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by Giles Morgan

ePub Freemasonry: Its History and Myths Revealed download
Author:
Giles Morgan
ISBN13:
978-1435108226
ISBN:
1435108221
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Publisher:
Fall River Press (2009)
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1308 kb
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Metro Books/ Sterling Publishing: 192 pages hardcover w/ dust jacket.

Read Freemasonry, by Giles Morgan online on Bookmate – The world of Freemasonry exerts a powerful influence on the modern imagination. In an age when perceived notions of history are being increasin. The world of Freemasonry exerts a powerful influence on the modern imagination. In an age when perceived notions of history are being increasingly questioned and re-examined it is perhaps inevitable that secretive societies such as the Freemasons find themselves at the centre of considerable speculation and conjecture.

The hand of the Templars, many believe, can be found in everything from Cathar heresy to Masonic conspiracies, and the Knights Templar still inspire popular culture, from Indiana Jones to Xbox games, to the novels of Dan Brown.

Freemasonry - Giles Morgan. To some they represent a powerful and shadowy elite who have manipulated world history throughout the ages, whilst to others they are an altogether more mundane and benign fraternal organisation.

He currently lives in Harrow.

Giles Morgan is the author of numerous Pocket Essentials including A Brief History of the Holy Grail, Byzantium, Saints, and Saint George. He currently lives in Harrow.

Before his book could be published, William Morgan was dragged away by a group of Masons, never to be seen again. In the early morning hours of September 12, 1826, a Batavia, New York stoneworker named William Morgan went missing from the local jail

Metro Books/ Sterling Publishing: 192 pages hardcover w/ dust jacket.