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Ancient Religious Traditions & Symbols in Freemasonry

Author: Horace Sykes Pages: 18 Our early operative brethren had to go to the lodge or quarry and, at great cost in labor, take their building materials from the original sources. It was then necessary to transport them long distances to … Continue reading

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Abraham Lincoln, Freemason – An Address before the Lodge

Author: Dr. L. D. Carman, P. M. Pages: 26 The subject of my remarks this evening will be Abraham Lincoln, Freemason. It may be regarded as somewhat pre- sumptuous to give this address this title, when Lincoln is not considered as … Continue reading

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The Entered Apprentice Handbook

Author: Sir John A. Cockburn Pages: 29 W. Bro. Ward is one of the most able and earnest of Masonic students. He brings to bear on the task of research the mind of a scholar, enriched by extensive reading, much travel and … Continue reading

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Mithraism, Freemasonry and the Ancient Mysteries

Author: Brother H. L. Haywood Pages: 5 The theory that modern Freemasonry is m some sense a direct descendant from the ancient Mysteries has held a peculiar attraction for Masonic writers this long time, and the end is not yet, for … Continue reading

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Morals And Dogma

Author: Albert Pike Pages: 573 Published: 1871 THE TWELVE-INCH RULE AND THE COMMON GAVEL. FORCE, unregulated or ill-regulated, is not only wasted in the void, like that of gunpowder burned in the open air, and steam unconfined by science; but, striking … Continue reading

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The Annihilation Of Freemasonry

Author: Sven G. Lunden Pages: 6 There is only one group of men whom the Nazis and the Fascists hate more than the Jews. They are the Freemasons. In Italy, indeed, the anti-Jewish feeling is of recent vintage and largely artificial, whereas … Continue reading

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King Solomon’s Temple and the Story of the Third Degree

Author: Wor. Bro. Robert Smailes, P.M. Pages: 12 Before commencing the subject of my address, permit me to remind you of a question with which you are all familiar, from the very beginning of your Masonic career. I mean, ” What … Continue reading

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Introduction to the Ineffable and Sublime Degrees of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite

Author: Unknown Pages: 242 While the degrees of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish rite commence with the Entered Apprentice, FellowCraft or Companion, and Master Mason, all authority over these degrees by the Supreme Councils is waived, and they are exclusively administered … Continue reading

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