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2 edition of Masonic Ideals found in the catalog.

Masonic Ideals

by J. S. M. Ward

  • 317 Want to read
  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Freemasonry,
  • Spirituality - General,
  • Body, Mind & Spirit-Spirituality - General,
  • Social Science / Freemasonry,
  • Social Science,
  • New Age / Body, Mind & Spirit,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11860982M
    ISBN 101425304362
    ISBN 109781425304362

    The Maine Masonic Text Book compiled by P.G.M. Josiah. Drummond was originally published by the Grand Lodge of Maine in for the purpose of assisting the lodges in resolving the questions which continually arise, and as a monitor of the various ceremonies. These titles should be in every New Mason’s collection. The Little Masonic Library, Newly Made Mason, More about Masonry, Foreign Countries, The Great Teaching of Masonry, Lost Keys of Freemasonry, The Secret of Hiram Abiff, Freemasonry: Its Hidden Meaning, What Masonry Means, The Craft & Its Symbol.

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      Though the Masonic Order at large has made recent attempts to shed some of their secrecy, it’s still fun to lean into the idea that the Freemasons are a secret society. An article 'Masonic Facts and Oddities' appeared in a publication of one of the appendant masonic bodies in the United States a short while ago, in which quite a few interesting items were included. Some of them, however, contained errors. One reads as follows: 'Oldest Lodge: Formerly known as Kilwinning No. 1, it is now known as St. Mary’s Chapel; it will be years .


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I encountered one of the most moving descriptions of the ideals of a Freemason today on the Grand Lodge of Alberta's website, originally written in by M.W. Bro. Otto Klotz and published in the Canadian Craftsman magazine: "If you see a man who quietly and modestly moves in the sphere of his life; who, without blemish, fulfils his duty as a man, a subject, a husband and a Author: Christopher Hodapp.

The idea of Masonic brotherhood probably descends from a 16th-century legal definition of a "brother" as one who has taken an oath of mutual support to another. Accordingly, Masons swear at each degree to keep the contents of that degree secret, and to support and protect their brethren unless they have broken the law.

[37]. The Great Masonic Library is a collection of out-of-print Masonic books from some of the most respected authors of the 18th and 19th centuries.

Lost in the mists of time, with expired copyrights and a dwindling interest in Freemasonry over the centuries. The man who, without courting applause, is loved by all noble-minded men, respected by his superiors and revered by his subordinates; the man who never proclaims what he has done, can do, or will do, but where need is will lay hold with dispassionate courage, circumspect resolution, indefatigable exertion and a rare power of mind, and who will not cease until he has.

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The Masonic Book Club re-prints in hardback hard to find Masonic books for its members. Typically one book is reprinted a year but there have been times when there was a bonus book. Since they have reproduced many Masonic classics that have long since been out-of-print.

It's one of the best investments in building a Masonic library you can. Masonic ceremonies describe a moral code, using basic principles that are common to all religions.

Social responsibility: Freemasonry stands for the reverence of God and the proper place of individual faith in society; for truth and justice; for fraternity and philanthropy; and for orderly civil, religious, and intellectual liberty. It charges. Contrary to some beliefs, the Masons hold up some specific ideals.

Their first duty is to their religion. The Masonic Fraternity encourages each member to practice his own faith. Masons can be from any religion. So, while it is possible to have a Mason who believes in Satanism, it is very unlikely. Their second duty is to their country and it's.

As A.P. Bentley wrote in his book History of the Abduction of William Morgan and the Anti-Masonic Excitement ofThe two men “entered into partnership to print a book which the. THE FREEMASONRY COLLECTION books + images 4 DVD set MASONIC LIBRARY. $ 1 sold. MASONIC LIBRARY Books Freemasonry Freemason Secrets Mysteries 4 DVDs C $ 1 sold.

The History of Freemasonry, 7 Volumes, Albert Mackey Book Collection on CD V $ 1 sold. Masonic Symbolism and Texts. In most Masonic lodges, the Bible, the Quran, Talmud, and Vedas are prominently displayed, which gives each member a holy text to reference and utilize during rites and rituals.

Solomon’s Temple is a substantial part of the rituals and symbolism found within Freemasonry. Alex Horne, King Solomon's Temple in the Masonic Tradition, N. Hollywood, CA: Wilshire Book Company, pp. Helen Rosenau, "Vision of the Temple: The Image of the Temple of Jerusalem in Judaism and Christianity, " London: Oresko Books Ltd.pp.of results for "masonic ritual book" Duncan's Ritual of Freemasonry.

by Malcolm C. Duncan | out of 5 stars Paperback $ $ 35 $ $ Get it as soon as Tue, Aug FREE Shipping on your first order shipped by Amazon. More. An earlier book version was issued in Over the course of successive publications, Carlile’s com- reflecting the idea that Freemasonry derived from ancient solar cults (this Through all the Masonic degrees, ancient or modern, the subject continues to be a.

About the Book Author. Christopher Hodapp has been an active Freemason and board member in his home state of Indiana for many years and holds memberships in several national Masonic organizations.

He has written numerous articles and has contributed to several documentaries about Masonry. He is editor of the Journal of the Masonic Society and has authored and co-authored several books.

This book traces Freemasonry back to misty beginnings before the Norman Conquest, and it outlines the ins and outs of Masons in all the countries of Europe, some of Asia, and the rest of the British Empire, and of course the U.S.

progressive aristocracy who believed in ideals of freedom, constitutional government and religious toleration Reviews: “Online Masonic Education Course” In the book of human history Freemasonry has a chapter of its own. When you have become the member of a Lodge it is a chapter you will wish to read, as much for its own fascination as for the light it will throw upon your path as a Mason.

Masonic ideals are not set forth in written creeds. For the. Marker Stones One of the earliest manifestations of masonic ideals on the American landscape dates back to the surveying of Washington D.C. by Ellicott and the capital Commissioners, in The Masonic Lodge I.

Masonic Nature and Influence 10 2. Masonic Religion 35 3. Masonic World View 50 4. Masonic Morality 61 Part 2 Religious Secrets: Beliefs 5 The Plan of Salvation 78 6. The Rule of Faith and Practice 93 7. The Fatherhood of God 8. The Nature of God 9 The Name of God Jesus Christ The Nature of Man.

The Hiram Key: Pharaohs, Freemasonry, and the Discovery of the Secret Scrolls of Jesus, is a book by Christopher Knight and Robert authors, both Freemasons, present a theory of the origins of Freemasonry as part of their "true story" of the historical Jesus and the original Jerusalem Church.

The content of the book comes from a number of essays, some of which have been reworked, on Stewart’s Masonic Traveler blog from Stewart is the type of individual that always has questions, always wants to know why, always wants the story behind the story and the philosophical underpinnings behind the answers if there are any.A list of books about Freemasonry, or of particular interest to Freemasons, and Masonic philosophy Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.