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The Earliest Masonic Document - Pamphlet

by Frederick M. Hunter

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11895939M
    ISBN 101428699430
    ISBN 109781428699434

    2. Talk about Masonic research, particularly about the publications of The Masonic Service Association, Quatuor Coronati Lodge, Scottish Rite Research Society, Masonic Book Club, and other reputable sources. Advise Masons where to locate Masonic books, providing names, addresses, and telephone numbers for various Size: 37KB. Freemasonry By Ron Rhodes Other names: Masonry, Masonic Lodge, The Lodge. Founders: Though the origin of Freemasonry is debated, it appears that Anglican clergymen James Anderson, George Payne, and Theopholis Desaguliers played a founding role. Founding date: Apparently A.D. Location of groups today: About half the Grand Lodges and two-thirds of the Freemasons in the.

      There are a number of masonic manuscripts that are important in the study of the emergence of numerous are the Old Charges or documents outlined a "history" of masonry, tracing its origins to a biblical or classical root, followed by the regulations of the organisation, and the responsibilities of its different grades. Master Mason; collected and collated the old Masonic manuscripts, produced the Book of Constitutions, and was chartering Lodges in many countries, including our own, to take care of the Fraternity's membership, which began rapidly to increase shortly after the organization of the Grand Size: KB.

    Digital Masonic Library Greetings, At the “Library Tab” [Suggested Reading] of the website of the Valley of Schenectady, AASR, NMJ, USA, is the below listing of interesting books for Masonic readers and researchers. As with any such collections of this nature on the internet, there is no telling how long these works or links will remain File Size: KB. This book has a controversial backstory which is part of the mythology of anti-Freemasonry. 'Captain' William Morgan, the author, was a disappointed Freemason in Batavia, New York. Rejected by the local lodge, he announced that he was going to publish a work exposing Masonic rituals and secrets.


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The Earliest Masonic Document - Pamphlet by Frederick M. Hunter Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Halliwell Manuscript, also known as the Regius Poem, is the earliest of the Old consists of 64 vellum pages of Middle English written in rhyming couplets. In this, it differs from the prose of all the later charges. The poem begins by describing how Euclid "counterfeited geometry" and called it masonry, for the employment of the children of the nobility in Ancient Egypt.

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Make Offer - Vol 2 History of Freemasonry &. The. Early Masonic Catechisms. is by far the mort important work that was ever compiled in this particular field of masonic study.

Primarily, it was designed for students, but not for them alone. There is a great deal of profit and pleasure to be derived from it for the rank and file of the Craft, if its contents are studied as they deserve. a document as unique as it is interesting, in the hope Masonic book, the earliest printed copy of the Constitu- tions of the operative Freemasons.

Hughan holds it to This pamphlet is now in the Library of the Grand Lodge of Iowa, being one of the most valuable books of the celebrated 'Bower Col- Size: 3MB. Graphic: A detail from a facsimile depicting the closing couplet of The Regius Poem: “Amen, amen so mote it be; so say we all for charity.” (Masonic Book Club, ) From the March/April Scottish Rite Journal: Philanthropy or charity has been an important part of Freemasonry from its earliest oldest Masonic document, the Regius Poem of ca.

ends with these words, “Amen. History of The United Grand Lodge of England, Masonic documents, the Articles of Union between the "Moderns" and the "Antients" - Novem ¨ CARTA DE BOGOTA' - ASAMBLEA CMI, XXI Gran Asamblea de Confederación Masónica Interamericana.

Masonic Code In Masonic & Freemason Books & Publications Masonic Ritual Book In Masonic & Freemason Books & Publications Tell us what you think - opens in new window or tab. It gives us the earliest insight into Masonic ritual practised at the time.

At this stage I need to recount a personal and fortunate experience regarding early newspapers. In November I purchased a copy of The Post Boy, number dated Thursday December 26 to Saturday December 28 from a dealer in the Channel Islands.

The Masonic Trowel to spread the cement of brotherly love and affection, that cement which unites us into one sacred band or society of brothers, among whom no contention should ever exist, but that noble emulation of who can best work or best agree.

There are a number of masonic manuscripts that are important in the study of the emergence of Freemasonry. Most numerous are the Old Charges or Constitutions. These documents outlined a "history" of masonry, tracing its origins to a biblical or classical root, followed by the regulations of the organisation, and the responsibilities of its different grades.

More rare are old hand-written. Early anti-Masonic documents. The earliest anti-Masonic document was a leaflet printed in by a Presbyterian minister named Winter.

It reads: TO ALL GODLY PEOPLE, In the Citie of London. Having thought it needful to warn you of the Mischiefs and Evils practiced in the Sight of God by those called Freed Masons, I say take Care lest their Ceremonies and secret Swearings take hold of you; and.

For example, the Letter of Verus Commodus (), an anti-masonic pamphlet, refers scornfully to the August Title of Kabalists a Knot of whimsical, delirious Wretches who are caballing together, to extirpate all manner of Science, Reason and Religion.

We carry books on Masonic history, philosophy, ritual, lodge procedures and more. From learning the meaning of the Masonic language, to being an officer in your lodge to the history or philosophy of our Order, Cornerstone has books designed to help you in your area of study and need.

Early Masonic Manuscripts The Old Charges It is something more than a glimpse into an Old Curiosity Shop, showing how Masonic history was written in that day, which is interesting as a warning, if nothing else; and at the same time furnishing some facts of real value.

And he made a book thereof how the craft was founded: And he himself File Size: 1MB. The Masonic historian, Albert G. Mackey, describes the Illuminati as a "secret society, founded on May 1,by Adam Weishaupt who was professor of canon law at the [Jesuit-controlled] University of Ingolstadt" (Encyclopedia of Freemasonry, Mackey p.

).In his biographical sketch of the Jew Weishaupt, Mackey opens with the following words, "He is celebrated in the history of Masonry as. ♥ Book Title: The Masonic Vocal Manual ♣ Name Author: Robert Macoy ∞ Launching: Info ISBN Link: ⊗ Detail ISBN code: ⊕ Number Pages: Total 74 sheet ♮ News id: ijAOli8L4lEC Download File Start Reading ☯ Full Synopsis: "Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the s and before, are now extremely scarce and.

This is by no means a complete list, but it is a start of solid Masonic books. We decided to create a separate page just for the list so you can refer back to as it grows. Here is the start. Let us know what you think.

We also invite you to let us know if you have. An earlier book version was issued in Over the course of successive publications, Carlile’s com- grees in Masonic Lodges, or that secret system which is called MANUAL OF FREEMASONRY., ’S.

MANUAL OF FREEMASONRY. MANUAL OF FREEMASONRY. MANUAL OF FREEMASONRY, ’. MANUAL OF Size: 2MB. Text Book of Masonic Jurisprudence by A G Mackey. Textbook of Cryptic Masonry by J Chase. The Anti-masonic Review and Magazine by Author Unknown in The Ca Thedral Builders - The Story of A Great Masonic Guild by Author Unknown in The Cable-tow by Author Unknown.

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US$ Add to basket. The Regius Manuscript.The Maine Masonic Text Book compiled by P.G.M. Josiah. Drummond was originally published by the Grand Lodge of Maine in for the purpose of assisting the lodges in resolving the questions which continually arise, and as a monitor of the various Size: KB.The Freethinking Freemason – Collected Masonic Works of Tim Bryce.

Tim Bryce. The Freethinking Freemason offers sage advice on how to run a Masonic Lodge, editorials on the future direction of the fraternity, and stories aimed at entertaining Masons. Written by a veteran management consultant and Freemason who knows how to provoke thought and engage discussion.