Harry Carr, Rev. F Smyth, 1992, hardback, 408pp. This is one of the most successful Masonic publications in recent times due to the immense knowledge of the late Harry Carr and his entertaining writing style. This is a book to be treasured, one that will provide a wealth of knowledge in an easy to read style. A collection of more that 200 questions with...
Freemasons for Dummies by Christopher Hodapp, 2005. SB, 368pp. This book is a reference, which means you do not have to read it from cover to cover and the book explains all you need to know in Freemasonry.
The Templar Code by Christopher Hodapp,2007,SB,360pp.This plain English guide explains who these mysterious figures were,how they rose so high and why they fell so far. You'll explore Christian theories that involved the order and discover the role they played in important events,such as the French reveolution and the cival war.
Conspiracy Theories and Secret Societies for Dummies by Christopher Hodapp, 2008,SB,362pp.Whether your a skeptic or a true believer, this fascinating guide,packed with the latest information,walks you through some of the most infamous conspiracy theories and introduces you to such mysterious organizations as the Freemasons,the Ninjas,the Mafia and...
Freemasonry Today binder for you to keep all your Freemasonry Today magazines together.
Learning Ritual - an Easy Process by A. Skidmore, 2012, 80pp SB. Learning Ritual - an Easy Process offers you a simple, concise and sensible route to delivering ritual to the best of your ability and better.
The Changing face of the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution by J. W. A. Reuther Deputy President RMBI. The story of the RMBI is a fascinating one. This book examines the Origins of the organisation and how it has evolved over more than 150 Years.
Freemasons' Royal Arch Guide by E. E. Ogilvie and H.A.Thompson, 2017, HB, 246pp. This book has a detailed procedure to be followed by each Officer both in and out of Chapter meetings. All Officers from Janitor to the Most Excellent First Principal are covered in separate Chapters with a useful reminder section concluding each.
So you think you know about Freemasonry by Ray Hudson, 2015, SB, 127pp. This book attempts to get back to basics and will hopefully bring some additional light upon what I consider the greatest method of self-improvement ever devised by man. In saying this I give due respect to the diverse spiritual and mystical systems of the world's many cultures.
So you think you know about Chapter by Ray Hudson , 2015, SB, 127pp. This book is filled with fascinating, little known facts, there is much here that will surprise veteran members of Chapter. A book for all Freemasons and others, who wish to understand the sublime Symbolism and hidden history behind the most important Masonic order.
World of Freemasonry by Harry Carr, 2017,HB, 409pp. Reproduced are 15 of the author's most noteworthy and fascinating articles covering a wide range of Masonic subjects, some of the articles were written as speaking Lectures. Harry Carr makes even the most complex of subjects come alive so that all will enjoy and understand.
Freemasonry for Beginners by Robert Lomas, 2017, SB, 195pp. This book takes you behind the scenes and back in time to reveal the origins, Symbols, rituals, organization and philosophy of Masonic Fraternalism. Comic art and illuminating graphics by Sarah Becan help to explain the history and traditions of Freemasonry.