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Sir James Stubbs and T.O. Haunch, 1983, hardback or paperback, 68pp. This book gives a brief guide into the history of Freemasons' Hall and an impression of how it is reflected in the building and its contents.
Paperback, 32pp. This exhibition in Freemasons' Hall shows some of the milestones of Freemasonry's development from its origins in the 17th century England.
A Journey in Stone by Craig Weightman, 2015, SB, 173pp. This book is a guide to that path in which explores the transformative symbolism of Freemasonry and its effect on the Masonic workman. Starting with the rough ashlar, the symbol of the individual as they enter Masonry, he moves through an explanation of how the working of stone is an apt metaphor for...
For 400 years,incredible stories have been woven around the 'invisible' Brothers of the Rosy cross. Allegedly founded by 'Knights of the Golden stone' Christian Rosenkreuz,it is said they were the harbingers of the 'Last Light'-a fantastic outpouring of divine science and higher consciousness.
The secret History of Freemasonry. By Paul Nandon, 2005, SB, 308pp. Paul Nandon reveals that there was in fact a vey intimate connection between the Masons and the Knights Templar. Nandon shows that the origins of today's Freemasonry can be traced as far as the colleges of artisans of ancient Rome.
Isaac Newton's Freemasonry by Alain Bauer, 2007,SB,146pp. This book is valuable for those who are interested in Freemasonry either because they are members or for reasons of intellectual curiosity.
Ornaments, furniture and jewels, by Julian Rees, 2013, paperback, 96pp. One of the Emulation Lectures tells us that the interior of a Freemasons' Lodge is composed of Ornaments, Furniture and Jewels. It becomes clear in this book, they symbolic significance such as the Blazing Star, the Square pavement and the Tesselated Border.
The Medals and Jewels of British Freemasonry by Trevor I.Harris,2007,HB,140pp.This is the first general book of British Masonic medals to have been published in the past,but have been limited in scope as they refered to specific collections.The aim of this book is to present a user-friendly listing of British Masonic medals and jewels.
The Open Door, The order of Women Freemasons 1908-2008 by Ann Pilcher-Dayton, 2008, SB, 298pp. This book is not intended to be a critical history of the Order of Women Freemasons, but it is hoped that it is as objective as possible. The Open Door was written for members of the Order and interested outsiders.
The Knights Templar. The History and Myths of the Legendary Military Order by Sean Martin. SB, 2004, 174pp.The myth of the Templars was born and, in the ensuing seven centuries, they have exerted a unique influence over european history: orthodox historians see them as nothing more than soldier-monks whose arrogance was their ultimate undoing, while...
George Farrah, pp, 2003, 278pp.The aim of this book is to put together evidence collected from biblical, archaeological and historical sources, for a thorough, critical and hopefully stimulating discussion on the temples at Jerusalem and their connection with Freemasonry.
The Knights Templar by Paul Ivison,2005,SB,112pp.'In 1118, nineteen years after the fall of Jerusalem to Christian hands, nine Knights arrived at the court of King Baudolin II, ruler of the new kingdom. The Knights stated that their mission was to protect the Pilgrims en route to the Holy Places of Jesus and they had taken vows of Poverty, Chastity and...