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Masonic Etiquette In the New Millennium English 

Masonic Etiquette In the New Millennium

In a few words, Masonic Etiquette is a code of recommended rules and suggestions; however, we have to understand that these rules and suggestions are not laws, such as the Grand Lodges regulations, or Edicts of the Grand Master. It is good to apply Masonic Etiquette in the Masonic life, maybe much more in the profane one, in order to honor the Order, because the Mason, especially outside the Lodge, is the mirror of the Masonic Fraternity.

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Custom Book Restoration and Conservation English 

Custom Book Restoration and Conservation

If you are anything like me, you trawl the web, Ebay, Abebooks, and other sites constantly on the lookout for that rare volume of Masonic writing, or just one more you don’t already own. I’ll say right up front that I despise ebooks as a format for actually reading. Alice owns two versions of Kindles, a Nook, and a Surface, and I never use them.

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Secret Handshakes and Rolled-up Trouser Legs: The Secrets of Freemasonry - Fact and Fiction English 

Secret Handshakes and Rolled-up Trouser Legs: The Secrets of Freemasonry – Fact and Fiction

If you really want the truth behind all the myths and misconceptions about Freemasonry this book is for you. Secret Handshakes and Rolled-up Trouser Legs takes its title from the fact that the few things that most non-Masons are able to say about Freemasonry are that it is a secret society, whose members attend meetings where they wear aprons, identify each other by secret handshakes and roll-up their trouser legs.

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Legends of Our Fathers English Featured 

Legends of Our Fathers

A very important, new book on the subject of the formation of Prince Hall Freemasonry is set to be released next month. Written by Brother John Hairston, Landmarks of our Fathers: The Critical Analysis of the Start and Origin of African Lodge No. 1 explores the surviving documents surrounding the formation of Prince Hall’s African Lodge No. 1 in Massachusetts.

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Whither ‘The Lost Symbol’ Movie?

Since its release in 2009, Freemasons have been especially interested in the highly publicized plan by Sony Pictures to being Dan Brown’s novel, The Lost Symbol, to the big screen. The fraternity is at the heart of Brown’s story that features “symbologist” Robert Langdon, the primary character of his first two colossal hits, Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons.

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