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  1. The Question of Freemasonry and the Founding Fathers by David Barton, 2005-10-01
  2. The Hidden Life in Freemasonry by C. W. Leadbeater, 2007-07-25
  3. A New Encyclopaedia of Freemasonry (Ars Magna Latomorum) And of Cognate Instituted Mysteries: Their Rites, Literature and History (Combined Edition:2 Volumes in 1 by Arthur Edward Waite, 1994-04-19
  4. Freemasonry and Its Ancient Mystic Rites by C.W. Leadbeater, 1998-08-11
  5. Christianity and American Freemasonry by William Joseph Whalen, 1998-11
  6. Freemasonry: Symbols, Secrets, Significance by W. Kirk MacNulty, 2006-10-17
  7. Freemasonry: Ancient Egypt and the Islamic Destiny by Mustafa El-Amin, 1988-06
  8. Freemasonry of the Ancient Egyptians by Manly P. Hall, 2000-10
  9. The Secret History of Freemasonry: Its Origins and Connection to the Knights Templar by Paul Naudon, 2005-04-07
  10. Freemasonry Invisible Cult by HARRIS JACK, 2001-08-01
  11. The Better Angels of Our Nature: Freemasonry in the American Civil War by Michael A. Halleran, 2010-03-11
  12. Freemasonry: A History by Angel Millar, 2005-12-08
  13. Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry by Supreme council of the Thirty-Third Degree Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, Albert Pike, 1950
  14. Freemasonry a Study of the World's Oldest Fraternal Order

21. Centre For Research Into Freemasonry
A project of the University of Sheffield (UK) and the Humanities Research Institute that will create bibliographies, guides to research, as well as run an active public programme of lectures, seminars and conferences, and develop its own largescale research projects.

22. Australian Freemasonry
The directory and entry point for all Australian Grand Lodges, and all matters masonic within Australia.
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23. Devil In Freemasonry - Is Freemasonry Satanic?
An indictment of freemasonry based on fundamentalist Christian interpretations of Masonic symbolism and scripture.

24. Ron Heisler - The Impact Of Freemasonry On Elizabethan Literature
Article by Ron Heisler from the Hermetic Journal.
Ron Heisler - The Impact of Freemasonry on Elizabethan Literature
Article originally published in The Hermetic Journal
The Impact of Freemasonry
on Elizabethan Literature
The enthusiasm among Renaissance men for classical and Hebrew texts brought in its train a revival, and encouraged a sophisticated and creative apprehension, of numerous mystical, alchemical, hermeticist and occultist tendencies. But it was a revival that inevitably encountered resistance from powerful vested interests, especially in theological circles. Compelled to adopt strategies for survival, seekers after "higher truths" sought immunity from reprisal and persecution in the sub-culture of the occult "underground". Thus the secret society began to proliferate. Early in the 16th century Henry Cornelius Agrippa visited England and his friends among the Oxford Humanists - John Colet and Thomas More in particular. Some academics have deduced from his own words that he formed a society in England at this time ( circa I am led to believe that there still exist "Books of Shadows" (membership books) of witches' covens, for which the earliest entries date back to the 16th century.

25. Philalethes Society Home Page
SemiAnnual Philalethes Society. esearch has been an important part of freemasonry since the operative days of the craft. The Regius
Society Membership From the Magazine Dedication ... Masonic Leadership Course
Semi-Annual Philalethes Society
esearch has been an important part of Freemasonry since the operative days of the craft. The Regius Poem or Manuscipt or Halliwell Manuscript written about A.D. 1390 is an example. There have been many Research Lodges chartered, especially during this century. There have been, however, few research societies organized throughout the long existence of Freemasonry. Only one has been able to stand the test of time. This one is The Philalethes Society, an international association of Freemasons who seek light and those who have light to impart. It has been shedding light and truth since 1928. From the Preface of Seekers of Truth
by Allen E. Roberts ( see Web Site Dedication
The name of the Society is pronounced "fill a (as in a-bate) lay thees" with the accent on the third syllable lay. It is derived from two Greek words, philos and alethes. It means lover of truth.

26. DLS Bibliographic Object Name Resolver Service
Consisting of masonic tales, songs, and sketches published in 1852. Entire book published as scanned images through the Making of America archive.

27. Freemasonry.Net - The Freemasonry Network
Welcome to TFN The freemasonry Network. The WEBsite for Freemasons and No-Masons alike. Enter the Forums to debate the hot topics
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Everything you wanted to know about Masons but were afraid to ask
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28. Fraternal Associateions, Fraternal Orders And Freemasonry
Article on the changes in society and their effects on fraternalism.

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Rosicruciana in Canada Revised December 8, 2000 Instituted June 29, 1997 Fraternal Associations, Fraternal Orders and Freemasonry by M.W. Frater Dr. Claude Brodeur IX o , SRIC 1. Introduction 1.1 A Millennium of Change We are now living in a time-warp, the transition from the 2nd to the 3rd Millennium. The 2nd Millennium has been a millennium of profound and incredible change. The earth's population has increased from 263 million to more than five and a half billion, projected to soon become 8.7 billion. In the last thousand years, many lands were discovered and settled by Europeans; North American Nations were constituted; and waves of Asian and African settlers joined Europeans in immigrating to many continents. During the same period the great Cathedrals of Europe were built and rebuilt; present-day Western-type Universities were founded in Europe and thence spread throughout the world; and great European empires were created and destroyed. There are now enormously large incorporated cities spread throughout the world, more than 50 megalopolises in all. 1.2 Scientific and Technological Changes

29. Freemasonry is dedicated to the study of freemasonry and other Masonic Orders including the York Rite, Scottish Rite, Blue Lodge, and the History of freemasonry. freemasonry raised on the
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What is Freemasonry? The definition in the English Lectures is most often quoted, which says that "Freemasonry is a peculiar system of morality veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols.'' But a more comprehensive and exact definition is, that it is a science which is engaged in the search after Divine Truth, and which employs symbolism as its method of instruction. Albert G. Mackey, Encyclopedia of Freemasonry A more modern definition is - "Freemasonry is a science dedicated to enlightening the mind through reason, and ennobling the spirit through morality." NEW: Contemplative Masonry (Highly Recommended!) NEW: Discussion Group at has been designed to help you learn about the world's oldest fraternal order: Freemasonry. Here you will find information about all of the various Masonic organizations, their histories and philosophies. I have went to great lengths to gather a wide variety of information concerning Freemasonry and placed it in a common location that is easy to navigate and use. I have tried to provide accurate information and mostly utilized texts printed prior to the 20th century. I purposefully chose to use these texts because I believe they represent a more accurate picture of what Freemasonry was and ultimately still is. Modern Freemasonry is a product of the Enlightenment and the Age of Reason, its ideology is firmly rooted in what Ayn Rand defined as

30. Grand Lodge Of Minnesota, A.F. And A.M. > Home ( DNN 1.0.9 )
Extensive links to information on many forms of freemasonry, with an emphasis on Minnesota.
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Welcome to the Grand Lodge of Minnesota Welcome to the Grand Lodge of Minnesota website.
Our Grand Lodge, now in its 151st year, is extremely proud of the work of Masons throughout the state. Please browse the website to learn more. Here, Masons will find information about current events, news, educational materials and extensive resources. If you are not a Freemason and are interested in joining, or learning more, you'll find extensive information here on what we do, who we are and how to become a member of the greatest fraternity on earth.

31. Index - The Question Of Freemasonry
The Question of freemasonry. by Harmon R. Taylor. Communism, the Illuminati and freemasonry. The incompatability of Pagan Free Masonry with Christianity.
The Question of Freemasonry
by Harmon R. Taylor
The question of the Christian stand regarding Freemasonry seems to confront our ministry at every turn lately. I have had to come to grips with the sad fact that the esoteric doctrines of Freemasonry separate it, just as unequivocally as do those of Mormonism, from Christian theology. This holds true for every branch of Masonry from the Shriners to the Blue Lodge, the Eastern Star, Demolay, Job's Daughters and the Rainbow Girls! It holds true for the Scottish rite or York rite!
Custodian of Truth
A Religious Institution

The Foundation of Religion

Temple of Religion
One or the Other
A Pastor and Freemasonry: What's a Pastor to do?
by Harmon R. Taylor What can Pastor Do?
The One Thing that Pastors Can't Do, is Nothing!

We Must Renounce It

Let None Perish
A Grand Chaplain Speaks Out
by Harmon R. Taylor Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of New York Grand Chaplain (1983-1984), Rev. Harmon R. Taylor, cites shocking quotations from many of the Craft's definative books.
Who said a Christian Can't be a Mason?

32. History Of Freemasonry - Pietre-Stones Review Of Freemasonry.
search HISTORY OF freemasonry. A SHORTENED HISTORY OF freemasonry IN PORTUGAL by W.Bro. A. Gonçalves Anderson Lodge No 16, Grand Regular Lodge of Portugal.
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33. W. Mark Sexson
freemasonryrelated youth group; meeting information, map and history.
W. Mark Sexson Assembly #373
Mtg Nights: 2nd and 4th Sundays at 7:30pm
Where: Masonic Home and School Chapel
Address: 3600 Wichita Street
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Mailing Address: 621 N.W. LORNA, BURLESON TEXAS 76028
Mother Advisor: Carmen Baker
Sponsorship: Grand Lodge of Texas Trustees
This web page acknowledges allegiance to the Supreme Assembly International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, whose seat of authority is in McAlester, Oklahoma, of which Reverend W. Mark Sexson was the founder and Mrs. Pauline Stonehocker is Supreme Worthy Advisor, and to the Grand Jurisdiction of Texas of which Mrs. Marlene Dibrell, is our Supreme Deputy, and Sister Katie Hampton is our Grand Worthy Advisor.
W. Mark Sexson Assembly L. T. #6 was instituted on May 28th, 1999 in the Chapel of the Masonic Home and School in Fort Worth, Texas. The Presiding Officer was W. M. "Mike" Gower, Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Texas and the Instituting Officer was Mrs. Marlene Dibrell. They were assisted by: Tammy Sutherland Eck, Instituting Chaplain

34. Aleister Crowley And Freemasonry
A brief note on Crowley's connection with freemasonry.
Aleister Crowley and Freemasonry Aleister Crowley , a brilliant student of symbolism and ritual, had at least four major contacts with Freemasonry as a complete body. The Confessions of Aleister Crowley. Finally, at around the 1910 period, came Crowley's episode with John Yarker . Yarker was initiated on October 25, 1854 in Liberty Lodge No. 189, was a frequent writer on masonic matters, was a member of Quatuor Coronati Lodge No. 2076 (the premier lodge of masonic research), and had been involved, in 1871, with the setting up of a Grand Council in Manchester of the Ancient and Primitive Rite , a concatenation of the Ancient and Accepted, and the Rites of Memphis and Mizraim, chartered from the United States of America by Harry J. Seymour (these Egyptian rites were considered irregular by the Grand Orient of France, the first being labeled "dead" by Thevenot, the Grand Secretary of the Grand Orient of France, in a letter to the United Grand Lodge of England in 1872 and the latter being dissolved in 1817). This Grand Council was not recognised by the Supreme Council in Duke Street. St. James, who had expelled Yarker, established the Antient and Primitive Rite in Great Britain. After Yarker's death (which is reported in the Oriflamme

35. Freemasonry: The Witchcraft Connection
freemasonry The Witchcraft Connection. With that point in mind, let us look first at the ritual similarities between contemporary Wicca and freemasonry
Freemasonry: The Witchcraft Connection by William J. Schnoebelen William Schnoebelen was deeply involved in both Witchcraft as a Wiccan high priest and the Masonic order for many years. He was a Mason for nine years and a Witch for sixteen years. In the Lodge, he held offices of Junior Warden in the Blue Lodge, Prelate in the Commandery of the York Rite, Master of the Veil in the Royal Arch degree, and Associate Patron in the Order of the Eastern Star. Additionally, he was a 32° Mason and a Shriner. He is now a Born Again Christian and the author of 5 books, including Masonry: Beyond the Light. In understanding the spiritual difficulties of a Born Again Christian being a Mason, it is necessary to realize that there are highly occult elements woven into the very warp and woof of Freemasonry. Thus, the Lodge is not just "another religion" like the Muslims or the Buddhists—although that alone should be enough to keep Christians from involving themselves in it. The nature and character of the Lodge’s deepest theological underpinnings are rooted in Witchcraft and Paganism. Now that may be an astonishing assertion to some, especially to most Masons. However, it is very easily proven. Few people, within the Craft of Masonry or otherwise, perceive that just because a Bible lies open on the altar and Bible verses and characters play an important part in the ritual of the Lodge, that this does not prevent the Lodge from being of the nature of the occult or Witchcraft.

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39. Freemasonry In Israel - Tree Of Life Of The Kabbalah And Morality
freemasonry in Israel. These Moral Powers of Perfection became the basis for the degrees and teachings of the Scottish Rite of freemasonry.
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Tree of Life of the Kabbalah and Morality
Daniel Farhey
The esoteric Hebrew theosophy, commonly known as the "Kabbalah" ( Kahbahlah, 'Receipt,' 'Acceptance,' or 'Tradition'), is a very ancient legacy of Israel. The Kabbalah reached its peak at about the 12th and 13th centuries CE, influencing medieval thinkers even before the Renaissance (14th to 17th centuries CE). Indeed, in the 11th and 12th centuries CE, the greatest contribution to science and philosophy was made by the "Mekubbalim" ( Mehkoobahleem, 'Acceptees' or 'Kabbalists'), known in history books as outstanding inventors, developers, and philosophers. Kabbalah studies include the "Ets H'ayim" ( Ehts H'ahyeem, 'Tree of Life') and its "Sefirot" ( Sfeeroht, 'Countings' or 'Divine Emanations'). Ten Sefirot originate from the incomprehensible "EinSof" ( AinSohf, 'Endless' or 'Infinite')the Kabbalistic denomination of the One-and-only, Eternal, and Almighty G-d, creator, source, and very essence of all things. The 10 Sefirot represent: (1) The finite (limited) human understanding of the energy channels which G-d generated from His own infinite energy, to create and rule our finite and material universe; and, (2) the qualities that humans should strive to develop in order to approach G-d. The 10 Sefirot also reflect Moral Associations. Although there are some versions of these Moral Associations, in principle, they all reflect faith in G-d and morality. The following table outlines the order of the

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