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Behind the Symbol
- A Masonic essay. The Symbol is not a mirror which shows only what stands before it. It is an illustration which has more than one meaning
Early Legends of the Craft: before the Old Charges
- Freemasonry and the early legends of the Craft. Genesis, Myths, Legends, History, Reflections
Freemasonry and the Ancient Wisdom
- An essay discussing doctrines within the framework of Freemasonry.
Freemasonry in Israel - Temples at Jerusalem
- Masonic essay describing the history and symbolism of the Hebrew temples at Jerusalem, and encompassing that portion of Biblical history which forms the basis of much Freemasonic ritual.
- Short biographies of those regular Freemasons whose interest in mysticism and the occult led them to such organizations as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and the Ordo Templi Orientis.
- A speech of welcome delivered to new initiates that was published several times and was sent by the Chevalier de Ramsay to the Cardinal de Fleury, Minister to Louis XV, on March 20, 1737. It had considerable influence on French Freemasonry of the eighteenth century.
The Legend of Enoch
- A paper describing the role of Enoch in the Masonic legend. In the legend, Enoch was responsible for preserving the true name of Diety and the principles of arts and sciences through the Great Flood.
The Legend of Hiram, King of Tyre
- The role of Hiram, King of Tyre, in the Masonic legend. his support of King Solomon in the building of the temple at Jerusalem.
The Legend of Solomon
- The role of Solomon, King of Israel, in the Masonic legend. His construction of the temple in Jerusalem and relations with Hiram, King of Tyre.
The Legend of The Craft
- A basic description of the Masonic legend, in its original Middle English, taken directly from the Dowland Manuscript which dates from the early sixteenth century.
The Legend of York
- Modern Freemasonry reliably dates from the early 18th century CE. Legendary references indicate earlier activities. One of the earliest surrounds the creation of a Mason's guild in the city of York.
The Pythagorean Tradition in Freemasonry
- An essay discussing simularities between the teachings of Pythagoras and that of Freemasonry.
The Regius Manuscript
- A Masonic manuscript dating from approximately 1390 CE.
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