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Ahiman Rezon or The Book of Constitutions

The Grand Lodge

Published in 2003, this is basically a manual of the lodges of Freemasonry. Chapters include subjects such as Forms of Prayers, Shock of Enlightenment, Working Tools, Three Gates of the Temple, Mystical Ladder, Belief In God, Funeral Services and Proposing New Members for a Lodge.

American Indian Freemasonry

American Indian Freemasonry

Arthur C. Parker

Originally published in 1919, this is a short book which states that the Native Americans have a form of Freemasonry amongst them.

The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite in Thirty-Three Degrees

The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite in Thirty-Three Degrees

Robert B. Folger

Known Hitherto Under The Names Of The ‘Rite Of Perfection’ – The ‘Rite Of Heredom’ – The ‘Ancient Scottish Rite’ – The ‘Rite Of Kilwinning’ – And Last, As The ‘Scottish Rite, Ancient And Accepted.’ A Full And Complete History, With An Appendix, Containing Numerous Authentic Documents, Relating To The Origin, Progress And Establishment Of The Rite.

Ancient Mysteries and Modern Masonry

Ancient Mysteries and Modern Masonry

C. H. Vail

This book consists of a series of lectures, first given in Pullman Memorial Church, Albion, New York. The purpose of these lectures is to consider the origin and nature of the Ancient Mysteries and Modern Masonry and to show the relation which they bear one to the other.

The Apocalypse of Freemasonry

The Apocalypse of Freemasonry

F. de P. Castells

An interpretation of the symbolism of the Masonic Lodge. Contains considerations of the sources of these symbols. Underlying the ceremonies practiced by the Freemasons of the present day, there is a system of philosophy which is based on the lofty conception of the Most High God as a Being who indwells the Light, and is Himself “light.”

The Arcana of Freemasonry

Albert Churchward

Fully illustrated, The Arcana Of Freemasonry is about the history and symbolism of Freemasonry. Chapter subjects include, the Origin of Freemasonry, The Divine Name, Explanations of Some Masonic Signs and Symbols, and Egyptology and Masonry.

Arcane Schools

Arcane Schools

John Yarker

In this extensive work, John Yarker attempts to trace the history of Masonry and Masonic rites through history, proving its legitimacy through seniority and the power of tradition. Yarker establishes the roots of Masonry in a race he calls the Aryans, a catchall phrase to describe an unknown race of conquerors who developed the early human arts, such as stoneworking, metalworking, and agriculture. Yarker then explains how that civilization…

Book of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite

Charles T. McClenachan

This fully illustrated book contains instructions in all the Degrees from the third to the thirty-third, and last Degree of the Rite, together with ceremonies of inauguration, institution, installation, grand visitations, reflections, lodges of sorrow, adoption, constitutions, general regulations, calendar, etc.

The Book of the Words

The Book of the Words

Albert Pike

Masonry is permeated with powerful symbolism-both verbal and pictorial-that arouses the mental, spiritual, and intellectual life of those who use them. This extremely interesting study, once limited to 150 copies, gives the correct spelling of, and analyzes all the “significant words” (pass words, etc.) in, the Scottish Rite from the 1st through…

The Builders

Joseph Fort Newton

This is a general survey of Masonic origins, history and philosophy. It was at one time given to every new Mason in Iowa. This is a scholarly but approachable treatment of Masonry and will be enlightening both to practicing Freemasons and a general audience.

The Cathedral Builders; The Story of a Great Masonic Guild

Leader Scott

This book focuses not so much on the secret society aspect of the Freemasons, but on the architecture. Taken from the first chapter: “Is it likely that many single architects in different countries would have had the same ideas at the same time? Could any single architect, indeed, have designed every detail of even one of those marvellous…

The Constitutions of the Freemasons

James Anderson

From the Preface: “In presenting an American edition of “Anderson’s Constitutions” to the Masonic Fraternity, the Publisher feels confident that there are but few readers in the Order who have not dwelt with interest and delight on the pages of this most popular work popular at least with Masons, and esteemed by them as the written…

Devil Worship in France

Devil Worship in France

Arthur Edward Waite

This book is basically a rebuttal and a debunking of a guy called Leo Taxil,who created a bit of a furore back in about 1885. Taxil converted to Catholicism and along with his conversion, came a hatred of all things Masonic. So he made up stories about them. As you do. He wrote several books about the evils of Freemasonry, started an anti-Masonic newspaper, and even met Pope Leo XIII, who totally agreed with him that Freemasons were devil…

The Dionysian Artificers

Hippolyto Joseph Da Costa

This essay, published in 1820, was an attempt to prove that modern Freemasonry derived from ancient Greek philosophical and religious ideas. Hippolyto da Costa (1774-1823), was a Brazilian journalist, author, Freemason and world traveller. He was imprisoned for being a Freemason by the Inquisition in Portugal in 1802; he escaped in 1805.

Duncan’s Masonic Ritual and Monitor

Malcolm C. Duncan

With almost 100 illustrations. This book presents details of Masonic initiation rituals, along with grips, passwords and regalia. Written in the 19th century, Duncan’s Ritual, as it is known, has been republished numerous times. It includes the three basic degrees of the Ancient York Rite, and four additional advanced degrees.

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