The Ultimate Freemasonry Library ** A Unique Collection of 12 Books ** - Publish This

The Ultimate Freemasonry Library ** A Unique Collection of 12 Books **

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  • Release Date: 2011-03-15
  • Genre: Social Science
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This Book is a Unique collection of editions of core texts on Freemasonry in the public domain, presented complete and unaltered. 

The Dionysian Artificers 
by Hippolyto Joseph da Costa [1820] 
An essay by one of the pioneers of Freemasonry on an important ancient mystery religion. 

Illustrations of Masonry 
by William Morgan [1827] 
An early 19th century account of Freemasonry which inspired a great deal of controversy. 

Duncan's Masonic Ritual and Monitor 
by Malcolm C. Duncan [1866] 
A comprehensive guide to York rite Freemasonry, including details of ceremonies, grips and passwords, extensively illustrated. 

General Ahiman Rezon 
by Daniel Sickels [1868] 
One of the most sought-after Masonic collections, with descriptions of ceremonies, hymns, building dedications, funerals, and more. 

Morals and Dogma 
by Albert Pike [1871] 
Albert Pikes' magnum opus; a advanced textbook of the esoteric basis of Freemasonry. 

Devil Worship in France 
by A.E. Waite [1882] 
Waite debunks the notorious Taxil hoax which falsely accused Freemasons of worshipping the Devil. 

The Symbolism of Freemasonry 
by Albert G. Mackey [1882] 

Shibboleth: A Templar Monitor 
by George Cooper Connor [1894] 
A Masonic organization modeled after the Templars of old 

The Builders 
by Joseph Fort Newton [1914] 
One of the most readable introductions to Masonic history and philosophy, including (for once) a factual account of how Freemasonry emerged in the 18th century. 

The Meaning of Masonry 
by W. L. Wilmshurst [1922] 
A look inside the symbolism of Masonry. 

Symbolical Masonry 
by H. L. Haywood [1923] 
A study guide to the history and symbolism of Freemasonry. 

The Official Monitor of the Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, State of Texas [1922] 
Details of important Masonic rituals, including initiations for the first three degrees, installation of a lodge, and a Masonic burial service.


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