Essays and short discussions on esoteric freemasonry and the symbolism thereof.
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A Masonic essay providing introductory information about traditional and regular freemasonry as it exists throughout the world and as practiced in Belgium.
Corinne McLaughlin and Gordon Davidson present evidence of the spiritual and mystic awareness of the American Founders.
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Consisting of masonic tales, songs, and sketches published in 1852. Entire book published as scanned images through the "Making of America" archive.
Masonic essay discussing the association between secrecy and freemasonry.
An essay by Norman Williams Crabbe that describes the basic structure of Freemasonry and its esoteric characteristics.
Presenting the symbols, allegories and myth of Speculative Freemasonry in a radical and refreshing way, borrowing certain concepts and practices from Zen, including koans and meditation.
Excerpt from 1861 work which draws parallels between Masonic rites and Druidic rituals and customs.