Charles Carter, 2001, hardback, 100pp. This book covers what you should have already learned before becoming a Juniour Warden, the status of the I.P.M, teaching the younger brethren during other ceremonies are just a few points covered.
Richard Johnson, 2003, hardback, 96pp. This book is written to guide the Principal Officers of a Lodge, the three senior Officers, through the range of duties that they will be expected to perform during their years in Office.
Lodge and Chapter music for Organists. Includes the Opening odes, Installation of the Worshipful Master, the Entered Apprentice song, Closing ode and many more songs for your Lodge needs.
The Mark Degree by David Mitchell, 2003, HB, 96pp. Interesting, informative and instructive, the book should prove of great value to all Mark Masons and provides the new advancee with a wealth of knowledge to prepare him for every office.
Understanding More About The Knights Templar and Malta Degrees by Rev'd Neville Barker Cryer,2008,SB,64pp. So successful have they been in explaining various aspects of the degrees of Knights Templar and of Malta that it was decided to expand the number of subjects dealt with and make them available to any knight in England.
Rev. Neville Barker Cryer, 2002, paperback, 104pp. This book covers ten Lectures including Why Holy, why Royal, why Arch and some unexplained features of the Royal Arch and many more.
The Winding Staircase by Huw Pritchard, 2014, SB. This book examines how Freemasonry's use of Symbolism and allegory can provide the Freemason with tools to assist him in both facing the challengers of his everyday life and in exploring his spiritually.
A Glossary of the Craft and Holy Royal Arch Rituals of Freemasonry by A.C.F.Jackman,1992,SB,193pp.The meanings of the words used in Masonic ritual have changed over the last 200 years. This handy little book describes the origins and original meanings of the sometimes obscure words used in our ritual. A must for any serious Mason.
What do you know about ritual. The complete Mason's Commentary. By Revd Neville Barker Cryer. 2008, SB, 92pp. This educational new volume has been designed to fulfil the great demand for a straightforward and informative book to guide prospective candidates through the various aspects of the Masonic Ritual. It includes helpful insights into the ceremonies...
Rose Croix Essays. By John Mandleberg, 2005, 208pp. Rose Croix Essays has been written to provide a series of talks for delivery at meeting of Rose Croix chapters. However, it will also provide to the interested reader, whether or not a Mason, a fascinating insight into the origins and history of the Ancient and Accepted Rite and how it has grown to the...
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...
Symbolism in Craft Freemasonry by Colin Dyer, 2003, SB, 184pp. Freemasonry, in its lodges and ceremonies, makes use of a great deal of Symbolism, the origin of the great majority of which is open to speculation. The readers knowledge and appreciation of masonic symbolism cannot fail to be enhanced by reading this book.