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Cracking the Freemasons Code: The Truth About Solomon's Key and the Brotherhood

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Prompted by mounting public interest and provoked by controversial stories on the Freemason Society, respected historian and Scottish Freemason Robert L.D. Cooper offers a rare inside look at this secret brotherhood. As curator of the Scottish Masonic Museum and Library, the author has unparalleled access to material dictating the history and function of the Masons.

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Paperback, 256 pages
Published September 4th 2007 by Atria Books (first published October 5th 2006)
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This book provides an informed overview of Freemasonry from the historical as well as symbolic and allegorical perspectives. Although the historical treatment may perhaps be too detailed for the average reader in places, it appears at least to be well-researched.

The underlying principles that ultimately drive the set of guidelines at the heart of the code are explained gradually in an open and straightforward manner. This will enable the reader to see how superficial misconceptions can arise and
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A closer examination of the relationship between Scottish history and the Craft with an interesting and probably correct disputation against the Sinclair family's claim of involvement in the early history of the Craft. Also, a very interesting chapter on Free Gardnery, about which I knew nothing until reading this.
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