Freemasonry - The Reality

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ISBN: 9780853182757
SKU: L82757
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Its time to forget the Fairy stories, the lies, the propaganda and the wishful thinking. Its time for the Reality! Remove the hoodwink of what you thought you knew about Freemasonry - its aims and origins. This remarkable book is about to bring the picture into focus in a way never before possible. Discover the true story of the world’s most influential brotherhood take a journey through into the mystical past that reveals the true source of Masonic wisdom. Discover the amazing world of the Alchemists, mystics and political visionaries who made the Order what it is today. Discover the secret divine aim at the heart of Freemasonry and see the real meanings in the now completely misinterpreted rituals and symbols of the Craft. Written by academic, historian and Freemason Tobias Churton, this book will allow you to see the Masonic Lodge and brotherhood in a completely new light.

Highlights include.

Freemasonry – The Reality reveals:

• The first known symbolic Freemason

• The first known symbolic Masonic artifact

• The true meaning of Accepted Freemasonry

• The true meaning of the Royal Arch

• The Lost Word of Freemasonry


Freemasonry – The Reality shows:

• The links between Freemasons and Rosicrucians

• How Grand Lodge ‘hijacked’ the older movement

• The real face of global Masonry today


Freemasonry – The Reality explains:

• Where Freemasonry came from

• The links between the Craft and Hermetic/occult philosophy

• The meaning of the three degrees

• The so-called ‘higher degrees’


Freemasonry – The Reality also exposes the fallacies of Knights Templarist Masonic history, and analyses the Craft’s present and future prospects.

For the first time in a single work of balanced judgement and powerful erudition: The Reality that was, is and will be Freemasonry.




















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