Kessinger Publishing, 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 120 pages
During the early 1900's a group of esoterically-inclined Freemasons met with the sole purpose of expounding upon the deeper meaning of Freemasonry. For the first time their essays and lectures are available in one volume. Ritual is esoterically defined and dissected by some of the foremost Masonic symbolists of the era. This book is a "must have" in any Masonic Library. Written to assist all members of the Craft see a side of Freemasonry that remains hidden under the veil of symbols and ritual. Authors include: Henry V.A. Parsell, Francis Mayer, and George W. Plummer, and others. Contents: The Lodge of Perfection; Who is a Master Mason?; A Study in Masonic Symbolic Polity; The Historical and Philosophical Degrees of The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite; A Study of the Symbols of the Craft Degrees; Why the Holy Bible is Freemasonry's Greatest Light, And much more!
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