This book represents a great historical artifact of the anti-masonic movement of the 19th Century. The book also talks about the process of becoming a Mason is a life-long journey of learning and a desire for wisdom.
Actually being a part, well a small part of the masons myself (demolay). I found this book to be a very good read, and want to let people know that yes a lot of the history and things written in this is also taught to you as a demolay. It's very true and informative information. Thank you for making this available for public to read. These sort of things are still carried in the hearts of many people and used every day in this generation. It hasn't been completely lost now a days by all who have accomplished a lot in becoming a mason.
The people giving this book a 1 star were probably under the impression that this book were effective "meeting minutes" for the illuminati or something along those lines. The book says what it intended to say, so don't get frustrated at a truthful publication.
Any info about the masons is good enough for me ... Read it
Just or unjust?
By W.M. J. Gasbarrini
In today's society this would probably never happen, but it certainly lays creed to the fact that an oath is to be taken seriously and there are consequences when it's not taken serious, especially when the oath tells of the penalties of violating those oaths. If one is not man enough to stand by his word then that is the beginning of the downfall of society and the crumbling of the continence of man kinds values placed upon his word and a firm handshake .
Look it up first
By History geek4444444445
This book has history...educate yourself and search about it before your review
Read the whole title
By Ryan Check
The very top where it says the title of the book. It also says what the book is about. So, for what it is really, it is good. Gives you an idea of the type of rituals.
If your looking for a really revealing read try, The Scarlet & The Beast.