions about the world’s largest and oldest fraternal organization. These famous American men came from all walks of life with different religious beliefs as well as educational, cultural, economic, and career backgrounds. They became patriots, Presidents, military leaders, entertainers, and American legends—and one and all were Freemasons.< Less
Famous American Freemasons By Todd E. Creason
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Famous American Freemasons is a collection of stories about some of the Masons from America’s past. Through little-known stories of some of the fraternity’s most influential members,... More > Todd E. Creason shows the amazing range of contributions Masons have made to the causes of freedom, politics, philosophy, scientific discovery, and the arts—contributions that have helped to define the nation. In Famous American Freemasons, author and Freemason Todd E. Creason also gives unique insight into the history and philosophy of Freemasonry in America while debunking common myths and misconceptions about the world’s largest and oldest fraternal organization. These famous American men came from all walks of life with different religious beliefs as well as educational, cultural, economic, and career backgrounds. They became patriots, Presidents, military leaders, entertainers, and American legends—and one and all were Freemasons.< Less
Do Freemasons Worship Lucifer? By Kedar Griffo & Michael Berkley
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Freemasons are accused of worshipping Lucifer. This book examines the concept of Lucifer, and its effect on everyday life. There is more than meets the eye, so we present the true purpose and meaning... More > of Lucifer.< Less
Freemason's Book of the Royal Arch By Bernard E. Jones
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This book, uniform in style and presentation Freemasons' Guide and Compendium, which, in the main, dealt with Craft masonry, is an attempt to provide a simple explanation of the origin, rise, and... More > development, and the customs, ritual, and symbolism, of Royal Arch masonry so far as present knowledge and considerations of Masonic propriety.< Less
The Poet, The Soldier and The Freemason By C.B. Cooper
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Combining free verse with traditional rhyme schemes and experimental formats, Charles Cooper's work is a writer at the height of his poetic skill. Cooper takes the reader along with him on a perilous... More > psychological journey through love, madness, and pain. Often varying his writing style from one poem to another, and even stanza-to-stanza, Cooper makes excellent use of rhythm in a number of offerings, particularly his beatnik-inspired effort, "The Black Bleeding Heart Beats Alone," and provides readers with searing portrayals of the human condition in eloquently rendered poems like "Failure" and "The Wastrel." In the end, This is a stellar effort for Cooper, a literary work true to its author's vision and triumphant in its poetic craftsmanship. - Jay Waitkus, Praise for Desperate Times< Less
The Poet, The Soldier and The Freemason By C.B. Cooper
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Combining free verse with traditional rhyme schemes and experimental formats, Charles Cooper's work is a writer at the height of his poetic skill. Cooper takes the reader along with him on a perilous... More > psychological journey through love, madness, and pain. Often varying his writing style from one poem to another, and even stanza-to-stanza, Cooper makes excellent use of rhythm in a number of offerings, particularly his beatnik-inspired effort, "The Black Bleeding Heart Beats Alone," and provides readers with searing portrayals of the human condition in eloquently rendered poems like "Failure" and "The Wastrel." In the end, This is a stellar effort for Cooper, a literary work true to its author's vision and triumphant in its poetic craftsmanship. - Jay Waitkus, Praise for Desperate Times< Less
The Poet, The Soldier and The Freemason By C.B. Cooper
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Combining free verse with traditional rhyme schemes and experimental formats, Charles Cooper's work is a writer at the height of his poetic skill. Cooper takes the reader along with him on a perilous... More > psychological journey through love, madness, and pain. Often varying his writing style from one poem to another, and even stanza-to-stanza, Cooper makes excellent use of rhythm in a number of offerings, particularly his beatnik-inspired effort, "The Black Bleeding Heart Beats Alone," and provides readers with searing portrayals of the human condition in eloquently rendered poems like "Failure" and "The Wastrel." In the end, This is a stellar effort for Cooper, a literary work true to its author's vision and triumphant in its poetic craftsmanship. - Jay Waitkus, Praise for Desperate Times< Less
The Constitutions of the Free-Masons By James Anderson & Benjamin Franklin
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This is a new edition of the the first Masonic book printed in America, which was originally produced in Philadelphia by Benjamin Franklin in 1734, and was a reprint of a work by James Anderson (who... More > is identified as the author in an appendix) printed in London in 1723. This is the seminal work of American Masonry, edited and published by one of the founding fathers, and of great importance to the development of colonial society and the formation of the Republic. The work contains a 40-page history of Masonry: from Adam to the reign of King George I, including, among others, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Solomon, Hiram Abif, Nebuchadnezzar, Augustus Caesar, Vitruvius, King Athelstan the Saxon, Inigo Jones, and James I of England. It is a celebration of the science of Geometry and the Royal Art of Architecture. The work also includes five songs, one of which—“A New Song”—appears in print for the first time and may have been composed by Franklin.< Less

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