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         Freemasonry:     more books (100)
  1. On the Origin of Free-Masonry: Posthumous Work (Classic Reprint) by Thomas Paine, 2009-10-31
  2. The Story of Freemasonry by W. G. Sibley, 2010-09-10
  3. Knights & Freemasons - The Birth of Modern Freemasonry
  4. Into Masonic Light (Freemasonry Secret Societies) by Douglas H. Wood, Dimitar Mavrov, 2010-04-12
  5. The Unknown Lore of Amexem's Indigenous People: An Aboriginal Treatise by Timothy Myers, 2008-06-20
  6. The Secret Ritual of the Thirty-third and Last Degree Sovereign Grand Inspector General of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry by Anonymous, 2010-05-23
  7. The Arcana of Freemasonry: A History of Masonic Symbolism (Dover Books on History, Political and Social Science) by Albert Churchward, 2008-04-21
  8. The Temple Legend : Freemasonry and Related Occult Movements by Rudolf Steiner, 1997
  9. Freemasonry and the Vatican: A Struggle for Recognition by Leon De Poncins, Vicomte Leon De Poncins, 1994-09
  10. Unmasking Freemasonry Removing the Hoodwink by Selwyn Stevens, 2007
  11. Comprehensive View of Freemasonry by Henry W. Coil, 1973-01-01
  12. Speculative Freemasonry and the Enlightenment by R. William Weisberger, 1993-05-15
  13. Ronayne's Handbook Of Freemasonry by Edmond Ronayne, 2007-07-25
  14. Richardson's Monitor of free-masonry: Being a practical guide to the ceremonies in all the degrees conferred in Masonic lodges, chapters, encampments, ... oaths, and hieroglyphics used by Masons by Jabez Richardson, 1993

101. Humanum Genus On Freemasonry - Encyclical By Pope Leo XIII, April 20, 1884
Encyclical condemning freemasonry. Promulgated 20 April, 1884.
is Permanently
Humanum Genus - Encyclical on Freemasonry - Promulgated on April 20, 1884 - Pope Leo XIII Preliminary Comments:
From 1738 A.D. to approximately the 1950's the Catholic Church has consistently and strongly opposed Masonic institutions and their affiliates. Such evils as atheistic Communism and the destructive forms of Socialism are directly associated with Freemasonry (Mason - Freemason).
In more recent years it has become evident that not only the Catholic Church has been under attack, but also, all God fearing Christian religious associations have become increasingly under the influence of Freemasonry (Mason - Freemason).
Recently I asked these questions to a Christian gentleman in regard to comments he had made concerning Freemasonry: "Does the Masonic organization have specified goals for influencing or controlling various Christian churches? How does the influence of Masons / Freemasons corrupt Christianity?"
The following are excerpts from his response:
"You have asked some very good questions.

102. Freemasonry And The Christian Church
A look at the roots and religious beliefs of freemasonry from a biblical perspective. Russ Wise. freemasonry Its Background and History.
Freemasonry and the Christian Church
Russ Wise
Freemasonry : Its Background and History
There are probably few subjects as shrouded in mystery and misunderstanding as that of Freemasonry. Known under a variety of names (the Craft, the Brotherhood, the Order, the Fraternal Order, the Lodge, etc.), Masonry has been aligned with both the Christian church and the occult. A major problem for many whether within the Order or without is the question of the Mason's ultimate allegiance. If, in fact, there is no appreciable theological difference between the church and Freemasonry, their antagonists have no basis on which to denounce them. However, if there are beliefs and practices in Masonry that are incompatible with biblical Christianity, then it becomes imperative for the non-Mason and Mason alike to understand the true teachings of the Lodge. The history of the Lodge is not easily discernable. Along with those who believe that Freemasonry had Christian beginnings are a growing number of Masonic authors who espouse an occultic origin for the Craft. There are those who indicate that the Craft was an outgrowth of the Ancient Mystery Schools or that it was first associated with the Druids or the Illuminati. In order for the individual to make a correct decision regarding Freemasonry, he must first understand the motivation of the author. Masonic authors Delmar Darrah, A. S. MacBride, and Melvin Johnson point out the unreliability of many of their fellow Masonic writers. Darrah, in his book titled

103. Canonbury Masonic Research Centre
An educational institution supporting the independent study of freemasonry and of mystical and esoteric traditions worldwide. Book reviews, membership program, and calendar of recent events.
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The Canonbury Masonic Research Centre is an educational institution whose mission is to support the independent study of Freemasonry and of mystical and esoteric traditions worldwide Music for the Brotherhood Chris de Souza on musical masonry was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on 7 October 2003 The Canonbury Bookshop
The Canonbury Papers Volume 1
The Social Impact of Freemasonry on the Modern Western World
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review in Freemasonry Today Programme for the 2003 conference: Freemasonry in Music and Literature printable booking form Research Our research programme and resources support and assist scholars working in areas of interest to the Centre. Establishment of a comprehensive database is our aim
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Lectures Our public lectures are held monthly, on Wednesdays from 7.00 -9.00 pm, Spring - Summer Programme from 2 February through to June. Admission is £6. Presented by leading scholars , t hey are primarily concerned with issues relating to Freemasonry and the traditions linked to it;

104. Anti-Freemasonry
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105. - Masonic Webhosting
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106. The Enlightenment, Freemasonry, And The Illuminati
A brief look at the history of The Illuminati, and how they related to freemasonry and Atheism. The Enlightenment, freemasonry, and The Illuminati



The Enlightenment, Freemasonry, and The Illuminati
by Conrad Goeringer
Part I - The Enlightenment

In the history of Atheism, no period is as complex and exciting as that time we know today as the Enlightenment. Cultural historians and philosophers consider this era to have spanned the eighteenth century, cresting during the French Revolution of 1789. It was a phenomenon which swept the western world, drowning in its wake many of the sclerotic and despotic institutions of l'ancien regime or old order, and helping to crystallize a new view of man and the roles of reason, nature, progress and religion.
And too, the Enlightenment was a feverish period of Atheistic thought and propaganda. Many of the leading philosophers of the time were Atheists or deists, opposed to the cultural and political hegemony long exercised by the Vatican and its shock troops, the Jesuits. Much of the political, social and literary activity of the Enlightenment was characterized by a repudiation of Christianity, and the formulation of doctrines calling for separation, if not outright abolition, of state and church.
While there are many currents to this period, one of the fascinating and little-explored backwater eddys of particular interest to Atheists and libertarians is the role of Masonic lodges and "secret societies" during this time. Surprisingly little objective historical work exists on this area. The drama of social revolution and intellectual apostacy was taking place not only in the streets of Paris, or the open fields of Lexington and Concord, but in countless lodges and sect gatherings and reading societies as well. These conclaves, with their metaphorical-hermetic secrets, symbolism and lore, were the crucibles of "impiety and anarchy" so bemoaned by church dogmatists of the time like the Jesuit Abbe Barruel. Of all of the clubs, societies, libraries, salons and lodges of this stormy time, perhaps none has been so villified, attacked and misunderstood as that group known as the Order of the Illuminati.

107. Freemasonry - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Discusses many aspects of and the history of freemasonry.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Freemasonry , a worldwide fraternal organization , often calls itself "a peculiar system of morality veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols." Its members are joined together by high ideals, of both a moral and metaphysical nature (and, in the majority of branches, by a common belief in a Supreme Being). Freemasonry is an " esoteric art ," in that certain aspects of its internal work are not generally revealed to the public. Masons give numerous reasons for this, one of which is that Freemasonry uses an initiatory system of degrees to explore ethical and philosophical issues, and this system is less effective if the observer knows beforehand what will happen. Table of contents 1 Membership 2 Criticism and Repression 3 Ritual and Symbols 3.1 Lodges ... edit
Freemasons are expected to exhibit the utmost tolerance both in "Lodge" (the meeting place of a group of Freemasons) and in their daily lives. Freemasonry will thus accept members from almost any religion, including all denominations of Christianity Judaism Islam Buddhism , and so forth. Exactly how far this goes depends on the particular branch or "jurisdiction" of Freemasonry one is dealing with.

108. Livre Bleu En Anglais
A Masonic essay providing introductory information about traditional and regular freemasonry as it exists throughout the world and as practiced in Belgium.
The Traditional and regular Freemasonry Contents PREFACE It is our aim to supply information about the traditional and regular freemasonry as it exists throughout the world and is also practised in Belgium. Freemasonry is the bearer of a fraternal message, which has lived in the hearts of millions of men for centuries. Though they do not realise it themselves, numerous people have affinities with freemasonry, namely all those who - be it in silent isolation - strive after an existence enlightened by the spirit and who, by a personal search and apart from galling systems, try to get to know the others and the world; all those who have the impression that their personal search could develop more comfortably in a fraternal society, in an Order which offers the initiatic way to knowledge. So this booklet wants to show to these people of goodwill what the traditional and regular freemasonry is in fact, and at the same time to do away with a number of falsified images and wrong ideas. Many people consider freemasonry a secret society that has an ample share in the battle against the influence of churches, especially against the catholic church, or an organisation that conducts a ceaseless anticlerical or anti-religious campaign based on free examination. Moreover, freemasonry is often viewed as a notorious pressure group with a strong impact on the political world and on the national institutions, in order to ensure a valuable support for itself and its members.

109. Baden-Powell And Freemasonry
Lord BadenPowell Benefactor of Boyhood BP and freemasonry. He devotes most of his energy in continued research and writing on freemasonry.
Lord Baden-Powell
Benefactor of Boyhood
B-P and Freemasonry Many Scouters express interest in whether or not B-P was a Freemason. The values of Scouting are said to closely parallel those of Freemasonry and many of B-P's contemporaries were members of the fraternity. In researching this subject, I became acquainted with a long-time Scouter and Mason, who has devoted considerable effort to the question. His researches have included correspondence with the United Grand Lodge of England, the competent Masonic body in England, and with Brother Scouters and Masons in Belgium, England, Australia and the United States. His research leads him to the conclusion that B-P, most probably, was not a Freemason. The author, now in his 80's, is a 32º Mason, an Eagle Scout, and a member of the Order of the Arrow. He has generously given permission for the publication of the conclusions of his research, requesting only that his manuscript be published without direct attribution, as he feels he is of an age and time when he does not feel able to respond to correspondence and would not wish to appear ungracious. He devotes most of his energy in continued research and writing on Freemasonry. An article edited from this manuscript has appeared in Masonic publications. Lord Baden-Powell, Benefactor of Boyhood

110. Freemason Bibliography
freemasonry in the EighteenthCentury. Prepared by Brandy Farese. The pieces include the beginnings of freemasonry in Europe as well as Colonial America.
Freemasonry in the Eighteenth-Century
Prepared by: Brandy Farese
Suggested Readings
The following is a bibliography of some of the most insightful pieces of literature on Freemasonry in the Eighteen-Century. The pieces include the beginnings of Freemasonry in Europe as well as Colonial America. William and Mary Quarterly
Hunter, Frederick M. The Regius Manuscript. Research Lodge of Oregon, No.198: Portland Oregon, 1952.
Jacob, Margaret C. Living the Enlightenment: Freemasonry and Politics in Eighteen-Century Europe . Oxford University Press: New York, 1991.
Jacob provides an insight into how Freemasons, in their private sociability, reconstituted polity and established a constitutional form of self-government complete with laws, elections and representatives. Moral, ethical and political prescriptions permeating
mentioned are Freemason utopian, reforming and free-thinking tendencies (Benjamin Franklin among a few). Jacob explains the exclusion of women in Freemasonry and the anti-masonic trends. Knight, Stephen.

111. FREEMASONRY PROVEN TO BE OCCULTIC!! - Christian Updates - New World Order. .
Masonry stands condemned by God because it uses occultic practices and praises the principles of false religions.
We PROVE that Freemasonry is occultic, Satanic, from their own writings! We will show you what one Freemasonry Publishing House recommends that their members read and study. We will also prove from this recommended reading list that Freemasonry admits that it comes from the Satanic Knights Templars!
The Bible says "Evil companionships corrupt", and our culture has the saying, "Birds of a feather flock together". Truly, you will be shocked when you discover the types of books Freemasons read and study.
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As you read this terrible listing of books, let Albert Pike's words, above, resonate throughout your whole being, mind, spirit, and emotion: "Masonry is identical with the Ancient Mysteries". IDENTICAL!! IDENTICAL!! IDENTICAL!!

112. Global Masonic Publications
Publishers of freemasonry Universal. Includes information about the book and ordering information.
Paperback. Full colour cover. Approx. 50 pages. With a Foreword from MWBro. Carl Stewart, Past Grand Master, Victoria. Paperback. Full colour cover. Approx. 50 pages.
So your husband/partner is thinking of joining a Masonic lodge? Immediately, you think: 'What is it all about?' You may have some preconceived idea of Freemasonry-perhaps your father, grandfather or another relative, or a friend is, or was, a member? For a start, a large number of books have been written on the subject or aspects of it, as a brief look in any library or bookshop will quickly reveal!
As with many things beyond the extent of one's current knowledge, people have perceptions, many of which are vague, or even false. Is it a religion, or a substitute for religion? Is it a political organisation? Don't its members indulge in strange rites and rituals? Don't its members wear dark suits, carry funny little black cases, and wear strange aprons? And what's this business about riding a goat? What about those 'secret handshakes'? What is my husband/partner getting into!?
The purpose here is to explain Freemasonry as succinctly as possible and, hopefully, dispel any misconceptions. This booklet is divided into two parts. Section One provides is a brief 'Synopsis' of what Freemasonry is about (and not about). Section Two, 'A Closer Look at Freemasonry' examines the subject in depth, for those who wish to know more.

113. Anti-Masonic (antimasonic) Books From Acacia Press; Also Thoughts On Freemasonry
Books on freemasonry.
Books on Freemasonry

114. Leo XIII - Custodi Di Quella Fede
Encyclical addressed to the Italian people in particular, repeats condemnation of freemasonry. Promulgated 8 December, 1892.
ON FREEMASONRY To the Italian People. Deplorable Conditions in Italy Guardians of that faith to which the Christian nations owe their morality and civil redemption, We must dutifully discharge each one of Our supreme tasks. Therefore We must raise Our voice in loud protestations against the impious war which tries to take such a precious treasure away from you, beloved children. Already taught by long and sorrowful experience, you know well the terrible trials of this war, you who deplore it in your hearts as Catholics and as Italians. Can one be Italian in name and sentiment and not resent these continual offenses against divine beliefs? These beliefs are the most beautiful of our glories, for they gave to Italy its primacy over the other nations and to Rome the spiritual sceptre of the world. They likewise made the wonderful edifice of Christian civilization rise over the ruins of paganism and barbarism. Can we be Catholic in mind and heart and gaze with dry eyes on that land where our wondrous Redeemer deigned to establish the seat of His kingdom? Now We see His teachings attacked and His reverence outraged, His Church embattled and His Vicar opposed. So many souls redeemed by His blood are now lost, the choicest

115. Freemasonry
freemasonry. It was dedicated to countering the malevolent and subversive influence of the international cabal known to the world as freemasonry.
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Today, apart from their occasional appearance in a Monty Python sketch, or the popular theory that Jack the Ripper was one, Masons pass unnoticed by the general public. But this wasn't always so. In 1827, the United States witnessed the birth of a third political party. This had never happened before. The new party offered America its first alternative to the two dominant political groups. Like so many third parties to come, this one had a rather narrowly-focused platform. It was dedicated to countering the malevolent and subversive influence of the international cabal known to the world as Freemasonry. It was named the Anti-Masonic Party, and the Anti-Masons were well aware that theirs was an uphill battle. America's first President, George Washington, had been a Mason. So were many other Founding Fathers, including Ethan Allen, John Paul Jones, Paul Revere, John Hancock, and Benjamin Franklin . Eight of the 56 signatures on the Declaration of Independence belonged to avowed Masons, as well as nine on the Constitution. In 1832, the Anti-Masonic Party managed to elect Millard Fillmore to Congress, but their candidate for President received only seven votes in the Electoral College. He was crushed by Andrew Jackson... who was a Mason.

116. Freemasonry & Masons
Have you ever considered becoming a mason? Information about masons and freemasonry from the Grand Lodge of Michigan.

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Have You Ever Considered Becoming a Mason? Freemasonry is the oldest, largest Fraternity in the world. It's members have included Kings, Presidents, Prime Ministers, Statesmen, Generals, Admirals, Supreme Court Chief Justices, corporate CEOs, opera stars, movie stars, and probably, your next door neighbor. And Masonry is always ready to welcome good men into the Fraternity. It's ready to welcome YOU, if in your heart you can answer "yes" to a few questions. Do you believe that there is such a thing as honor, and that a man has a responsibility to act with honor in everything he does?
Freemasonry teaches that principle. We believe that a life not founded on honor is hollow and empty - that a man who acts without honor is less than a man. Do you believe in God?
Are you willing to allow others the same right to their own beliefs that you insist on yourself?
Masons insists on toleration - on the right of each person to think for himself in religious, social and political matters.

117. Freemasonry, Freemasonry.
The basic unit of freemasonry is the lodge, which exists under a charter issued by a grand lodge exercising administrative powers.
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The secret and fraternal organizations believed to have evolved from the medieval guilds of the stonemasons. Membership is open to men only, requires no allegiance to a single faith or religion, although belief in God is necessary, and aims to enable members to meet in harmony, to promote friendship, and to be charitable. The orders provide a network for business, professional and social success and advancement. The basic unit of freemasonry is the lodge, which exists under a charter issued by a grand lodge exercising administrative powers. The lodges are linked together informally by a system of mutual recognition between lodges that meet the Masonic requirements. The lodge confers three degrees: Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft, and Master Mason. Additional degrees are conferred by two groups of advanced freemasonry: the York Rite, which awards 12 degrees, and the Scottish Rite, which awards 30 higher degrees. Many legendary theories exist concerning the origin of freemasonry, but it is generally linked to the development of medieval craft guilds of stonemasons. Small numbers of skilled stonemasons would travel between towns to build churches and cathedrals commissioned by the clergy. To protect their knowledge they organized into guilds, complete with passwords, rules of procedure, payment and religious devotion. How the membership of the guilds changed to clubs or lodges attracting largely unskilled, honorary membership is unclear, but Freemasonry's present organizational form began on June 24, 1717, when a grand lodge was formed in London. Since that time lodges have spread all over the world with local grand lodges formed whenever enough lodges exist in an area.

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Presenting the symbols, allegories and myth of Speculative freemasonry in a radical and refreshing way, borrowing certain concepts and practices from Zen, including koans and meditation.
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119. Oops!
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120. Ian Allan's Superstore
Publisher of books on freemasonry in the UK. Includes catalog and contact information.

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