British Masonic Miscellany, Part 1
George M. Martin
Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2003 - Social Science - 572 pages
Volume 1 of 5. This collection contains the original British Masonic Miscellany Volumes 1, 2, 3 and 4. This work contains a grouping of things Masonic used by the British. Sample contents: Regius Poem; religion and ethics of Freemasonry; Masonic clothing, its symbolism; some psychological aspects of Masonry; ancient mysteries of Egypt and Greece; guild merchant and other guilds and Freemasonry; addressing an assemblage; some Masonic symbols and their probable origin; signs, tokens and words; Freemasonry and the ancient mysteries; Great Pyramid; cardinal principles of Freemasonry; universal use of signs and symbols; and much more.
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