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  • The Secrets of Masonic Washington by James Wasserman
    The book provides a well researched walking tour of the Masonic sites and symbols of the city and explores the critical role of Freemasonry in the founding of the United States.

  • Crown of Serpents - A Mystery Thriller by Michael Karpovage
    A novel based on well researched historical facts. The intricate plot cover Indian sovereignty in New York State, the famed Seneca Army Depot and white deer herd, military history of the 1779 Sullivan Campaign, and a true Masonic battlefield incident outside of Genesee.

  • The Formula - A Masonic Thriller by Bert Bijl
    Three men all of them Freemasons, fighters in the Second World war in opposing fronts but members of a Dutch, a German and an English lodge are the holders of an "highly explosive" secret, and an unknown man is found dead in a Masonic Hall...

  • Freemasonry and Fraternalism in Eighteenth-Century Russia
    Sheffield Lectures on The History of Freemasonry and Fraternalism, Vol.2 - 2009. Published by the Centre for Research into Freemasonry and Fraternalism, University of Sheffield, UK.

  • A Guide to Masonic Symbolism
    by Duncan Moore. This book sets out a clear and easy to understand explanation of Masonic symbols primarily for the new Mason and interested general readers, although long serving Masons will find much of interest in this new look at symbols and what they mean.

  • The Genesis of Freemasonry
    by David Harrison. A journey through the intricate history of English Freemasonry.

  • Secret Societies and the Hermetic Code
    by Ernesto Frers. The Rosicrucian, Masonic, and Esoteric Transmission in the Arts. A virtual museum of artistic works that contain occult secrets.

  • So You Want To Be A Freemason?
    by Julian Rees. This book is an essential read for anyone considering becoming a Freemason and anyone who has just joined Freemasonry and is unsure of all of the strict routines and procedures within the Craft.

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