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Freemasons: A History and Exploration of the World's Oldest Secret Society: Inside the World's Oldest Secret Society

Freemasons A History and Exploration of the World s Oldest Secret Society Inside the World s Oldest Secret Society From Back Cover Freemasons have been accused of everything from conducting clandestine satanic rituals to masterminding a worldwide conspiracy for planetary domination The order s members which have i

  • Title: Freemasons: A History and Exploration of the World's Oldest Secret Society: Inside the World's Oldest Secret Society
  • Author: H. Paul Jeffers
  • ISBN: 9780806526621
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Paperback
  • From Back Cover Freemasons have been accused of everything from conducting clandestine satanic rituals to masterminding a worldwide conspiracy for planetary domination The order s members which have included Sir Isaac Newton, John Wayne, Bill Gates, some of America s most popular entertainers, and 25 U.S presidents insist they merely share a bond of brotherhood,From Back Cover Freemasons have been accused of everything from conducting clandestine satanic rituals to masterminding a worldwide conspiracy for planetary domination The order s members which have included Sir Isaac Newton, John Wayne, Bill Gates, some of America s most popular entertainers, and 25 U.S presidents insist they merely share a bond of brotherhood, service, and charity It s the oldest and largest fraternal organization in the world and even figures prominently in such modern bestsellers as The Da Vinci Code, yet Freemasonry is still terribly and consistently misunderstood.In Freemasons, H Paul Jeffers delves into Masonic history to reveal the surprising and controversial truths behind this ancient and secretive order, from its mystery shrouded origins in medieval Europe through its rise in America, where Benjamin Franklin founded the first lodge Today, some four to five million Freemasons worldwide pledge to live their lives in accordance with principles of morality, charity, and loyalty both to fellow Masons and to the order itself But what exactly does Freemasonry entail, and what happens behind the lodges closed doors Discover the truth about Masonic Symbols architectural symbolism, rings, pins, and other subtle indicators of membershipRites and Rituals Rite of Investiture initiation ceremonies, the Apron Lecture, the Rite of Destitution, and othersHierarchy and organizational structure including rules for advancement Freemasonry s ancient and ongoing conflict with major religious institutions worldwideWomen and Freemasonry including such groups as Eastern Star, Job s Daughters, and Amaranth Anti Masons opposition groups, from the Catholic Church to conspiracy theoristsAftican American Masonry the Prince Hall Masonry alumni, which included Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, author Alex Haley, and musician Nat King ColeMyths and conspiracies Why is a Masonic symbol on American currency Do Masons really control the world Now, in this fascinating guide that explores the myths and reality of Freemasonry, the veil of secrecy is finally lifted

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    1. A decent, but not inspired, survey of Masons. The author is a workhorse, having published more than 60 books on a panoply of (mostly non-masonic) subjects. I've never read any other book by him, nor heard of him prior to reading this book, but I get the feeling his strength lies more in his research and productivity, and less in his clarity or eloquence. This book gave me a good, basic understanding of The Craft and its rituals, and it maintained an objective approach, which I am grateful for (s [...]


    2. This is a great book if you want to know the basics surrounding Freemasonry. The book reads more like a textbook than anything else, but the history is very detailed. You will learn just how involved Freemasons have been and continue to be in shaping our nation.


    3. The book is worthy enough to scan through, since it has good tidbits of knowledge. But it sorely needed a good editor to improve its readability. There are huge leaps of topic, confusing sentences, redundancies and errors.


    4. I appreciate the way Jeffers does not go too deeply into the "behind the scenes" of masonry. This book is better for an overview of Masonic history in a short and readable series of chapters with a good flow.


    5. His writing is so all over the place it was hard to concentrate on the topic at hand. His use of quotes was almost lazy.



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