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Making Light Handbook For Freemasons

by Julian Rees

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0853182531, Perfect Paperback)

At last an easy-to-read guide to the path of self-knowledge and self-improvement that is Freemasonry. This volume takes the reader through each of the three degrees of Craft Freemasonry, explaining how best to gain insight from the study and application of these teachings. For the newly made Mason, this book provides an explanation of the ceremony and a glossary of Masonic terminology. It also provides a similar guide for future degrees of Masonic progression. For the experienced Freemason it illustrates interesting and largely unknown aspects of the symbolism of the three degrees. To discover the true Masonic secret, we have to work to bring it forth; this book is the manual for that great work.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:18:08 -0400)

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