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         Freemasonry:     more books (100)
  1. The Symbolism of Freemasonry by Albert G. Mackey, 2010-03-07
  2. The Principles of Masonic Law A Treatise on the Constitutional Laws, Usages and Landmarks of Freemasonry by Albert G. Mackey, 2009-10-04
  3. Masonic Enlightenment - The Philosophy, History and Wisdom of Freemasonry
  4. The Lost Keys of Freemasonry (Also Includes: Freemasonry of the Ancient Egyptians / Masonic Orders of Fraternity) by Manly P. Hall, 2006-08-17
  5. The Origins of Freemasonry: Scotland's Century, 1590 to 1710 by David Stevenson, 1990-09-28
  6. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Freemasonry by S. Brent Morris, 2006-05-02
  7. Born in Blood: The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry by John J Robinson, 2009-09-25
  8. Freemasonry: A Journey Through Ritual and Symbol (Art & Imagination) by W. Kirk MacNulty, 1991-09
  9. Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and Its Kindred Sciences Comprising the Whole Range of Arts, Sciences and Literature as Connected with the Institution by Albert G. Mackey, 1917
  10. Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry by Albert Pike, 1950
  11. Freemasonry: Rituals, Symbols & History of the Secret Society by Mark Stavish, 2007-09-08
  12. A Dictionary of Freemasonry by Robert Macoy, 2000-10-03
  13. The Masonic Myth: Unlocking the Truth About the Symbols, the Secret Rites, and the History of Freemasonry by Jay Kinney, 2009-09-01
  14. AFRICAN ORIGINS OF FREEMASONRY: Treatise of the Ancient Grand Lodge of Khamet by 90ยบ, Zachary P. Gremillion, 2005-02-14

161. Freemasonry
Includes a list of officers and contact information.
Kathleen Lodge No. 338 Kathleen, Florida History:
Kathleen Lodge No. 338 was chartered April 20, 1961 to meet at Kathleen in Polk County. This is still an active lodge and still meets in Kathleen. Address:
Kathleen Lodge
3933 First Street Northwest
Kathleen, Florida 33849-0378 Mailing Address:
Kathleen Lodge
P.O. Box 378
Kathleen, Florida 33849-0378 Telephone Numbers:
Lodge (941) 858-7097
Time Of Communication:
7:30 P.M. on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays Lodge Officers for 2000 Worshipful Master Vonie L. Dean Senior Warden William F. Getty Junior Warden Benjamin C. Anderson Treasurer Harold A. Ponath Secretary (Temp) Pat H. Murphy PM Senior Deacon Junior Deacon David P. Hogg Senior Steward Junior Steward Hubert A. Normane Chaplain John N. Stewart RW Marshall Robert W.Perigo Tyler David H. Piatt PM Lodge Instructor Pat H. Murphy PM Note: PM equals Past Master Return To Home Page Return To Lodge Listing Return To Menu

162. British Freemasonry Covets Israel
British freemasonry Covets Israel By Barry Chamish 87-2 Without British freemasonry there would be no modern state of Israel.
British Freemasonry Covets Israel
By Barry Chamish
Without British Freemasonry there would be no modern state of Israel. In the 1860s, the British-Israelite movement was initiated from within Freemasonry. Its goal was to establish a Jewish-Masonic state in the Turkish province of Palestine. Of course, that would mean dealing with the Turks at some point down the line, but first the country would have to be repopulated with Jews. And the idea wasn't to bring in more of the same religious Jews who already were the majority in Jerusalem and elsewhere, but the kind of Jews who would eventually accept the Masonic view of history.
Initially, British Jewish Masonic families like the Rothschilds and Montefiores provided the capital to build the infrastructure for the anticipated wave of immigration. However, luring the Jews to Israel was proving difficult. They, simply, liked European life too much to abandon it. So Europe was to be turned into a nightmare for the Jews.
This led to the rise of pogroms and Zionism. The leader of Zionism, Theodore Herzl certainly had some British support but he apparently was not thinking in terms of a Masonic state. He died mysteriously in 1905 at the tender age of 43, and the movement fell into British hands under the immoral leadership of one Chaim Weizmann.

163. Revista Forum Masonic - Masonic Forum Magazine
Has both a Romanian and an English version and contains information about Masonic symbolism, interviews, portraits of famous masons and moments of the history of freemasonry.
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164. Prison Planet Archive - Freemasonry
the Dunblane inquiry, which was presided over by Lord Cullen, and a member of the public regarding possible affiliations of Thomas Hamilton with freemasonry
PRISON News Archive: Freemasonry Freemasonic Control of British Judicial System 'Are you Masons?' challenge to judges
Three judges yesterday refused to reveal whether they were Freemasons after being challenged by a veteran human rights campaigner. Robbie the Pict put the question to judges hearing his complaint that a "secret society" of senior figures in the Scottish establishment is undermining the impartiality of the judicial system. Freemasonic Link to Thomas Hamilton/Dunblane Call to lift veil of secrecy over Dunblane
There have been allegations that the lengthy closure order was placed on the report after it linked Hamilton to figures in the Scottish establishment, including two senior politicians and a lawyer. Dunblane killer report leaves questions unanswered
The 230-page dossier had been widely tipped to give information on Hamilton's application for a handgun licence, and outline his alleged links to the Masonic movement. ...
Ukrainian opposition is to make a sensational exposure. As leader of Ukraine's Social Party Alexander Moroz says, about 300 high-ranking officials in Ukraine are members of a Masonic lodge which representative office is located somewhere abroad.
General Control of British Judicial System Link to Hamilton/Dunblane General Freemason 'closed shop' blocked me, says barrister

165. Torrione Lodge Of Research, A Military Lodge: Site Index
A Military Lodge concerned with historical research, Masonic education and sociological trends in society as they affect freemasonry.
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166. Royal Arch Purple Degree Exposed
Unflattering explanation of the degree, and an analysis of its similarities with freemasonry.
The Royal Arch Purple Degree
There were three main degrees worked within the Orange Order in its early days between 1795 and 1798. These were - the Orange degree, the Orange Marksman degree and the Purple Marksman degree. Whilst little is known of the exact content of these three degrees it seems certain that they were highly ritualistic in character, being modelled on the first three degrees of Freemasonry, namely, Entered Apprentice, Fellowcraft and Master Mason. Orange degree Entered Apprentice degree Orange Marksman degree Fellowcraft degree Purple Marksman degree Master Mason degree A ruling authority over the Orange - a Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland - wasn't formed until 21st April 1798. This body brought much needed stability and leadership to the Order at a strategic period in its history. Grand Lodge immediately addressed the bewildering amount of unnecessary ritualism that had found its way into Orangeism, and here began a process of reform which purged out all the ritualistic baggage which had settled itself within the Order. This resulted in the disposal of the original three (elaborate) degrees of the Orange. From this date forward, the Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland accepted only simplicity within its Order. Between 1798 and 1800 Grand Lodge began a process of implementing this simplification by standardising procedures throughout every lodge in Ireland. That they might eradicate any lingering injurious behaviour by spurious characters, they abolished the old Orange Order in 1800, with its ritualistic connections, obliging every Orangeman to rejoin a now simplified new Orange Institution.

167. One Californian's View Of Freemasonry
Personal website of Bill Wine with information about freemasonry, links to local lodge and chapters, and biographical information.
One Californian's View
of Freemasonry
Last Updated: Wednesday, November 20, 2002 Site Map "Seek and ye shall find."
"Knock and it shall be opened unto you." This web site is dedicated to the ancient and honorable fraternity known as Freemasonry. For over twenty-five years I have been an active member in a California Masonic Lodge as well as other affiliated Masonic bodies. It seems only natural to me, considering the effect Freemasonry has had on my life, that this site be so dedicated.. It is my desire through the development of these pages to give back to Freemasonry a portion of the great wealth it has given me. Wealth, which can not be measured by any monetary scale for to put a price upon friendships I have made, experiences and adventures I have had, lessons I have learned, and opportunities I have been given would be impossible. They have been priceless As you venture deeper into this site a number of choices will be offered. Whether you seek general information, Masonic education or graphics for desk top publishing I sincerely hope you will be pleased with what you find. The items are for members of the fraternity as well as non-members. Links to other sites considered of particular importance to Freemasonry are included. Here too you will find pages for a few Masonic groups in which I hold membership. And, if you look very closely, you will discover a path which will lead you to my personal 'home' page.

168. The Scottish Rite Journal - Scottish Rite Of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction,
Scottish Rite of freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction, USA. Past issues of the Scottish Rite Journal (1997 and 1998), located here because the Supreme Council's main site, http//, was filled to capacity.
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December 1996 January 1997 (not available) January 1998 February 1997 February 1998 March 1997 ... December 1998 This site contains the back issues of the Scottish Rite Journal.
Current issues can be found at our main site, The past issues of the Scottish Rite Journal (1997 and 1998) are located here because the Supreme Council's main site,

169. Origin Of Free-Masonry
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Library Historical Documents Thomas Paine : Origin of Free Masonry
Order books by Thomas Paine now. IT is always understood that Free-Masons have a secret which they carefully conceal; but from every thing that can be collected from their own accounts of Masonry, their real secret is no other than their origin, which but few of them understand; and those who do, envelope it in mystery The Society of Masons are distinguished into three classes or degrees. 1st. The Entered Apprentice. 2d. The Fellow Craft. 3d. The Master Mason. The Entered Apprentice knows but little more of Masonry than the use of signs and tokens, and certain steps and words by which Masons can recognize each other without being discovered by a person who is not a Mason. The Fellow Craft is not much better instructed in Masonry, than the Entered Apprentice. It is only in the Master Mason's Lodge, that whatever knowledge remains of the origin of Masonry is preserved and concealed. In 1730, Samuel Pritchard, member of a constituted lodge in England, published a treatise entitled Masonry Dissected; and made oath before the Lord Mayor of London that it was a true copy. "Samuel Pritchard maketh oath that the copy hereunto annexed is a true and genuine copy in every particular." In his work he has given the catechism or examination, in question and answer, of the Apprentices, the Fellow Craft, and the Master Mason. There was no difficulty in doing this, as it is mere form. In his introduction he says, "the original institution of Masonry consisted in the foundation of the liberal arts and sciences, but more especially in Geometry, for at the building of the tower of Babel, the art and mystery of Masonry was first introduced, and from thence handed down by Euclid, a worthy and excellent mathematician of the Egyptians; and he communicated it to Hiram, the Master Mason concerned in building Solomon's Temple in Jerusalem."

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