Freemasonry Decoded - Rebuilding the Royal Arch

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 Secrets and mysteries veiled in allegory - an ancient code - a means of cunning deception that hides one thing behind something else.

 In Masonry things are not always what they appear to be!

 The key to understanding the secrets of Freemasonry lies in a mysterious ritual known as the Royal Arch, believed to have existed for 300 years - at least.

 Masonic regalia, plain and decorative, contain allegories that reveal the works of ancient philosophers, or record momentous events in British history.

Decoding the allegory of the Royal Arch Legend reveals the story of a momentous

discovery in an ancient monastery at the heart of Europe in the 15th century, a

revelation that changed the world. Images displayed in the Chapter room

allegorically link to the historic Irish manuscript known as The Book of Kells, and

furnishings that reveal the solving of an age-old problem by Sir Isaac Newton.


  • Why has the prestigious role of the Master of the Lodge been virtually side-lined? It is not a degree or part of a degree.


  • Who were the two men, their memory overshadowed by others of title and ancestral

position, that 200 years ago had a significant influence on modern Freemasonry?


  • Why does the apprentice apron have its unusual shape?


After 20 years of research and problem solving, the internationally acclaimed author, Kevin L. Gest, in this his fourth ground breaking book, reveals how Freemasonry and the shape of its ceremonies developed against the backdrop of religious conflict; the influence of dynastic families of great

power and wealth and wars and revolution in Europe and America.

This book is - Freemasonry Decoded.


Hardback, 288 pp - colour plate section

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