Fully illustrated. Chapters include: The Lodge; The Fittings Of The Lodge; Preliminary Ceremonies; The Opening Of The Lodge; Initiation; The Second Degree; The Third Degree; The Higher Degrees; Two Wonderful Rituals; and, Closing The Lodge.
Contents: Schools of Masonic Thought; The Egyptian Mysteries; The Cretan Mysteries; The Jewish Mysteries; The Greek Mysteries; The Mithraic Mysteries; Craft Masonry in Medieval Times; Operative Masonry in the Middle Ages; The Transition from Operative to Speculative; Other Lines of Masonic Tradition; The Scottish Rite; and, The Co-Masonic Order.
Originally published in 1919, this is a short book which states that the Native Americans have a form of Freemasonry amongst them.
Known Hitherto Under The Names Of The 'Rite Of Perfection' - The 'Rite Of Heredom' - The 'Ancient Scottish Rite' - The 'Rite Of Kilwinning' - And Last, As The 'Scottish Rite, Ancient And Accepted.' A Full And Complete History, With An Appendix, Containing Numerous Authentic Documents, Relating To The Origin, Progress And Establishment Of The Rite.
Fully illustrated, The Arcana Of Freemasonry is about the history and symbolism of Freemasonry. Chapter subjects include, the Origin of Freemasonry, The Divine Name, Explanations of Some Masonic Signs and Symbols, and Egyptology and Masonry.
In this extensive work, John Yarker attempts to trace the history of Masonry and Masonic rites through history, proving its legitimacy through seniority and the power of tradition. Yarker establishes the roots of Masonry in a race he calls the Aryans, a catchall phrase to describe an unknown race of conquerors who developed the early human arts, such as stoneworking, metalworking, and agriculture. Yarker then explains how that civili...
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