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Nobly Born by Stephen Dafoe
The Poor Fellow Soldiers of Christ and the Templar of Solomon, popularly known as the Knights Templar, was the most famous and infamous of the crusading military orders. Created in the aftermath of the First Crusade, (1096-1099) the Templars were established to ensure the safety of the large numbers of ...Show more
This book draws together a number of different topics covering Masonic conduct, so as to provide a comprehensive guide to Masonic behaviour inside and outside the Lodge. Topics covered include the complexities of the issues inside the lodge of dress, regalia, voting and elections, precedence, seating an ...Show more
Memory Palaces and Masonic Lodges - Esoteric Secrets of the Art of Memory by Charles B. Jameux
Reveals how the art of memory is the origin of the Masonic method - Explains the classical techniques of the art of memory, how they were reworked by hermetic thinkers during the Renaissance, and how they contributed to the transformation of operative Freemasonry into speculative Freemasonry - Traces th ...Show more
The Goat, the Devil and the Freemason by David West
Freemasons are accused of strange practices: that they worship the devil; they use a goat; they seek world domination; they are really the Illuminati. Dr West tells the story of these weird accusations - how they have gained popular if spurious credibility forming a standard list of crimes of which 'peo ...Show more
Good Night Irene - How a Bullied Fat Kid from Melbourne Became a Global Broadcasting Star by Michael Schiavello; Michael White (Foreword by)
Good Night Irene is the entertaining and powerful story of a regular kid from Melbourne who became an award-winning television sports broadcaster, with his unique brand of commentary regularly beamed to millions worldwide. The overweight son of an immigrant factory worker, Michael Schiavello was bullied ...Show more
Nobly Born: An Illustrated History of the Knights Templar by Stephen Dafoe
$45.00 (20% off)
Stephen Dafoe explores the Knights Templar order from its origins through to its dissolution in 1307. Among other topics, he examines its formation in 1118, its rise to papal favour, its organisation and day-to-day life and its preparation for battles.
So You Want to Be a Freemason? by Julian Rees
This is a practical and informative handbook for all those thinking of joining the Freemasons, giving a clear understanding of the principles of the movement and the mechanics of joining and becoming a member.
Kirkwall Scroll by n/a
The Kirkwall Scroll Own your own copy of one of the world’s more important Masonic artefacts. The Kirkwall Scroll, is made of three pieces of hand-painted, strong linen sewn together and throughout. Radiocarbon dated to the early 15th century this treasure has been carefully protected by generations o ...Show more
A complete guide to the Royal Arch Degree and its Symbolism The Royal Arch has been rightly described as the 'root, heart and marrow' of Freemasonry. Moore looks at the Degree from its somewhat obscure origins and possible ancestries, through its growth in the 18th century and the position after the U ...Show more
I Greet You Well by Michael Lawrence
This book contains twelve easy to read lectures packed with all manner of Masonic facts and information. Read at home to establish a good Masonic knowledge base or present to the Lodge on nights when you are without a candidate. Time tested and performed many times by the author, these thought-provoking ...Show more