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    1. Glossary
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    3. Short Talks
    4. Illustrations
    5. Renewal
  5. Capitular Masonry
    1. Glossary
    2. Royal Arch
    3. Red Cross
  6. Cryptic Masonry
    1. Glossary
    2. Royal and Select Masters
    3. Royal Ark Mariners
  7. Chivalric Masonry
    1. Glossary
    2. Knights Templar
    3. York Rite College
  8. Anti Masonry
    1. Glossary
    2. Websites
    3. Books
    4. Religious Positions
  9. The Speaker's Corner



In your Leisure Hours, that you might improve in Masonry...

Dear Brethren and Friends.

Over the years I have collected numerous books, pamphlets, short talks and articles on the topic of Freemasonry. Some I have scanned and converted into various digital formats myself and others I have gathered from the vast resources of the Internet. As I find time, I'm standardizing their format and convert them into the Portable Document Format (PDF) for your enjoyment and study.

A Word of Caution

The range of publications found here goes from the profound to the lighthearted or outright fictitious and covers as many aspects of our Fraternity as I can lay my hands on. However, please bear in mind that NONE should be considered as speaking for the fraternity or that what is said or written is "binding" upon Masons. Each Mason must think for himself, and each is entitled to write whatever he wishes.

Masonry has no dogma. An official position would deny a man his right to think for himself and his right to follow the dictates of his own faith. Each Mason has a right to seek Masonry for what he wants to find. It is his right to believe as he wishes; BUT it is not his right to force that belief on others.

There are only three documents a Mason must abide by; the Ritual, the Constitution of the Grand Body in whose jurisdiction he lives and the by-laws of his Lodge, Chapter, etc. The Rituals embody the whole of Masonic instruction. The latter two contain the Laws, Rules and Regulations necessary for their government as is necessary for all organizations. Everything else is opinion.

There are quite a number of books in my library. To make it easier for you to find what you might be looking for, I have broken the listing down into categories of interest. Please check back every so often; I am adding books as I find the time to format them.

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NS Freemason

The Nova Scotia Freemason is the official bulletin of the Grand Lodge of Nova Scotia.

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KT BeausŤant & Dispatches

The BeausŤant and 'Dispatches' are the official publications of the Sovereign Great Priory of Canada
Of the United and Military Orders of St. John of Jerusalem, Palestine, Rhodes & Malta, And of the Temple




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General Interest

Some of these publications are quite large (<100.000 words) and may take some time to download (especially if you don't have a high-speed connection) - be patient.

Glossary Maybe you just want to look up the meaning of a word from Aaron to Zoroaster. This wiki is fully hyperlinked and easy to use.
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Freemasonry
The Digital Challenge
By Watkins, Ronald J
Some reflections about the challenge to bring 'regular' Freemasonry into the 21st Century - (12 pages)
A Biblical History of King Solomon's Temple A description of the significance of King Solomon's Temple with some interesting pictures.
(Graphics intensive - large file - be patient) - (34 Pages)
From Phoenixmasonry.org
  - A Website well worth visiting
Reading, Writing and Apathy By Bro. Stephen Dafoe
The Rise and Fall of Masonic Education
Bro. Dafoe deplores the decline of Masonic Education and gives the statistics to prove his point. (42 Pages)
By R.A. Gilbert (published in Ars Quatuor Coronatum Volume 116, Review pp.286-7)
A short review pointing out the inaccuracies and distortions of Masonic facts in the book. Well worth reading - to set the record straight! - (2 Pages)
What is a Mason? By Charles H. Tupper
(5 Pages)
The Lost Keys of Freemasonry By Manly P. Hall
The Secret of Hiram Abiff - (40 Pages)
Freemasonry and the Cathedral Builders By H. L. Haywood
(15 Pages)
The Builders By Joseph Fort Newton
A Story and Study of Masonry - (111 Pages)
Morals and Dogma By Albert Pike
The book is composed of Pike's ruminations and essays on the Degrees of the Scottish Rite, from the 1st to the 32nd. It explains Pike's understanding of the symbolism and allegory in the degrees he wrote. There are thirty-two chapters, each discussing the philosophical symbolism of a degree of Freemasonry in extensive detail.
(621 Pages - Illustrated - large file - be patient)
The Meaning of Masonry By Albert Pike
(30 Pages)
The Man Who Would Be King By Rudyard Kipling
Kipling was a Mason. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature In 1907.
The story of "The Man Who Would Be King" has a plot which is based on the degrees of Symbolic Masonry. Its "moral" suggests that no man may use Freemasonry to advance his own personal, selfish ends. It tells the tale of two rogue British ex-soldiers who set off from 19th century British India in search of adventure, and end up as kings of Kafiristan. - (24 Pages)
King Salomon's Temple By Homer Zumwalt
Historical Fact or Fiction?
See also Megiddo – The Solomonic "Chariot City" below - (5 Pages)
Megiddo Edited by Robert H. Meyer
The Solomonic "Chariot City" - (8 Pages - Illustrated)
Inside the Masons Article published in the U.S.World & News Report published August 28, 2005 under the by-line of Jay Tolson - (5 Pages)
Islam and Freemasonry By W.Bro. Shaikh Hatim Fidahussein Nakhoda PM
Research Lodge St. Michael No. 2933, Singapore
(7 Pages)
Conscience and the Craft By Jim Tresner, Ph.D.
Question on Religion and Freemasonry - Expanded Edition
This short article is a collection of answers to the questions and/or objections raised by concerned Christians. - (11 Pages)
The City of the Sun By Thommaso Campanella
A 16th Century Italian Monk describes his utopian view of a 'perfect society' which has some remarkable parallels with Freemasonry.
See also Zeldis Leůn - Campanella's 'City of the Sun' - (26 Pages)
Freemasonry at the Sieges of Louisbourg 1745 and 1758 The Canadian Masonic Research Association - by M. W. Bro. Reginald V. Harris, P.G.M. Nova Scotia
There has to-date been no evidence that there were French Freemasons in Louisbourg, but ample records exist of the activities of the members of the English and New England Lodges.
The Meaning of Masonry
Walter Leslie Wilmshurst (1867-1939)
Wilmshurst was a mystic with a practical knowledge and profound understanding of the religions of the world. The Meaning of Masonry discloses the real purpose of modern Freemasonry and clearly states the true body of teaching and practice concerning the esoteric meanings of Masonic ritual. - (91 Pages)

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Craft Masonry

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All files are in the PDF format and you will need to have a PDF File-Reader installed on your computer to view them. If you don't have a Reader, you can download one for free from FoxIt or Acrobat.

Some of these publications are quite large (<100.000 words) and may take some time to download (especially if you don't have a high-speed connection) - be patient.


Glossary


Glossary Maybe you just want to look up the meaning of a word from Aaron to Zoroaster. This wiki is fully hyperlinked and easy to use.

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Books

Whither Are We Traveling? By Dwight L. Smith
In the early 1960s, Dwight Smith, Past Grand Master and, at that time, Grand Secretary of the Grand Lodge of Indiana, wrote a series of articles for the Indiana Freemason magazine that eventually were collected and published. His questions and observations are as valid today as when he wrote them, perhaps more so, given the current atmosphere within Freemasonry concerning declining membership numbers. - (35 Pages)
Laudable Pursuit By the Knights of the North
Those of you who have been around for some time will no doubt recognize many of the problems that are raised here. On the other hand, some of you may not agree with them. At any rate, I think there is a lot of fodder for meaningful debate here. - (38 Pages)
The Square And Compasses - Volume 1 By Don Falconer
(103 Pages)
The Square And Compasses - Volume 2 By Don Falconer
(220 Pages)
Introduction Entered Apprentice By Carl H. Claudy
An Introduction to Freemasonry - Entered Apprentice - (46 Pages)
Introduction Fellowcraft By Carl H. Claudy
An Introduction to Freemasonry - Fellowcraft - (41 Pages)
Introduction Master Mason By Carl H. Claudy
An Introduction to Freemasonry - Master Mason - (36 Pages)
The Master’s Book By Carl H. Claudy
(50 Pages)
The Ceremony of Initiation By Walter Leslie Wilmshurst
(31 Pages)
The Degrees of Masonry By Bros. A. L. Kess and R. J. Meekren
Their Origin and History - (174 Pages)

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Short Talks


Dermott's Ahiman Rezon
By W.Bro. Yasha Beresiner
Some Judaic Aspects of Freemasonry - (10 Pages)
The Fellowcraft Degree By Unknown Author
(9 Pages)
The First Degree By Meredith Sanderson
An Examination of the Masonic Ritual - (21 Pages)
The Pillar Beauty By J Scott Kenney
(7 Pages)
What is a Mason By Charles H. Tupper
A short introduction to the spiritual as well as social aspects of Masonry. - (4 Pages)
Why Masonry Must Teach By Symbols By E. R. Lane
(3 Pages)
The Level and the Plumb By Unknown Author
A short presentation on the meaning and objectives of the Fellow Craft Degree. - (5 Pages)

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Illustrations


Illustrations of Masonry
By William Preston
The origins of the "Illustrations" lay in a 1772 lecture by Preston analyzing the symbolism and moral significance of the initiation ceremony and the first degree. The book was a bestseller, and, as it passed through successive editions, Preston developed his vindication of Freemasonry into a powerful piece of writing which has profoundly influenced the character of Freemasonry up to the present day. Preston describes various Masonic ceremonies, and also provides a history of Freemasonry which remains an indispensable source for English Masonic history. - (248 Pages)
Illustrations of Masonry By William Morgan
The (threatened) publication of this book and the alleged murder of its author was the trigger of the The Anti-Masonic Movement in the USA. See also The Morgan Affair
(88 Pages – Illustrated)
Masonic Handshakes By Malcom C Duncan
(14 Pages - Illustrated)


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Renewal

The shrinking membership numbers and the ageing of the Craft has given rise to much speculation as to the best solution for stemming the losses and giving the Craft its proper place in the society of the 21st Century. The following are essays and articles published in English-speaking jurisdictions around the world.


Some Disturbing Reminders
By William Neil Love, PGM, GL of Alberta (1981)
From The Era Of The Great Schism
Brother Love draws parallels with the period in the 17-hundreds referred to by Masons as "The Great Schism." A hard-hitting, and at times controversial, look at 'Innovations' then and now. - (17 Pages)
My Ideal Lodge By Leůn Zeldis, Asst. GM, GL of Israel (2002)
Bro Zeldis is a prolific writer with vast experience of Masonry in many lands. In this paper read at the Benjamin French Lodge #15, Washington, he makes some common-sense suggestions including his views of women in Freemasonry at the end. - (5 Pages)
Campanella's 'City of the Sun' By Leůn Zeldis, Asst. GM, GL of Israel
An account of this 16th Century Italian Monk's life and his most renowned work, highlighting the remarkable parallels with modern Masonic philosophy. - (6 Pages)

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Capitular Masonry

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Some of these publications are quite large (<100.000 words) and may take some time to download (especially if you don't have a high-speed connection) - be patient.

Glossary

Glossary Maybe you just want to look up the meaning of a word from Aaron to Zoroaster. This wiki is fully hyperlinked and easy to use.

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Royal Arch

Royal Arch History 1 By Albert G. Mackay
Lecture 1 - The Destruction of the Temple - (5 Pages)
Royal Arch History 2 By Albert G. Mackay
Lecture 2 - The Captivity at Babylon - (5 Pages)
Royal Arch History 3 By Albert G. Mackay
Lecture 3 - The Return to Jerusalem - (4 Pages)

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Red Cross


No books available yet.

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Cryptic Masonry

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Some of these publications are quite large (<100.000 words) and may take some time to download (especially if you don't have a high-speed connection) - be patient.


Glossary

Glossary Maybe you just want to look up the meaning of a word from Aaron to Zoroaster. This wiki is fully hyperlinked and easy to use.

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Royal and Select Masters


No books available yet.

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Royal Ark Mariners


No books available yet.

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Chivalric Masonry

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Some of these publications are quite large (<100.000 words) and may take some time to download (especially if you don't have a high-speed connection) - be patient.


Glossary

Glossary Maybe you just want to look up the meaning of a word from Aaron to Zoroaster. This wiki is fully hyperlinked and easy to use.

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Knights Templar

The Templars and the Turin ShroudBy Malcolm Barber
Published by: The Catholic Historical Review, Vol. 68, No. 2 (Apr., 1982), pp. 206-225
The disappearance of the relic known as the Turin Shroud between 1204 and April, 1389, has been the the subject of a recent investigation by Ian Wilson. Barber tries to relate the shroud to testimony given by Templars during the Inquisition. 

Born in Blood - Review

By Russel T. Johnson
Book by John J. Robinson.
This, at times irreverent, review was written by Russel T. Johnson, a non-Mason and makes a good read.
Unfortunately I don't have the book available for this library, but this review should be enough to get you out and buy a copy of the 'real' thing. - (13 Pages)

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York Rite College


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Anti Masonry

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All files are in the PDF format and you will need to have a PDF File-Reader installed on your computer to view them. If you don't have a Reader, you can download one for free from FoxIt or Acrobat.

Some of these publications are quite large (<100.000 words) and may take some time to download (especially if you don't have a high-speed connection) - be patient.


Glossary

Glossary Maybe you just want to look up the meaning of a word from Aaron to Zoroaster. This wiki is fully hyperlinked and easy to use.

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Websites

Anti-Masons make their arguments wherever they can garner attention. "Cyberspace" is the new frontier for their endeavours. Beware!

Masonicinfo
For an exhaustive report on all sorts of Anti-Masonic Activity and its perpetrators, please visit this excellent website. Living in a relatively sheltered part of the Masonic World, it may come as a surprise just how vitriolic some of the detractors or impostors comment about our noble fraternity - don't let it discourage you.

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Books


Anti-Masonry in the Contemporary World
By Bruno Gazzo
Integralisms, Business and Media - May 22, 2004
Bro. Gazzo reviews (and answers) anti-Masonic stances taken by religious, political and business interests. - (15 Pages)
About the Protocols of the Elders of Zion By Leon Zeldis, Asst. GM, GL of Israel
The Protocols of the Elders of Zion is probably the most notorious hoax to stir both anti-Semitic and anti-Masonic propaganda. Bro. Zeldis traces the origin of the document. - (4 Pages)
The Anti-Masonic Movement By Emery B. Gibbs, P.D.G.M., Massachusetts
Describes the Anti-Masonic Movement in the USA (1826 to ~1845) which had at its core the alleged murder of William Morgan (author of Illustrations of Masonry) and the formation of the Anti-Masonic Party. - (16 Pages)
The Morgan Affair By Rt.Ex. William R. Zufall
Much has been written about the alleged murder of William Morgan from inside and outside the Fraternity. After almost 200 years it is still an unsolved issue. - (5 Pages)

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Religious Positions

Conscience and the Craft
By Jim Tresner, Ph.D.
Question on Religion and Freemasonry - Expanded Edition
This short article is certainly not anti-Masonic, but primarily a collection of answers to the questions and/or objections raised by concerned Christians. - (11 Pages)

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The Speaker's Corner

Masonic Gleanings

This section of the Library is intended for the Mason seeking a starting-point for a presentation he is preparing.

Below are more than 300 topics to peruse. Most of them are between 2000 and 3000 words and may give you a good starting point.

Notice: Most of this material comes from Jurisdictions where the Constitution and/or the authorized Ritual may be different from your own. Before using any material posted here (or found on any other Masonic Website), please check at least three important aspects of your presentation:
  1. Does quoted Ritual text correspond to the authorized version in your jurisdiction?
  2. Do quoted Rules, Laws, Regulations, or Edicts correspond to those of your Grand Lodge?
  3. When quoting statistics, please be aware that some of the articles are quite old and the values given may not be relevant today. Please mention the date of your source material or update with current values. I have noted the original date of the publicatioins at the end of each file where that date was known to me.
Please also note: Texts originating in the USA usually refer to the 'Blue Lodge' – in the Jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Nova Scotia, the proper designation is 'Craft Lodge'.

Of course, the Internet has a treasure-trove of useful (and useless) information. Here are three reliable sources well worth your time and perusal:

The Website of the Grand lodge of British Columbia and Yukon has Canada's premier selection of Masonic articles. This Website has been designed to answer just about any question you may have about Freemasonry.
Particularly check out the Index of Research Papers.

The Kena Shriners (Hiram's Oasis) Website is, with over 90000 text and graphics files, most likely the Worlds Largest collection of Masonic files anywhere on the Internet!

The Masonic Service Association of North America has been publishing 'Short Talk Bulletins' since 1923. Order Forms for Subscriptions to the Short Talk Bulletin (monthly issues) as well as orders for earlier issues can be downloaded from their website.

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75th Anniversary Shriners Hospitals - Unknown

A Focus On Freemasonry - Herbert A. Ronin

A Foundation Stone - Unknown

A Lodge In Captivity - John Patience

A Master’s Wages – Unknown

A matter of Lodge Leadership - Unknown

A Member Of The Family - Thomas R. Dougherty

A New Delight - Unknown

A Plea For Understanding - Unknown

A Prophecy From The Past - Edward F. Carter

A Response To Critics Of Freemasonry - Unknown

A Study of the Winding Staircase - Homer L. Zumwalt

A Surrender Of Values - Unknown

A World Of Priorities - Bernes B. Brooks

About the Order of Royal and Select Masters - Unknown

Ahiman Rezon - Unknown

Alas, My Brother - Ray W Burgess

Albert Pike - Unknown

Albert Pike And Lucifer - S. Brent Morris

Albert Pike – The Man Not The Myth - Rex R. Hutchens

Albert Pike; Man of Fire - James H. Tresner

Altar - Unknown

Amos, What Seest Thou - Ray W. Burgess

An Erring Brother - Unknown

Ancient Symbolic Penalties - K.W. Aldridge

Ancient York Masons - Unknown

And Give Them Proper Instruction - Alphonse Cerza

And The Greatest Of These Is Charity - S. Brent Morris

As Others See Us - Harry Carr

Ashlars; Rough, Smooth - Unknown

Attracting Masonic Leaders - Unknown

Auld Lang Syne - T. G. Paterson

Baphomet Revisited - Thomas E. Weir

Benjamin Franklin, Freemason - Unknown

Book Of Constitutions Guarded By The Tiler's Sword - Unknown

Brother Bring a Friend Night - Richard C. Friedman

Buffalo Bill Cody - Ernest J. Goppert

By Precept and Example - Frederick H. Luuder

Charity - Unknown

Children And Drugs - Lawrence J. Chisholm

Civic Responsibility Of Individual Lodges - Marvin L. Anderson

Clandestine - Unknown

Color Symbolism in Freemasonry - Leon Zeldis

Communication - Unknown

Corn, Wine And Oil - Unknown

Cornerstones; Simple to Sublime - S. Brent Morris

Cradle And The Lodge - Unknown

Crystal Gazing - Robert A. Hinshaw

Dare To Be Different - Jordan S. Levitan

Daylight Masonry An Old Idea Renewed - Coe Tug Morgan

Dear Son - Unknown

Diligent Inquiry - Unknown

Due Form – Unknown

Early Masonry In England - C.N. Batham

Ego - Stewart Pollard

Ellis Island - Dennis Hearn

Every Brother His Own Tiler – Unknown

Extremism Versus Freedom - James Bernard Wilkinson

Faith, Progress and Reward – Unknown

Fire - Elmer F. Stein

Five Masonic Thoughts - William A. Carpenter

Five Points – Unknown

Footmarks Across Our Border - Walter C. McDonald

For The Good Of The Order - Unknown

Foreign Countries – Carl H. Claudy

Foundations Of Masonic Law - Unknown

Fourth of July - Unknown

Free And Accepted - Unknown

Freedom Of Faith - Unknown

Freemasonry And Democracy - Allen E. Roberts

Freemasonry and Religion are Compatible - Forrest D. Haggard

Freemasonry And Scouting - W.A. Bainbridge

Freemasonry During Wartime - Richard E. Shields, Jr.

Freemasonry From Craft To Tolerance - M.B.S. Higham

Freemasonry In The Canal Zone - R. W. Howard W. Osborn

Freemasonry in the Evolution of Democracy in Canada - Wallace McLeod

Freemasonry ~ The Sleeping Giant - A. Kidwell

Freemasonry's Future - Allan D. Wakeham

Freemasonry, Defender of Personal Conscience - John W. Boettjer

Freemasonry, Youth and You – C. C. Faulkner, Jr.

Freemasonry’s Answer To Job - Unknown

Freemasons At Yorktown - James R. Case

Friend to Friend Masonic Memorial - Edward A. Fowler

From Left To Right - Unknown

From Whence Came We – Unknown

Fundamentalism And Freemasonry - Gary Leazer

Fundamentalist Fury - John J. Robinson

G - Unknown

Gifts Of The Magi - Unknown

Good Kids, Hurt Kids, Bad Kids - Maurice B. Cohill, Jr.

Good Masonic Books - Alphonse Cerza

Grand Master’s Powers - Unknown

Guardians Of The Gate - Unknown

Highest Hills Or Lowest Vales - Keith Arrington

Hiram Abif - Unknown

Honors From The Craft – Unknown

Hour Glass And Scythe - Unknown

House Reunited - Allen E. Roberts

How Do Non-Masons And Masons View Freemasonry - Robert Singer

Humor and the Masonic Speaker - T. G. Paterson

Ideas And Leadership - Allen E. Roberts

Inasmuch and Furthermore - Walter H. Brown

Increasing Lodge Attendance – Unknown

Individualism And Involvement - William S. Broomfield

Inn Of Year's End - Unknown

Insurance For The Lodge - Dwight E. Levick

Involvement Is Essential - F. Lamar Pearson

Jeremy Ladd Cross - James R. Case

Joel Roberts Poinsett - Edward N. Thompson

John Philip Sousa - Paul E. Bierley

Joseph Fort Newton - Allen E. Roberts

Jurisdictional Contrasts – Unknown

King Solomon's Quarries - Leon Zeldis

Ladies At The Table - William Richards

Lafayette – Unknown

Language of the Heart – Carl H. Claudy

Leadership Is Expected And Respected - Unknown

Lesser Lights - Unknown

Let's Communicate Freemasonry - Robert C. Singer

Letter Perfect - Unknown

Lewis And Clark - A. George Mallis

Lewis And Louveteau – Unknown

Living A Role - Robert G. Hardy

Lodge and Grand Lodge Organization – Unknown

Lodge Courtesies - Unknown

Lodge History - Unknown

Love - Alphonse Cerza

Mason's Flag - Unknown

Masonic Blue – Unknown

Masonic Charity - J. M. Hamill

Masonic Education - Unknown

Masonic Education for Sojourning Masons - Raymond H. Bachman

Masonic Encyclopedias - Allen E. Roberts

Masonic Etiquette - J. Kirk Nicholson

Masonic Expectations - S. Eugene Herritt

Masonic Geometry - Unknown

Masonic Leadership - E. Doyle Freeman

Masonic Maturity - Unknown

Masonic Opportunities - Unknown

Masonic Philosophy - Joseph Fort Newton

Masonic Postcards - Ralph B. Duncan

Masonic Public Relations - Unknown

Masonic Relief, Charity And You - Unknown

Masonic Sites in Historic Philadelphia - Unknown

Masonic Writing How To - Unknown

Masonry and Publicity – Unknown

Masonry And Religion - Unknown

Masonry And The Statue Of Liberty - Robert C. Singer

Masonry in Business - Unknown

Masonry In The Great Light - Unknown

Masonry's Plan - James C. Callahan

Masons Care About Children - Carl W. Stenberg

Masons Knights Of Charity - Chesler R. MacPhee

Master's Piece - Unknown

Mathematics - Unknown

Meeting A Young Man's Needs - E. Gene Ross

Men Who Build Bridges - Richard D. Campbell

Mentoring Program - David R. Flight

Midnight Revelation - Harry M. Lehrbach

Moderns and Antients - Unknown

Mother Lodge - Unknown

Motivating The Mason As A Private Citizen - Duncan C. Howard

Motivation Of Lodge Members - Ronald A. Brinkman

Mozart - Fred W. Mindermann

Mummies - Unknown

My Lodge Needs Me - Robert C. Hyland

National Sojourners - Unknown

Now Is The Hour - Charles R. Glassmire

Old Legends Of Hiram Abif - Unknown

Old Romance - Unknown

On Senate Confirmation Of Men And Masons - David B. Sentelle

Our Masonic Responsibilities - H. Dwight McAlister

Our Most Valuable Asset is Friendship - Alphonse Cerza

Our Relations with The Knights of Columbus - Unknown

Our Special Ladies - Edwin V. George

Our Trust Is In God - Unknown

Parable Of The Cherry Tree - Robert A. Hockslad

Passages Of Jordan - Unknown

Peaks And Valleys - Unknown

Point Within A Circle - Unknown

Pot Of Incense - Unknown

Power And The Glory - Unknown

Prayer – Your Sect or Mine – Neither - Morris I Budkofsky

Preserving Our Heritage - Ralph B. Duncan

Programming Potpourri - Unknown

Public Schools - Unknown

Reach Out and Touch Someone - Charles M. Menge

Ritual Differences - Unknown

Ritual In Freemasonry - Kenneth Aldridge

Robert Burns - Unknown

Rough And Perfect - Unknown

Rule and Guide - Geoffrey M. Davies

Rusty Nail Degree - Unknown

Sages, Seers And Spooks - Stewart W. Miner

Secrecy - Unknown

Secrecy In Symbolism - James M. Desmond

Selecting a Line Officer - Charles S. Anthony

Seminar Techniques That Work - Robert Letwin

Serious Accusations - W. Raymond E. Petersen

Sherlock Holmes And Freemasonry - Robert T. Runciman

Sins of Our Masonic Fathers - J. A. Hamill

So Mote It Be - Unknown

Solicitation Rule - Alphonse Cerza

Some Masonic Misconceptions - Allen E. Roberts

Some Misconceptions About Freemasonry - Unknown

Some Ritual Origins - Wallace McLeod

Spirit Of Masonry - Unknown

Sprig Of Acacia - Unknown

Standard Of Masonic Conduct - Unknown

Stemming The Flow - E. R. Minchew

Stones Of Evil - John W. Boettjer

Sts. John’ Days - Unknown

Sublime - Unknown

Sun, Moon And Stars - Unknown

Surprised By Joy - Walter M. Macdougall

Symbolism - Unknown

Tadasu Hayashi - James L. Johnston

Take Me As I Take You - Harold Grainger

Tell The World - Unknown

That Ancient Square - Unknown

The 47th Problem - Unknown

The All-Seeing Eye - Unknown

The Antiquity Of Geometry - Unknown

The Apron - Unknown

The Benefits of Masonic Membership - Alphonse Cerza

The Black Cube – Unknown

The Blessings Of Liberty - George W. Baldwin

The Blue Blanket - Ian P. Watson

The Boston Tea Party - Edward M. Cair

The Cable-Tow - Unknown

The Candidate - Unknown

The Challenges Of Past Masters - Stewart M. L. Pollard

The Compasses - Unknown

The Convention That Changed The Face Of Freemasonry - Allen E. Roberts

The Evolution of the Cornerstone Ceremony - S. Brent Morris

The Five Noble Orders Of Architecture - Perce J. George

The Gavel Of Authority - Unknown

The Great Kanto Earthquake - James L. Johnston

The Guns Of 75 - Unknown

The Handicapped Brother - Kenneth H. Sternkopf

The Hiramic Legend - George S. Draffen

The Holy Bible - Unknown

The Importance Of The Legend Of Hiram Abif - Conrad Hahn

The Investigating Committee - Zelwin H. Eaton

The Invisible Lodge - Walter J. Harmon

The Irish Connection - Michael W. Walker

The Lambskin Apron - Unknown

The Laws of Masonry – Unknown

The Legend of the Lost Word – Unknown

The Letter “G” - Unknown

The Level & Plumb - Unknown

The Lodge - Unknown

The Lodge Historian - W. C. Wylie, Jr.

The Lodge of Journeymen Masons - Jan P. Watson

The Mason as a Citizen – Unknown

The Mason In Your Home - Unknown

The Mason's Mark - Wallace M. Gage

The Masonic Ritual - Aubrey L. Burbank

The Masonic Service Association - Unknown

The Masonic Speaker - Unknown

The Masonic World - Unknown

The Master As Manager - Donald G. Grabar

The Masterkey - Lawrence C. Helms

The Media Mogul - John J. Robinson

The Menagerie Of Masonry – Unknown

The Moon In Masonic History - James P.W. Goss

The Morgan Affair - Unknown

The Mother Grand Lodge – Unknown

The Mystic Tie - Unknown

The Origins of Freemasonry - Alphonse Cerza

The Past Master - Unknown

The Perfect Cubit … Masonic Legend Or Fable - Lloyd U. Jefferson

The Petitioner Knocks - Unknown

The Philalethes Society – Allen E. Roberts

The Recommender - Lowell C. Jensen

The Regular Freemason - Michel L. Brodsky

The Relationship Between Lodges and Grand Lodge - A.W. Wood

The Sea Devil - W. Bro. William A. Moore

The Secrets of Freemasonry - Eugene L. Goldman

The Summons – Unknown

The Symbolism Of Stone - Leon Zeldis

The Three Scripture Readings - Unknown

The Value Of Masonic Libraries - Michael S. Kaulback

The Visiting Brother - Unknown

The Widow And The Craft - John T. Freeman

The Winding Stairs - Unknown

They Lied on Their Knees - William A. Carpenter

Three Challenges - Unknown

Three Grand Columns - Unknown

Three Principal Rounds - Unknown

Thy Neighbor’s Landmark - Unknown

To Give Is To Receive - C. Fred Kleinknecht

Travel In Foreign Countries - Morris I. Budkofsky

Trestle-Board And Tracing-Board - Unknown

Truth - Unknown

Tylers Operative And Speculative - P. J. Adrian

Unaffiliated – Unknown

Universal Challenges - Jurgen Holtrof

Universality - Unknown

Visitation Right - Unknown

Visual Aids In Masonic Education - Unknown

Walkabout - Edward Peters

Washington Masonic School Awards Programs - Sidney Kase

We now hold the Brother… - Richard C. Friedman

What Do You Know About Masonry - Unknown

What I Learned in Freemasonry - Unknown

What's Your Line - Unknown

Whatever Happened to the Written Word - Thomas C. Warden

Where Parallel Lines Intersect - Jan L. Beaderstadt

Where Was Lafayette Made A Mason - Unknown

Who Leads The Leader - Alden H. Jones

Why Ethiopia - Unknown

Why Freemasonry Has Enemies - Unknown

Why I Became A Mason - Stewart M. L. Pollard

Women Freemasons – Unknown

Work, Work, Work - Alphonse Cerza


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