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Masonic Symbolism

Discover the origins and meaning behind the symbols of Freemasonry.

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    Freemasonry Decoded by Kevin L Gest, HB, 2014,256pp. The Key to understanding the secrets of Freemasonry lies in a mysterious ritual known as the Royal Arch, believed to have existed for 300 years-at least. This book reveals how Freemasonry and the shape of its ceremonies developed against the back drop of religious conflict, secrets and mysteries veiled...

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    A Guide to Masonic Symbolism by Duncan Moore, 2009, HB, 208pp. This book sets out a clear and easy to understand explanation of Masonic symbols primarily for the new Mason and interestered general readers,although long serving Masons will find much of interest in this new look at symbols and what they signify.

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    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.

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    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...

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    Tracing boards of the 3 Degrees by Julian Rees, 2015, 2nd ed 2019 SB, 98pp. The Tracing Boards are an essential part of the Craft Degrees, assisting the Freemason in his quest to decode and interpret those allegories. The first three chapters give a detailed method of understanding and revealing the import of the three Craft boards , based on those used...

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    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. Was £19.99 now £5.00

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    Written from the heart, in a clear and well constructed manner, this book clearly demonstrates the compatibility of Freemasonry and Christianity. Using his in-depth knowledge of Christian scripture, Haffner has carefully examined the accusations levelled at Freemasonry. He gives reasoned answers and explanations to the issues raised in anti- Masonic...

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    Freemasonry A Journey through Ritual and Symbol by W. Kirk MacNulty, 1999, SB, 96pp.This book explains Freemasonry's part in a long tradition of Western mysticism, going back to the Middle Ages if not beyond, and shows the Craft to be a complex framework for inner growth, a development psychology which presents 20th-century Mason with a viable discipline...

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    Freemasonry is the largest and most public of the philosophical fraternal orders, and at its heart lies the process of initiation for instructing new members. What exactly is the process of initiation? How did it originate? What changes does it seek to bring about in the candidate? How does it work? More importantly, why is it so integral to Freemasonry?...

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    A collection of fresh in-depth articles exploring the curiosities of Freemasonry in their historical context and that of wider society.  The author John Belton produces works with an evidence based intellectual detachment and ability to entertain the reader rarely found in Masonic writing. Perfect for the Masonic researcher and busy Mason alike its easy...

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    Best-selling author, television personality, and 32 Freemason, Michael Schiavello, reveals startling discoveries made while plumbing the depths of Masonic ritual and symbolism. Discover how King Solomon Temple correlates specifically to the make-up and measurements of the human nervous system, and unlock the true meaning of the Masonic pillars, Hiram...

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    Masonic Legends by David West and Mathew West, 2017, SB, 237pp. Did you know there are 300 Lodges and 30,000 masons in Cuba? What about the mason who saved the life of Fidel Castro? Have you ever wondered why Rudyard Kipling so rarely attended Lodge and who on earth was Hobbehod? Find all the answers in this fascinating account of Masonic Legends.

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