Free Masonic ebooks

This is a small list of “free” ebooks at Amazon. The prices of these ebooks may change without notice. Take a moment to insure that the price is still $0.00 before making your purchase. Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry The Builders A Story and Study of Masonry The Symbolism of Freemasonry Illustrating and Explaining Its Science and Philosophy, Its Legends, Myths and Symbols The Mysteries of Free Masonry Containing All the Degrees of the Order Conferred in a Master’s Lodge Masonic Monitor of the Degrees of Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft and Master Mason together with…

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Grand Orient de France Officially Co-Masonic

I found this little jewel at Freemasons for Dummies … Word has come from France today that the Grand Orient of France (GOF), that country’s largest Masonic obedience with approximately 50,000 members, has officially voted at its annual assembly to accept female members and become a co-Masonic organization. In April, the GO’s Grand Master Pierre Lambicchi told L’Express Magazine, "We are not statutorily a mixed obedience." That has now officially changed. Two years ago, six women were initiated into Grand Orient lodges largely as a test of the rules. In addition, an existing Mason within the Grand Orient underwent transsexual surgery and…

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Mystery Mason ‘Jewels’ Made By Revere? – Boston News Story – WCVB Boston

  BOSTON — Images: Images: Masonic Jewels Made By Revere? In the popular movie "National Treasure" a band of treasure hunters searches for a glorious cache of riches hidden centuries ago by colonial Freemasons, including a few of the Founding Fathers. All of it was a bit of Hollywood fun, but in Concord, some modern day masons think they may actually have stumbled on a real-life treasure linked to none-other than the illustrious silversmith Paul Revere, who once served as Grand Master of the Freemason’s Grand Lodge Of Massachusetts. "We’re excited. Proud. It links us again to the heritage that the lodge…

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The Lost Keys of Masonry by Manly P. Hall E-Book Download | Knowledge Files

  The steady demand and increasing popularity of this volume, of which eighteen thousand copies have been printed since it first appeared a few years ago, have brought the present revised and rearranged edition into being. The text can be read with profit by both new and old Mason, for within its pages lies an interpretation of Masonic symbolism which supplements the monitorial instruction usually given in the lodges. The leading Masonic scholars of all times have agreed that the symbols of the Fraternity are susceptible of the most profound interpretation and thus reveal to the truly initiated certain secrets concerning the…

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The Occult Symbolism of the Movie Sherlock Holmes | The Vigilant Citizen

  The latest Hollywood blockbuster Sherlock Holmes revolves around occult murders and world conspiracies. The movie is riddled with occult symbols and allusions to a “New Order”. We’ll look at the history of Sherlock Holmes, the origins of the symbols found within the movie and its meaning in today’s  context. Inspired by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories, the movie Sherlock Holmes brings back to life the famous detective of the nineteen century. The plot revolves around murders that are apparently connected with occult rituals. This leads Sherlock into the mysterious world of secret societies and political conspiracies. Doyle’s works contained some vague…

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Review: The Lost Symbol

  The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown (3 and a half stars) Fortified with iced tea and a bag of potato chips, I plunged into the world of Dan Brown once more.  I guess that the first question that pops into your mind would be, “Is The Lost Symbol as good as the Da Vinci Code?”  Sadly, I don’t think that it is. Why? Because it is too much like the Da Vinci Code. In other words, it reads very much like the Da Vinci code. If you are a fan of murder mysteries, you will guess the plot early on. The whole novel gives…

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Symbolical Masonry

New at Sacred Texts, by H.L. Haywood [1923]. Symbolical Masonry is a treasure-house of Masonic lore, including discussions of key concepts of the first three degrees, along with an extensive study guide. Haywood goes into details about such mysteries as the Letter G, the two pillars, and the legend of Hiram Abiff. Not merely a rote discussion of the rituals and regalia of the lodge, Haywood attempts to get the reader to think critically about the background of these topics, enhancing their understanding of the rich history of Freemasonry.–J.B. Hare via Symbolical Masonry Index.

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The Copycat Effect: Masonic Origins of Baseball

    Famous Freemasons and baseball go hand in glove. Rogers “The Rajah” Hornsby, an original member of the Baseball Hall of Fame is listed on Masonic sites among the famous. The baseball stars are a whos who of famed Freemasons: Grover Alexander, Ty Cobb, Carl Hubbell, Branch Rickey, Honus Wagner, and Cy Young, to name a few. It is no mystery that some leaders of their time would be Masons. But what of the question, were the initial symbolic foundations of baseball Masonic? via The Copycat Effect: Masonic Origins of Baseball.

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