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Author : H. Paul Jeffers
ISBN : 0806526629
Genre : History
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Jeffers delves into Masonic history to reveal the surprising and controversial truths behind this ancient and secretive order, from its mystery-shrouded origins in medieval Europe through its rise in America, where Benjamin Franklin founded the first lodge.

The Freemasons In America

Author : H. Paul Jeffers
ISBN : 9780806533636
Genre : History
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What Is Their Secret And What Are They Hiding? Step inside the secret world of the Masons and discover: How such pivotal American documents as the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights reflect Masonic principles and influence. How Freemasons became the world's oldest and largest fraternal organization. If Freemasons rule the world--or want to. Why Masonic symbolism appears on American currency. Why the opposition groups, from conspiracists to the Catholic Church, fear Freemasons. Why Texas has been called "the Masonic Republic." How to recognize Masonic rings, pins, and other symbols. From George Washington to Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code, the Freemasons have influenced the United States in many surprising ways. With nearly half the world's six million Freemasons--some twenty-five U.S. presidents and thirty-five Supreme Court justices among them--America has felt the group's impact more deeply and broadly than any other country. Using historical anecdotes and incisive analysis, this timely and insightful portrait separates the myths surrounding Freemasonry from the facts, offering a unique insider's view into what American Freemasonry was, is, and will be tomorrow. H. Paul Jeffers has published more than 50 works of fiction and nonfiction, including Freemasons: Inside the World's Oldest Secret Society, biographies of presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Grover Cleveland, New York mayor Fiorello LaGuardia, Diamond Jim Brady, and others. He lives in Manhattan.

The Bilderberg Conspiracy

Author : H. Paul Jeffers
ISBN : 9780806535951
Genre : History
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Masters Of The World Hidden behind many of today's major news stories, the Bilderberg Group is an elite clique of the most powerful names in politics, media, business, and finance, who want to impose a one-world government on the rest of us. Led by such iconic members as Henry Kissinger, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Richard Perle, Melinda Gates (wife of Bill Gates), David Rockefeller, Paul Wolfowitz, Donald Rumsfeld, Tony Blair, and Margaret Thatcher, their secret conferences (where press has long been banned) are rumored to have engineered many of today's monumental global events, including: • The September 2008 collapse of worldwide banking. • Bill Clinton's presidency and the passage of NAFTA. • The loss of America's jobs to foreign nations. • The toppling of Margaret Thatcher for trying to keep the U.K. out of the E.U. Featuring interviews with meeting attendees, The Bilderberg Conspiracy is essential--and often terrifying--reading for anyone interested in world events. "H. Paul Jeffers reveals stunning insights about the Bilderberg Group. Wars, coups, assassinations; control of banking, finance, the media, and education--any means necessary to fulfill their agenda." --Michael Benson, author of Inside Secret Societies H. Paul Jeffers has published more than 50 works of fiction and nonfiction, including Freemasons: Inside the World's Oldest Secret Society, biographies of presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Grover Cleveland, New York mayor Fiorello LaGuardia, Diamond Jim Brady, and others. He lives in Manhattan.

Freemasons For Dummies

Author : Christopher Hodapp
ISBN : 9781118412107
Genre : Social Science
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Take the mystery out of the Freemasons Fascinated by Freemasons? Freemasons For Dummies is theinternationally bestselling introduction to the Masons, the oldestand largest "secret society" in the world. This balanced,eye-opening guide demystifies Freemasonry, explaining everythingfrom its elaborate rituals and cryptic rites, to its curioussymbols and their meanings. With new and improved content, including updated examples andreferences throughout, this new edition of Freemasons ForDummies provides the most straightforward, non-intimidatingguide to the subject on the market. Updated expert coverage of the basic beliefs and philosophybehind Freemasonry Revised information on the history of the society, includingupdates concerning its founding, famous historical members, andpivotal events New coverage devoted to the recent influx of youngermembership The latest and ongoing controversies and myths surroundingFreemasonry The role of women in a Masonic organization, includingopportunities for women to participate in Freemasonry The effects cultural and political changes and worldwide eventsare having on the organization If you're intrigued by the mystery that surrounds the Masons,get ready to learn the facts about this ancient order inFreemasons For Dummies.


Author : Mark Stavish
ISBN : 9780738711485
Genre : Social Science
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An exploration of Freemasonry and its history, philosophy, symbols and practices.

Freemasonry And The Press In The Twentieth Century

Author : Paul Calderwood
ISBN : 9781317132790
Genre : History
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By the end of the twentieth century, Freemasonry had acquired an unsavoury reputation as a secretive network of wealthy men looking out for each others’ interests. The popular view is of an organisation that, if not actually corrupt, is certainly viewed with deep mistrust by the press and wider society. Yet, as this book makes clear, this view contrasts sharply with the situation at the beginning of the century when the public’s perception of Freemasonry in Britain was much more benevolent, with numerous establishment figures (including monarchs, government ministers, archbishops and civic worthies) enthusiastically recommending Freemasonry as the key to model citizenship. Focusing particularly on the role of the press, this book investigates the transformation of the image of Freemasonry in Britain from respectability to suspicion. It describes how the media projected a positive message of the organisation for almost forty years, based on a mass of news emanating from the organisation itself, before a change in public regard occurred during the later twentieth-century. This change in the public mood, the book argues, was due primarily to Masonic withdrawal from the public sphere and a disengagement with the press. Through an examination of the subject of Freemasonry and the British press, a number of related social trends are addressed, including the decline of deference, the erosion of privacy, greater competition in the media, the emergence of more aggressive and investigative journalism, the consequences of media isolation and the rise of professional Public Relations. The book also illuminates the organisation’s collisions with nationalism, communism, and state welfare provision. As such, the study is illuminating not only for students of Freemasonry, but those with an interest in the wider social history of modern Britain.

Character Counts

Author : Michael Glenn Maness
ISBN : 9781456714383
Genre : History
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The Freemasons

Author : Jasper Ridley
ISBN : 9781611450101
Genre : History
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“Captures the organization's fundamental outlook, and its morality. . . . Ridley is an enchanting storyteller.”—The Wall Street Journal

The New Encyclopedia Of Southern Culture

Author : Charles Reagan Wilson
ISBN : 9781469616704
Genre : Reference
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This volume of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture addresses the cultural, social, and intellectual terrain of myth, manners, and historical memory in the American South. Evaluating how a distinct southern identity has been created, recreated, and performed through memories that blur the line between fact and fiction, this volume paints a broad, multihued picture of the region seen through the lenses of belief and cultural practice. The 95 entries here represent a substantial revision and expansion of the material on historical memory and manners in the original edition. They address such matters as myths and memories surrounding the Old South and the Civil War; stereotypes and traditions related to the body, sexuality, gender, and family (such as debutante balls and beauty pageants); institutions and places associated with historical memory (such as cemeteries, monuments, and museums); and specific subjects and objects of myths, including the Confederate flag and Graceland. Together, they offer a compelling portrait of the "southern way of life" as it has been imagined, lived, and contested.

The Secrets Of Freemasonry

Author : Elijah Muhammad
ISBN : 9781884855818
Genre : Black Muslims
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This is a powerful and easy to read insight into one of the world's oldest secret societies or organizations. Elijah Muhammad makes a strong case with irrefutable evidence that their symbolism points directly to the American Blackman and woman's slavery, mental death and eventual "mental resurrection" (being raised).

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