Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia 1877, Part 2

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Kessinger Publishing, Jul 1, 2002 - Social Science - 416 pages
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1877. Other volumes in this set include ISBN number(s): 0766126102. Volume 2 of 2. (This description is for both volumes.) Extremely scarce and fervently sought after, this book rates as one of the most prized sources of Masonic research available to the sincere student of Freemasonry. H. P. Blavatsky constantly refers to this work throughout her Secret Doctrine. Unlike other Masonic encyclopedias, this is noted for fully exploring the esoteric roots of Freemasonry. Interestingly, Mackenzie and this work were consulted by leading esoterists of that time. Mackenzie may have even produced the Golden Dawn Ciphers. Replete with Masonic wisdom, this is one of those rare gems that truly offers "More Light in Masonry.

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User Review  - Paul - Goodreads

Esoteric, obscure, possibly outdated but very very well researched and very well written (although the 19th century prose does make it feel very outdated). Read full review

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User Review  - Barry - Goodreads

always referring to this one...classic work by Mackenzie, very interesting entries Read full review

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The grade names will be found in the extraordinary table of so-called Rosicrucian degrees in Mackenzie's Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia, 1877. ... cp002/ fringeas.htm

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