1877 Freemasonry In The Holy Land Templar Mount Excavations Occult Knights Mason
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1877 Freemasonry In The Holy Land Templar Mount Excavations Occult Knights Mason:
FREEMASONRY IN THE HOLY LAND RARE, ORIGINAL 1877 EDITION BY ROBERT MORRIS. PUBLISHED BY KNIGHT & LEONARD. ORIGINAL BROWN CLOTH WITH DESIGNIN GILT ON FRONT COVER. LARGE BOOK MEASURES 6.5" X 9". 608 PAGESWITHOUT A DOUBT ONE OF THE MOST AMAZING BOOKS ON MASONRY EVER WRITTEN. A CLASSIC WORK. ALSO INCLUDES 151 PAGES OF MASONIC ODES AND POEMS FOR A TOTAL OF OVER 750 PAGES PLUS INDEX. A NARRATIVEOF MASONIC EXPLORATIONS MADE IN 1868IN THE LAND OFKING SOLOMON AND THE TWO HIRAMS. AS ALWAYS, I WILL COMBINE SHIPPING TO SAVE YOU MONEY IF YOU WIN MORE THAN ONE sale. ALL THE BOOKS I SELL COME WITH A 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE IS NOT SATISFIED FOR ANY REASON. offer WITH CONFIDENCE. I'VE BEEN SELLING ON FOR OVER 13 YEARS NOW. MY GOAL IS A HAPPY REPEAT CUSTOMER. THANKS FOR LOOKING. From the First Chapter in the Book: "In 1867, circumstances proved somewhat encouraging to the fulfillment of my purpose. The opening of various lines of steamships from Europe to the Syrian coast was a favorable incident. The enlarged privileges granted by the Turkish government to foreigners sojourning in the Holy Land enabled a person in 1868 to explore twenty-fold more than he could have done in 1858, and forty-fold more than in 1848: The publication of scores and hundreds of books of travel in Palestine obviates the necessity of a man's wasting time in merely playing the tourist, and justifies me in beginning, the moment of arrival, the work of exploration. The invaluable aids afforded the Bible student by such publications as Robinson's, Barclay's, Thomson's, etc., are so much more than mere books of travel, that the reader may in effect transport himself, by their assistance, to the Land of the Bible, being enabled to see with their eyes and hear with their ears whatever is needed to illuminate the sacred pages. In my domestic circle, the growing up of the younger members of my family, and the marriage of the elder, rendered father's presence at home less a matter of necessity than heretofore."