Discovering Off-Beat Walks in London by John Wittich and Ron Phillips, SB, 2008,80pp. The busy streets of London have been traversed for centuries and many a Londoner or tourist may feel that they ar familiar with all the capital has to offer. However, the eight walks described in this volume reveal more then even the most seasoned commuter or visitor my...
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.
Discovering London Curiosities by John Wittich, 2009, SB, 112pp. This Book introduces readers to a different side of London from the one they may already know. It is a city replete been left untold, and features that go unnoticed.
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 Compasses and the Cross by Stephen Dafoe, 2008, HB, 160pp. The author looks in detail at the origins and evolution of the Masonic Knights Templar from their beginnings in the middle of the eighteen century to their present form.
Masonic Speech Making, by J.W. Hobbs, 1971, paperback, 184pp. How to prepare and deliver masonic speeches for all the occasions. Over 170 speeches and replies are given in full, covering almost every occasion that a Freemason will encounter.
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 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.
So You Want to be a Freemason by Julian Rees, 2009,112pp. This book is the first written specifically for the non-Mason who is thinking of joining the Freemasons but doesn't know where to begin and look for easy to understand information.
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.
Single and Triple fold Leather credit card and Note pad holder. Engraved with Square and Compasses on front cover just like Credit card holder above. Reduced as does not include pen.