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❮PDF / Epub❯ ✅ The Masonic Myth ❤ Author Jay Kinney – Smrl.me The Truth RevealedFreemasons have been connected to the all seeing eye on the dollar bill the French Revolution the Knights Templar and the pyramids of Egypt They have been rud to be everything from aPDF / Epub The Masonic Myth Author Jay Kinney Smrl.me The Truth RevealedFreemasons have been connected to the all seeing eye on the dollar bill the French Revolution the Knights Templar and the pyramids of Egypt They have been rud to be everything from a The Truth RevealedFreemasons have b.

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10 thoughts on “The Masonic Myth

  1. Phil Phil says:

    The Masonic Myth PDF/EPUB Õ The Masonic Kindle - masonic free, myth mobile, The Masonic epub, The Masonic Myth MOBIIf you're a mason this is the book to give your friends who ask you what freemasonry is Well informed and written with sufficient detachment to inspire confidence the tone is neither reverential nor apologetic and makes needed criticism of the institution where it's deservedFamiliar anti masonic claims are debunked efficiently placing their origins in historical context


  2. Stephen Stephen says:

    The Masonic Myth PDF/EPUB Õ The Masonic Kindle - masonic free, myth mobile, The Masonic epub, The Masonic Myth MOBII come from a long line of Masons Master Masons Knights Templar Scottish Rite and the Shrine but never entered the Craft myself My curiosity about the Masonic Order late in life was prompted by


  3. Caroline Caroline says:

    The Masonic Myth PDF/EPUB Õ The Masonic Kindle - masonic free, myth mobile, The Masonic epub, The Masonic Myth MOBII had high hopes for this book and as a woman who participated for many years in one of the Masonic youth groups Job's Daughters I had enough familiarity that I was hoping to get into some interesting details It was tough to get through some parts that felt longdragging too much detail in some areas and not enough in others Many myths were discussed without adeuately disproving them though I know they are not true A interesting and lively narrative could have made this flow much smoothly


  4. Jeff Wombold Jeff Wombold says:

    The Masonic Myth PDF/EPUB Õ The Masonic Kindle - masonic free, myth mobile, The Masonic epub, The Masonic Myth MOBIMasonsThe book was interesting enough but it did get a little boring in parts I was surprised that since the Jobs Daughter's were mentioned the Order of DeMolay was not


  5. Elizabeth A.G. Elizabeth A.G. says:

    The Masonic Myth PDF/EPUB Õ The Masonic Kindle - masonic free, myth mobile, The Masonic epub, The Masonic Myth MOBIGenerally an interesting history of the Masons and the author's reasoned defense of Masonry is supported evenhandedly in presenting the pros and cons on issues discussed The reading gets a bit bogged down in the descri


  6. Tyler Anderson Tyler Anderson says:

    The Masonic Myth PDF/EPUB Õ The Masonic Kindle - masonic free, myth mobile, The Masonic epub, The Masonic Myth MOBII think I enjoyed the second two thirds of this book a lot than the first third Kinney falls suarely in the Masonry developed from operative Stonemasons camp which I always find frustrating for its facility and lack of considerations He dismisses Robinson and other alternative historians but doesn't really give ANY basis for that offers no particular scholarship to underpin his position He chooses not to underpin the received position with any of the research that has been done instead merely tossing off his point of view when in fact


  7. Larry Larry says:

    The Masonic Myth PDF/EPUB Õ The Masonic Kindle - masonic free, myth mobile, The Masonic epub, The Masonic Myth MOBISince the founding of the premier grand lodge in 1717 London books pamphlets exposures and articles have been written about the Freemasons They have been vilified and praised and wherever a conspiracy theory is born there's a Freemason in it somewhere A whole cottage industry of alternate history began with the publication ofHOLY BLOOD HOLY GRAIL in the 1980s and continues today with Dan Brown's popular novels br


  8. Steven Steven says:

    The Masonic Myth PDF/EPUB Õ The Masonic Kindle - masonic free, myth mobile, The Masonic epub, The Masonic Myth MOBIWritten by an expert in essotoric religions this book basicaly says that the Masonic Myth is that there are secrets When they are no real secrets and no conspiracies But then the author is a Mason so maybe that's what the Masons want you to think slightly serious this is probably one of the best and easiest to read books on Masonic history and traditions Just don't expect to learn all the mysteries of the world


  9. Bridget Bridget says:

    The Masonic Myth PDF/EPUB Õ The Masonic Kindle - masonic free, myth mobile, The Masonic epub, The Masonic Myth MOBIWe've all heard about secret societies and their rituals THE MASONIC MYTH takes you on a journey that allows you to understand the Freemasons Find out the reasons behind certain symbols and rituals that have been concealed for hundreds of yearsI'm always up for a good conspiracy theory or secret society book so when I was given the option to review this book I just had to get my han


  10. Hans Hans says:

    The Masonic Myth PDF/EPUB Õ The Masonic Kindle - masonic free, myth mobile, The Masonic epub, The Masonic Myth MOBIHad some good ideas about the psychology and importance of rites of passage and initiations and how Freemasonry is one of the only groups that still does them He also believes the future of freemasonry might be smaller and concentrated groups of masons that care about the philosophical and esoterical side of masonry He does touch on the history of masonry but nothing I haven't heard or read before


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