The Lost Keys of Masonry: The Legend of Hiram Abiff
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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Review: The Lost Keys of FreemasonryUser Review - Teresa - Goodreads
To his credit, Manly P. Hall says to the uninitiated non-Mason this would be, as Shakespeare said, "Words, words, words." Succinctly sums it up. Pompous blathering that I read as research, or else I'd have skipped it. Read full review
Review: The Lost Keys of FreemasonryUser 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