Freemasonry Scottish Rite Cult Illuminati Rosicrucian Free Mason Knights Templar


Freemasonry Scottish Rite Cult Illuminati Rosicrucian Free Mason Knights Templar

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Freemasonry Scottish Rite Cult Illuminati Rosicrucian Free Mason Knights Templar:
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HISTORY OF FREEMASONRY AND CONCORDANT ORDERS This sale is for an original 1906 editionof "HISTORY OFTHE ANCIENT AND HONORABLE FRATERNITY OF FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS, AND CONCORDANT ORDERS" by Henry Leonard Stillson. YOU'LL LOVE THIS BOOK!!! It furnishes, in a single volume, the cream of Masonry history, including many secretive and historical FACTS NOT BEFORE PUBLISHED!!!, andpresents many practical matters not generally known to the fraternity in an attractive and comprehensive volume. There is no Society so widely known, and yet really so little known, as that of the Free and Accepted Masons. Even many of the members of that Ancient and Honorable Fraternity are strangely uninformed respecting its eventful past. Dealing critically and impartially with the traditions, customs, records, degrees andceremonies of theBrotherhood, it contains the actual history of the Craft, extending over a period of some six centuries, and that of its grand structures. The accompanying Table of Contents show how many and varied are the topics discussed, and how thorough has been the work expended upon them. Myth here gives up its underlying truth. Research clears away the rubbish, and discloses the sure foundations and majestic arches of a noble structure. In this work some idols are destroyed, but, in their destruction, nothing is lost but the fables with which degenerate men have sought to embellish a truth, the beauty of whose simplicity they could not discern. A massive and brilliant work, it is"THE AMERICAN MASONIC WORK OF THE19th CENTURY."Partial contents: The Ancient Mysteries; Orders of Chivalry; Old Charges; Cognate Orders; Ancient Manuscripts; The Morgan Excitement; Masonic Jurisprudence; The Capitular Degrees; The Cryptic Degrees; Eulogium of the Ancient Craft; KNIGHTS TEMPLARS and Allied Orders; The Scottish Rite; The Royal Order of Scotland; Eastern Star; and The ROSICRUCIANS.

The numerous and BEAUTIFUL ENGRAVINGS!!! which adorn this work bear testimony to the earnest desire of the Publishers to spare no effort or expense necessary to the production of a book which should prove in every way satisfactory to those interested in the subject treated.

Published in 1906, it is inGOOD+ CONDITION for its age and especially to be 107 YEARS OLD!!! ALL PAGES ARE PRESENT!!! and tightly bound withNO TEARS!!! orstray markings. The interior is clean with immaculate text block! The interior is in VERY GOOD CONDITION. Its most notable flaw is the leather is cracked at the joints about 2 inches from the head of the spine, as pictured. It measures approximately 7 1/2" x 10" andis complete with904 pages. This is a RARE!!! bookso...GET IT WHILE YOU CAN!!! GOOD LUCK!!! We combine wins to save you shipping costs!

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