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eBook The Meaning of Masonry ePub

by W. L. Wilmshurst

  • ISBN: 1595475273
  • Category: Other Religions Practices and Sacred Texts
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: W. L. Wilmshurst
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: NuVision Publications (March 6, 2009)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1380 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1103 kb
  • Other: mbr docx lit lrf
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 502

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A fantastic book written more than 100 years ago but still relevant today. Wilmshurst digs into the deeper meaning of Freemasonry in an easy to read volume.

A fantastic book written more than 100 years ago but still relevant today. Tremendous information for the Entered Apprentice and the Master Mason. Much to think about and discuss with your brothers. The real meanings of Masonry as a Fraternity are developed and explained. One of the essential books for every Freemason.

The Meaning of Masonry book. Walter Leslie Wilmshurst was an English author and Freemason. For more than two centuries, The Spirit of Masonry has been. Born in Chichester, Wilmshurst was initiated as a Mason in the Huddersfield lodge in 1889, having moved to the town to become a solicitor, for a time becoming president of the Huddersfield Law Society. He died in Huddersfield.

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The meaning of Masonry, however, is a subject usually left entirely unexpounded and that accordingly . For Masonry means this or it means nothing worth the serious pursuit of thoughtful men; nothing that cannot be pursued as well outside the Craft as within it.

The meaning of Masonry, however, is a subject usually left entirely unexpounded and that accordingly remains largely unrealized by its members save such few as make it their private study; the authorities of what in all other respects is an elaborately organized and admirably controlled community have hitherto made no provision for explaining and teaching the " noble science " which Masonry proclaims itself t.

The meaning of Masonry, however, is a subject usually left entirely unexpounded and that accordingly remains largely unrealized by its members save such few as make it their private study.

The meaning of masonry - W. L. Wilmshurst

The meaning of masonry - W. Wilmshurst. The meaning of Masonry, however, is a subject usually left entirely unexpounded and that accordingly remains largely unrealized by its members save such few as make it their private study; the authorities of what in all other respects is an elaborately organized and admirably controlled community have hitherto made no provision for explaining and teaching the noble science which Masonry proclaims itself to.

Although the Freemasons number over six million members worldwide, they are a very secretive organization

Although the Freemasons number over six million members worldwide, they are a very secretive organization. W. Wilmshurst's powerful vision of the rites and rituals of Freemasonry as a spiritual philosophy begins with this book

Masonry is not a mere formalism but a life to be lived. If you do not live the life you cannot know the doctrine. Masonry is an effort to perpetuate the essential doctrines of the Ancient Mysteries, but, alas, it does so in a very perfunctory manner

Masonry is not a mere formalism but a life to be lived. Masonry is an effort to perpetuate the essential doctrines of the Ancient Mysteries, but, alas, it does so in a very perfunctory manner. So veiled are its allegories and symbols that it is almost impossible to penetrate into the Holy of Holies.

The Meaning of Freemasonry by . Wilmshurst Every week I will read a chapter out of this book. Check my other YT videos! My next book I will be reading through is "Morals and Dogma" by none other than fat Albert Pike. be/xTR 1kwMkBU - Introduction Chapter 1 coming. God Bless in Lord Jesus Christ precious name.

Wilmshurst's Meaning of Masonry provides deeper insight into the meaning of Freemasonry's degrees. The book is written for Freemasons so some of it would be easier to understand to those more versed in the craft. A fine book, theme, and call for masons to dig deeper. He fits his understanding of the degrees offered in modern Freemasonry into the context of what.

This book discloses the real purpose of modern Masonry, and clearly states the true body of teaching and practice concerning the Esoteric meaning of Masonic Ritual. Written by a great mystic to promote a deeper understanding of the Fraternity.

Comments

Dukinos Dukinos
Don't buy this book! The publisher has failed to fix glaring grammatical and spelling errors. The text is close together and isn't very pleasant to read. The cover looks like it was made using MS Paint. Unless the publisher makes a better looking and better reading version of this text, don't even bother to buy it.

The text itself is phenomenal. If you have any interest in the symbolism and philosophy of the Craft, do read this book, but don't buy or read this version. It's awful. I regret paying what I did for it.
Gorisar Gorisar
For many Masons, they enter the lodge, are given the three degrees and then treat it as a men's club. For others, they seek the deeper wisdom contained within the degrees. The are the Gnostics, the seekers of knowledge. For them, this book is a great help and brings deeper insights. I recommend this book.
saafari saafari
Great content, but a little dry and too wordy. The vocabulary is good but about half way through you start to think the author is just one of those guys who likes to pontificate with large words just to try and convince others he is the smartest guy in the room.
Bradeya Bradeya
an in depth look into the degrees a must read for any new brothers.
Samut Samut
Interesting reading
HyderCraft HyderCraft
Not a terrible book, was just expecting a little more...no book is going to reveal any "secrets" regarding Masonry but was hoping for more knowledge about something...
Precious Precious
The most important classic of Freemasonry.
If you are a Freemason and want to have a renewed view freemasonry, then read this book. If your not a Freemason, it won't make a lot of sense.