The Freemasons: The Illustrated Book of an Ancient Brotherhood

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Gramercy Books, 2005 - Social Science - 144 pages
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This lavishly illustrated book lifts the veil of mystery and secrecy to offer a fresh look at Freemasonry. From the historical beginnings of the brotherhood and a look at its symbols and rituals to the impact Freemasons have had on science, art and history, this book is a comprehensive celebration for Freemasons themselves and for anyone else who is fascinated by the rich history of this ancient organization.

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A brief modern history of this secretive anti-Catholic religious sect. The author sstates the legend that the Knights Templar secretly inflitrated the stone mason guilds f Scotland following their ... Read full review

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