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THE PRESTONIAN LECTURES 2012Scouting & Freemasonry, Tony Harvey, 2012, SB, 71pp.In this Prestonian lecture, the author identifies some of the key parallels and differences between Scouting and Freemasonry and explores the influence that Freemasonry might have had on Robert Baden-Powell, the founder of Scouting.
Enhance your Masonic knowlege, by Ronald J.R. Hart, 2013, paperback, 77pp.This volume containes chapters on the most ancient Lodge and Temple (Kilwinning), the origins of our Lodge columns, the symbolism of the Past Master's jewel, myths and legends and glimpses of the Royal Arch ritual as well as the Vault.
The Lewis Guide to Masonic Symbolism by Robert Lomas, 2013, SB, 192pp.For more than 500 years, the symbology of Freemasonry has fostered a secret stream of radical ideas running just beneath the surface of popular culture. These ideas have influenced and shaped the society we have today. This book reveals how symbology has been the back drop to key...
A Quick Guide to Freemasonry by David Harrison, 2013, SB, 96pp. This book is perfect for both new and established members or indeed anyone wanting to know about Freemasonry. This handbook gives the answers to many questions and would be perfect for Mentors in Lodges on both sides of the Atlantic.
Level Steps by Jonti Marks, 2013, SB, 108pp. 100 Daily Meditations for Freemasons is a beautiful and practical book offering insight and inspiration to all Freemasons who are interested in the deeper meaning of the Craft.
Living Landmarks of Freemasonry by Barry Mitchell, 2014, SB, 96pp. This book is a collection of tried and tested lectures to be performed without the need for rehearsal and will be of great interest to those Brethren wishing to address their Lodge with a presentation or entertain during the festive board.
A Guide for the Masonic Treasurer by Paul Sparks, 2014, SB, 96pp.This book is aimed at those with little accountancy or bookkeeping experience who are looking to either take on, or have recently been appointed to, the office of Lodge Treasurer- a task that may appear daunting, especially to those who have never carried out the role before.
Things to do when you have nothing to do by David West, 2014, SB, 196pp.This book is based upon the experiences of an ordinary private, provincial Lodge which now initiates three or four candidates a year.
Secret Handshakes and Rolled up Trouser Legs by Richard Gan, SB, 128pp. If you really want the truth behind all the myths and misconceptions about Freemasonry this book is for you. The fact that the few things that most non-Masons are able to say about Freemasonry are that it is a secret society, whose members attend meetings where they wear aprons,...
The Secret School of Wisdom by Josef Wages & Reinhard Markner, 2015,HB,447pp.In this volume, a comprehensive ritual book for the order has been re-assembled for the first time. It comprises every core degree, as well as further associated texts and fragments. The reader is guided along the same path as many of Germany's most enlightened men were in...
Belief and Brotherhood. By Rev. N. Baker Cryer, 2010, paperback, 95pp. In Belief and Brotherhood the author explains why it is possible for a Christian of whatever tradition to hold membership in both these Societies.