About Lewis Masonic

Lewis Masonic is a long established firm, founded in 1886, specializing in the publication of Masonic texts. Then called A Lewis, the focus of the company was exclusively on ritual books from Masonic Craft degrees through to the Masonic side orders.

In 1973, A Lewis became part of Ian Allan Publishing and the name was changed from 'A Lewis' to 'Lewis Masonic'. Nowadays, ritual books are still kept a priority at Lewis Masonic but the company's focus has expanded to cover all areas of Masonic publishing.


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Author Spotlight:  Martin Faulks

Born 1977 in Norwich, England, Martin Faulks is known internationally as a Meditation Master, Adventurer and Spiritual Warrior.

Dubbed the Norfolk Ninja or the Ninja of Norwich by the press Martin Faulks is Great Britain's most high profile and controversial martial arts author. Indeed his demonstrations of mind over matter using the power of meditation brought him to the attention of the international press and have highlighted the potential of ancient mind sciences for healing, health, spirituality and self-development.

For Martin, martial arts are a path of enlightenment, discipline and self control. Their purpose being to develop the will, cultivate the body and to enable the individual to protect themselves and others.

He has a black belt in Japanese Ninjutsu (Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu) and the Korean martial art, Kuk Sool Won and is proficient in the spiritual disciplines of China, including Tai Chi, meditation, Qi Gong and the legendary form of Yi Jin Jing.

He is a four time national martial arts champion and a regional fencing champion.

Martin has traveled extensively and trained with some of the world's most skilled martial arts masters, including such famous masters as Bo ou Mander, Grand Master Masaaki Hatsumi, Noguchi Sensei, Stephen K Hayes and Michael Pearce. He has also spent time in the mountains with the Yamabushi monks of Japan.

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The Sign of a Mason
By Martin Faulks