Freemasons: A History and Exploration of the World's Oldest Secret Society

by H. Paul Jeffers

Paper Book, 2005




Citadel Press (2005), Edition: First Edition, 256 pages


In Freemasons, H. Paul Jeffers delves into Masonic history to reveal the surprising and controversial truth behind this ancient and secretive order, from its mystery-shrouded origins in medieval Europe through to its rise in America, where Benjamin Franklin founded the first lodge. Today, some 4 to 5 millions Freemasons worldwide pledge to live their lives in accordance with the principles of morality, charity and loyalty. In this fascinating guide that explores the myths and realities of Freemasonry the veil of secrecy is finally lifted.



0806526629 / 9780806526621

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Given by Br. Jeff Troccoli, 2018


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LibraryThing member snash
Curious about the Masons after touring their temple, this book answered enough of my questions to satisfy my curiosity. But it was a very painful disjointed presentation that made the search very unpleasant. Worthy of a scan, no more.

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