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  1. Duncan's Ritual of Freemasonry by Malcolm C. Duncan, 1976-04-12
  2. The Dark Side of Freemasonry
  3. The Evolution Of Freemasonry And The Master's Assistant by Delmar Duane Darrah, 2010-05-23
  4. Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry by Albert Pike, 2010-03-07
  5. Isaac Newton's Freemasonry: The Alchemy of Science and Mysticism by Alain Bauer, 2007-03-22
  6. Richardson's Monitor of Freemasonry by Jabez Richardson, 2007-07-25
  7. Introduction to Freemasonry by Carl H. Claudy, 2010-09-17
  8. THE SECRETS OF FREEMASONRY: That Which You Should Know (Volume 0) by Elijah Muhammad, 1997-04-01
  9. The Secrets of Freemasonry: Revealing the Suppressed Tradition by Robert Lomas, 2006-05-04
  10. Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of FreemasonryVolume 2 by Albert Pike, 2008-08-18
  11. Free from Freemasonry: Understanding "the Craft" and How It Affects Those You Love by Ron G. Campbell, 1999-12
  12. Secret Sects of Syria and the Lebanon: A Consideration of Their Origin, Creeds and Religious Ceremonies, and Their Connection With and Influence Upon Modern Freemasonry (Classic Reprint) by Bernard H. Springett, 2010-04-16
  13. Freemasonry: An Introduction by Ph.D., Mark E. Kolko-Rivera, 2011-01-20
  14. The Symbolism of Freemasonry: Illustrating and Explaining Its Science and Philosophy, Its Legends, Myths, and Symbols (Classic Reprint) by Albert Gallatin Mackey, 2010-10-09

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82. Masons (Freemasonry) - Christian Or Anti-Christian?
Masons (freemasonry). freemasonry refers to the principles, institutions, and practices of the fraternal order of the Free and Accepted Masons.
Masons (Freemasonry)
Christian or Anti-Christian?
Freemasonry refers to the principles, institutions, and practices of the fraternal order of the Free and Accepted Masons. The largest worldwide society, Freemasonry is an organization of men based on the "fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man," using builders' tools as symbols to teach basic moral truths generally accepted by persons of good will. Their motto is "morality in which all men agree, that is, to be good men and true." It is religious in that a belief in a Supreme Being and in the immortality of the soul are the two prime requirements for membership, but it is nonsectarian in that no religious test is used. The purpose of Freemasonry is to enable men to meet in harmony, to promote friendship, and to be charitable. Its basic ideals are that all persons are the children of one God, that all persons are related to each other, and that the best way to worship God is to be of service to people.
Ancient Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine" ), who hold festive parades and support hospitals for crippled and burned children. (To be a Shriner, one must be a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason, or its equivalent in the York Rite [Knights Templar]). [The 33rd degree is an honorary degree bestowed upon especially worthy masons who have accomplished outstanding work in such fields as religion and politics.]

83. Robertson County Masonic Homepage
Information about the county's six Masonic lodges and their activities.
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This page is for the informational purposes of the six Masonic Lodges located in Robertson County, Tennessee (plus anyone else interested in knowing what we're up to).
Click on the link for the lodges with websites: Crystal Fountain Lodge #282 meets 2nd Tuesday, 7:30 PM Western Star Lodge #9 meets 2nd Thursday, 7:30 PM White House Lodge #700 meets 1st Monday, 7:00 PM Burton Lodge #272 meets 1st Tuesday, 7:00 PM Red River Lodge #537 meets 2nd Monday, 7:30 PM Greenbrier Lodge #753 meets 2nd Monday, 7:30 PM This page is provided by: Bro. Walter E. Lee, Jr., County Chairman. Please eMail me with any current events such as: Upcoming degrees, Official Visits, Schools of Instruction, Special Visitations, Fundraisers, Lodge Events, and especially anything involving FOOD! Email me at: Or, Snail Mail at: Walter Lee, 158 College St., Orlinda, TN 37141 Current Events:
Pancake Breakfast at Crystal Fountain #282 on Saturday, May 22 Held in conjunction with Burton #272 and White House #700 All you can eat Pancakes for just $3.00!!

84. The Centre For Research Into Freemasonry

85. Sacred Arts Of Haitian Vodou | Freemasonry | American Museum Of Natural History
By the time of the Haitian Revolution, there were already several Masonic lodges catering to French colonists. The idea of mystical
By the time of the Haitian Revolution, there were already several Masonic lodges catering to French colonists. The idea of mystical fraternities also appealed to Haitians whose ancestors had developed their own secret societies in Africa. After Independence, they joined Masonic lodges in great numbers and freely used fraternal imagery in other sacred contexts. The all-seeing eye, pyramid, square and compass, skull and crossbones, pick, shovel, top hat, and other funereal symbols are especially prevalent in imagery evoking the Gedes and the Bawon Samdi. Man in Masonic attire Masonic libation bottle Packet for Makaya with Masonic decorations

86. Free Masonry & Christianity
Annotated transcript of sermon by Dr. Alva J. McClain delivered to the First Brethren Church of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he served as pastor from 1918 to 1923.
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Foreword: This sermon was prepared while Dr. Alva J. McClain was the pastor of the First Brethren Church of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Several young men of that church were urged by friends to enter the Masonic lodge and they came to Dr. McClain for counsel in the matter. As the outcome of a conference with them he promised to make a fair investigation of the organization on the basis of such Masonic literature as might be available to the general public, and to report his findings in the form of a sermon to the congregation. Following the delivery of the sermon to a large audience, a number of interested friends made provision for its publication requesting that it be printed as delivered with as little change as possible. This will explain the conversational manner. This booklet has had wide circulation, having gone through six printings. In order to make the documentation up to date, the references in the Encyclopedia of Freemasonry were taken from the "New and Revised Edition" published by the Masonic History company in 1929. BMH Books sends forth this, the seventh printing with the prayer that this important message by the late Dr. Alva J. McClain might serve in an increasing ministry of helpfulness to persons being confronted by Freemasonry, and as Dr. McClain himself said in an earlier foreword, "that its ministry may be used to open the eyes of men, that they may see and honour the Lord Jesus Christ as the 'true God, and eternal life' (1 John 5:20)." BMH Books

87. Co-Masonry Freemasonry For Women
freemasonry FOR WOMEN. by catherine yronwode. To understand the role of women in freemasonry, it is necessary to go back into the history of the fraternity.
by catherine yronwode Can women be Freemasons? The answer is YES. To understand the role of women in Freemasonry, it is necessary to go back into the history of the fraternity. It has been said that exclusion of women from the craft forms one of the "ancient landmarks" of the order. Is this true? The question is answered in five parts:
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17th Century:
Proof that women were made Masons in ancient operative lodges
Let us begin with the historical record. The following was sent to me by Brother Bill Edwards in 1995. It consists of a short excerpt from a long talk that the Very Worshipful and Reverend Neville B. Cryer, Past Provincial Grand Master of Surrey, Past Grand Chaplain of the Grand Lodge of England, Chairman of the Heritage Committee of York, and member of the Quator Coronati Lodge of Research, gave to the Finger Lakes Chapter of the Philalethes Society in March, 1995. WOMEN AND FREEMASONRY BY V:. W.: and Rev. NEVILLE B. CRYER MASONIC TIMES, May, 1995, Rochester, New York

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89. Freemasonry
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90. Thomas Paine's Origin Of Freemasonry
With commentary by Moncure Daniels Conway.
British-American author of The Age of Reason, Common Sense, Rights of Man and Crisis, Thomas Paine has not been proven to have been a Freemason. A brilliant pamphleteer, his theory about the origins of Freemasonry is only of interest as an historical curiosity. HISTORY INDEX TRANSITION THEORY Thomas Paine's
Origin of Free-Masonry NOTE: This essay appeared in New York, 1818, with an anonymous preface of which I quote the opening paragraph: "This tract is a chapter belonging to the Third Part of the Age of Reason, as will be seen by the references made in it to preceding articles, as forming part of the same work. It was culled from the writings of Mr. Paine after his death, and published in a mutilated state by Mrs. Bonneville, his executrix. Passages having a reference to the Christian religion she erased, with a view no doubt of accommodating the work to the prejudices of bigotry. These, however, have been restored from the original manuscript, except a few lines which were rendered illegible." Madame Bonneville published this fragment in New York, 1810 (with the omissions I point out) as a pamphlet. — Dr. Robinet ( Danton - Emigre

91. What Is?
What is freemasonry? Introduction. freemasonry repute. freemasonry and Religion. freemasonry is not a religion, nor is it a substitute for religion.
What is Freemasonry?
Freemasonry is one of the world's oldest secular fraternal societies. This leaflet is intended to explain Freemasonry as it is practised under the United Grand Lodge of England, which administers Lodges of Freemasons in England and Wales and in many places overseas. The explanation may correct some misconceptions. Freemasonry is a society of men concerned with moral and spiritual values. Its members are taught its precepts by a series of ritual dramas, which follow ancient forms and use stonemasons' customs and tools as allegorical guides.
The Essential Qualification for Membership
The essential qualification for admission into and continuing membership is a belief in a Supreme Being. Membership is open to men of any race or religion who can fulfil this essential qualification and are of good repute.
Freemasonry and Religion
Freemasonry is not a religion, nor is it a substitute for religion. Its essential qualification opens it to men of many religions and it expects them to continue to follow their own faith. It does not allow religion to be discussed at its meetings.
The Three Great Principles
For many years Freemasons have followed three great principles:
Brotherly Love
Every true Freemason will show tolerance and respect for the opinions of others and behave with kindness and understanding to his fellow creatures.

92. What Is Freemasonry
Basic questions answered; much UGL of England information.
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93. History
The History of English freemasonry. Contents. Foreword by the Most Worshipful Grand Master, Bro. HRH The Duke of Kent, KG. About freemasonry. Operative Origins.
The History of English Freemasonry
by the Most Worshipful Grand Master, Bro. HRH The Duke of Kent, KG About Freemasonry Operative Origins Early Evidence First Grand Lodge ... Some Famous English Masons A synopsis of the exhibition. What Is Freemasonry? This United Grand Lodge of England leaflet is reproduced here with permission. See our new web site at

94. Masonic Knowledge
Essays and short discussions on esoteric freemasonry and the symbolism thereof.
Welcome to the place for Masonic knowledge! Let there be light! Introduction - What is the purpose of this page List of Essays - Long essays on particular Masonic symbolism and history List of Short Masonic Lessons - Short discussions on the background and meaning of symbols used in the Blue Lodge About the Author Can you help identifying this object? Certified as an Excellent Masonic Website

95. A Page About Freemasonry: The Correct URL Is...
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96. Scottish Rite Of Canada, Freemasonry, Masons And Masonry
Welcome to the Official Site of the Scottish Rite of freemasonry of Canada, Supreme Council 33 degrees. . Visitor Number Since Sept/98. Welcome .
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aid your search for what is good and great in God's universe. S overeign Grand Commander
Ill. Bro. Orlan J. Weber, 33° T he Scottish Rite is one of the two branches of Freemasonry in which a Master Mason (Third Degree) may proceed after he has completed the three degrees of Symbolic, Blue or Craft Lodge Masonry. Although similar, in Canada we prefer using the term Craft Lodge. T he purpose of the Scottish Rite, simply stated, is to seek that which is the most worth in the world ...t o exalt the dignity of every person, the human side of our daily activities, and the maximum service to humanity; ...t o aid mankind's search in God's universe for identity, for development and for destiny, and thereby achieve better men in a better world, happier men in a happier world and wiser men in a wiser world. Are you a Master Mason? Then this click is for you!

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98. Cephas Ministry Inc. - Files About Freemasonry
Files about freemasonry. The Structure of freemasonry. American freemasonry Rite. Under the arch are organizations allied to freemasonry. Master
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The Structure of Freemasonry

American Freemasonry remembles two sets of stairs that begin and end together, as this chart of Masonic structure shows. A Mason's first step is to become an Entered Apprentice. He climbs to the third step where most Masons stay. If he wants to go in the Masonic hierarchy, he enters either the Scottish or York rites. Many authorities say the Scottish Rite was begun by Scots emigre's in France; the York Rite is named after York, England where, by legend, the first Masonic body was organized. In the Scottish Rite a Mason climbs 30 steps, or degrees. The name he takes on at each degree is written on each step in the chart. Where there are two names the top is used by northern Masons, the italicized one by southern Masons. Some figures a Mason meets in Rite ceremonies stand on the steps (from bottom): King Solomon, King Cyrus, acolyte, George Washington, Sultan. Each degree teaches a moral. To earn a degree candidate learns the moral and participates in ceremony dramatizing it. A 32 degree is the
    highest degree a Mason can earn. The 33 degree is awarded by the Supreme Council, ruling body of the Rite.

99. The Southern Baptist Convention And Freemasonry, By James L. Holly, M.D.
Research paper that resulted in a report being approved by the SBC in 1993, which concluded that many tenets and teachings of freemasonry are not compatible with Christianity or Southern Baptist doctrine.
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Jah-Bul-On = Jahwah + Baal + Osiris
This is the document that was mailed to 5,000 Southern Baptist Ministers and Church Leaders that resulted in the ground breaking passage of an Official SBC Doctrinal Statement in 1993 that Freemasonry was incompatable with Christianity and Southern Baptist Doctrine.
The Southern Baptist Convention and Freemasonry,
By James L. Holly, M.D. CONTENTS Preface iv-vi
Part I: The Mystery Religions 1

A. Secret Societies 2

B. Freemasonry is Occultic 2
5) Pretense 13
i b. Confidentiality 13
1) Involves timing of release 13
2) Time for validation 13 3) Accountability 14 ... c. Receiving and Toloration Contrasted 34 ii 4. Masonic Judgement on the Bible 35

100. Freemasonry And Catholicism, By Max Heindel, Part I Through VI
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The great law of analogy is everywhere the master key of all spiritual mysteries, and, although Masonry and Catholicism do not begin till we arrive at the Earth Period, they have their prototype in the earlier Periods; we shall therefore briefly touch upon the essential facts. In the Saturn Period, the Earth-in-the-making was dark; HEAT, which is the manifestation of the ever invisible fire, was the only element then manifest; embryonic mankind was mineral-like, the only lower kingdom of evolving life. Unity was everywhere observable, and the Lords of Mind who were human then, were at one among themselves. In the Western Wisdom Teaching we speak of the highest Initiate of the Saturn Period as THE FATHER.

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