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A Journey in Stone

by Craig Weightman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0853184917, Paperback)

In this book Craig Weightman takes a look at the transformative symbolism of Freemasonry. Starting with the rough ashlar, the symbol of the individual as they enter masonry, he moves through an explanation of how the working of stone is an apt metaphor for transformation. Not stopping at the perfect ashlar itself, the author moves on to how the building within which a stone block might be placed represents society at large, and elaborates how Masonry encourages the candidate to find their true selves in order to serve and support this society in the best way possible. Not complete without a look at Royal Arch Masonry, the book broadly talks about what the symbolism of the Royal Arch might suggest.

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