Symbolism of Freemasonry: Its Science, Philosophy, Legends, Myths, and Symbolism

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Kessinger Publishing, 1994 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 376 pages
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Revised by Robert Ingham Clegg, 33rd Degree. Contents: An Introduction to Symbolism; Origin and Progress of Freemasonry; Noachidae; Primitive Freemasonry; Spurious Freemasonry; Ancient Mysteries; Dionysiac Artificers; Union of Speculative and Operative Freemasonry at the Temple of Solomon; Traveling Freemasons of the Middle Ages; Disseverance of the Operative Element; System of Symbolic Instruction; Speculative Science and the Operative Art; Symbolism of Solomon's Temple; Form of the Lodge; Officers of a Lodge; Point Within a Circle; Covering of the Lodge; Ritualistic Symbolism; Rite of Discalceation and Investiture; Symbolism of the Gloves; Rite of Circumambulation, Intrusting and Symbolism of Light; Symbolism of Cornerstone; Ineffable Name; Legends of Freemasonry, Winding Stairs, Third Degree; Sprig of Acacia; Symbolism of Labor; Stone of Foundation; Lost Word.

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