New PDF release: Handbook of Freemasonry
By Henrik Bogdan
Freemasonry is the biggest, oldest, and so much influential mystery society on the planet. The Brill instruction manual of Freemasonry is a pioneering paintings that brings jointly, for the 1st time, best students on Freemasonry. the 1st part covers ancient views, resembling the origins and early heritage of Freemasonry. the second one bargains with the connection among Freemasonry and particular spiritual traditions reminiscent of the Catholic Church, Judaism, and Islam. within the 3rd part, organisational topics, reminiscent of using rituals, are explored, whereas the fourth part bargains with concerns relating to society and politics - girls, blacks, colonialism, nationalism, and battle. The 5th and ultimate part is dedicated to Freemasonry and tradition, together with tune, literature, smooth artwork, structure and fabric tradition.
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In 1646 Elias Ashmole wrote in his so called diary: “I was made a Free Mason at Warrington in Lancashire, with Col. Henry Mainwaring of Karincham in Cheshire. The names of those that were then at the Lodge, Mr. Rich. Penket Warden, Mr. James Collier, Mr. …I was the Senior Fellow among them (it being 35 years since I was admitted)…” All the members 2 See also Stevenson, “The Origins of Freemasonry: Scotland,” in this volume. 3 The Development of Freemasonry in England In 1666 London was devastated by the Great Fire.
1738. The New Book of Constitutions of the Antient and Honourable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons. London. Bernheim, A. [pseud. Henri Amblaine]. 1993. ” Ars Quatuor Coronatorum. 106, 141–153. ——. 1998. ” Acta Macionica. 8, 67–97. 22 23 See Snoek, “Relations Between Grand Lodges,” and Révauger, “Freemasonry and Blacks,” both in this volume. See Snoek, “Freemasonry and Women,” in this volume. The History Of Freemasonry 31 Bouman, M. 1993. De Uitvaert van het Vryje Metzelaersgilde; Een anti-maçonnieke klucht uit 1735.
Handbook of Freemasonry by Henrik Bogdan