3 edition of The principles of free-masonry delineated found in the catalog.
The principles of free-masonry delineated
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 254, no. 4.|
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|Number of Pages||266|
Whereas Brother WILLIAM HUTCHINSON has compiled a book, entitled The Spirit of Masonry," and has requested our Sanction for the publication thereof; we, having perused the said book, and finding it will be of use to this Society, do recommend the same. PETRE, G.M. ROWLAND HOLT, D.G.M. THOMAS NOEL, S.G.W. JOHN HATCH, J.G.W. The same principles might, and in all probability would, have been developed in some other way; but the organization, the name, the mode of instruction, would all have most materially differed. But the operative Masons, who founded the order, were not content with the mere material and manual part of their profession: they adjoined to it, under.
In my opinion, the purpose of Freemasonry is to foster the sense of brotherhood and the main pillars of Freemasonry Wisdom, Strength and Beauty. Freemasonry cannot be studied via Books but by experiencing the allegoric rituals. Once you are a. Note: This material was scanned into text files for the sole purpose of convenient electronic research. This material is NOT intended as a reproduction of the original volumes. However close the material is to becoming a reproduced work, it should ONLY be regarded as a textual reference. Scanned at Phoenixmasonry by Ralph W. Omholt, PM in May
This is an online electronic edition of the the first Masonic book printed in America, which was produced in Philadelphia by Benjamin Franklin in , and was a reprint of a work by James Anderson (who is identified as the author in an appendix) printed in London in This is the seminal work of American Masonry, edited and published by one of the founding fathers, and . They are an interpretation of the three columns in the light of the principles embodied in his book, The Seven Rays, and I commend them to the careful study of the Brn. In order to understand the full significance of the columns presided over by the three principal officers, we must recall the occult teaching of the great Divine Trinity of.
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The Principles of Free-Masonry Delineated () Anon. [William Preston], State of Facts: Being a Narrative of Some Late Proceedings in the Society of Free Masons, Respecting William Preston () [Anon.], An Account of the Institution and Proceeding, of the Governors of the Royal Cumberland Free-Mason School () James Mullalla, Esq.,Format: NOOK Book (Ebook).
The Principles of Free-Masonry Delineated () Anon. [William Preston], State of Facts: Being a Narrative of Some Late Proceedings in the Society of Free Masons, Respecting William Preston () [Anon.], An Account of the Institution and Proceeding, of the Governors of the Royal Cumberland Free-Mason School () James Mullalla, Esq.
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