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Daniel Beresniak - Symbols of Freemasonry

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Daniel Beresniak - Symbols of Freemasonry

Daniel Beresniak - Symbols of Freemasonry
Barnes & Noble Books | 2003 | ISBN: 0760742375 | Pages: 128 | PDF | 66.9 MB

There are over ten million freemasons in the world. The supposed power of their occult network is often feared, and yet freemasonry is not a closed doctrine. Richly illustrated, Symbols of Freemasonry provides a synthesis of one of mankind's oldest existing secular brotherhoods. It is designed both for the initiated and for newcomers interested in gaining a better understanding of this fascinating but often misrepresented society.

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