The Lost Keys of Masonry: The Legend of Hiram Abiff

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2003 - Social Science - 152 pages
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1924. The author, not a Mason himself, sets before the reader the unspeakable truth, the unutterable perfection. He has read the deeper meaning of the ritual. Not having assumed the formal obligations, he calls upon all mankind to enter into the holy of holies. Not initiated into the physical craft, he declares the secret doctrine that all may hear. With vivid allegory and profound philosophical disquisition, he expounds the sublime teachings of Freemasonry, older than all religions, as universal as human aspiration.

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User Review  - Chuck Springer - Goodreads

An interesting read which provides some of the ideology behind freemasonry. Throughout the book, it prompted me to question myself and the direction I am heading. I enjoyed the opportunities of contemplation it allowed. Read full review

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User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

While this was an entertaining read, it inevitably leaves those of us without magical ways of thinking wishing we had spared ourselves the effort it took to read this asymetrical load of psycho-babble ... Read full review

About the author (2003)

Manly P. Hall (1901a1990) founded the Philosophical Research Society in 1934. He was a prolific author and lecturer, and remains a primary exponent of the Western Mystery Tradition.

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