• Freemasonry & secret societies

      Emulation Working Today

      by G. F. Redman

    • Popular beliefs & controversial knowledge

      The Rosslyn Hoax?

      Viewing Rosslyn Chapel from a New Perspective

      by

      Subtitled, }Viewing Rosslyn Chapel From A New perspective{. Following the success of }The Da Vinci Code{, eminent Scottish Freemason, Robert Cooper, takes a look at the origin of Rosslyn Chapel. Exploring and exploding many myths, Cooper asks whether we, the public, have been the victims of a massive hoax and wonders whether the meaning of the Kirkwall Scroll has been hijacked for a particular purpose. And, ultimately, who benefits from trying to cover it all up?

    • Freemasonry & secret societies

      Turning the Templar Key

      Martyrs, Freemasons and the Secret of the True Cross of Christ

      by Robert Lomas

      This year sees the 700th anniversary of the destruction of the Knight Templar, and this book returns to the unanswered questions of Lomas's bestselling }The Hiram Key{. Were the Templars wiped out, or did they survive by starting new Orders to preserve their secrets? What happened to their legacy? Will be heavily promoted by extensive national and local media coverage, and feature in Masonic specialist publications.

    • Freemasonry & secret societies

      A Handbook for the Freemason's Wife

      by Philippa. Faulks

    • Freemasonry & secret societies

      The Secret Science of Masonic Initiation

      by Robert Lomas

    • Freemasonry & secret societies

      Emulation Ritual.

      by

    • Popular beliefs & controversial knowledge

      Turning the Hiram Key

      Making Darkness Visible

      by Robert Lomas

      In this ground-breaking book, the author describes his personal journey through the mystical rituals of Freemasonry. Drawing from personal spiritual insights hidden Masonic texts and modern scientific knowledge, he reveals why people join Freemasonry, what they expect to find and how they benefit. The book discloses the inner secrets of Freemasonry, which have hitherto been the preserve of a select few. In doing so, it provides a window into the world which has been shrouded in mystery and suspicion.

    • Freemasonry & secret societies

      Masonic Etiquette Today

      A Modern Guide to Masonic Protocol and Practice

      by G. F. Redman

    • Popular beliefs & controversial knowledge

      The Red Triangle

      A History of Anti-masonry

      by

    • Romance

      Vrij Worden

      by Jan Prins

      A resident of the Rosa Spier house in Laren takes us through various stages of life. It will be shown including aspects that were previously hidden from us, but they have a major impact on our daily lives, such as the Skull & Bones and Freemasonry. The book is a hybrid of the description of a part of the personal life of the author and a description of his quest for the Beautiful in all its forms. ---------------- Een bewoner van het Rosa Spier Huis in Laren voert ons door allerlei fasen van het leven. Er worden o.a. aspecten getoond die eerder voor ons verborgen waren, maar die van grote invloed zijn op ons leven van alledag, zoals die van de Skull & Bones en van de Vrijmetselarij. Het boek is een mengvorm van de beschrijving van een deel van het persoonlijke leven van de auteur en een beschrijving van zijn zoektocht naar het Schone in al zijn vormen.

    • Biography & True Stories
      March 2011

      Faithful Through Hard Times

      A WW2 True Story

      by Jean Gill

      WW2 military history, with extracts from a soldier's diary The true story of four years, 3 million bombs, one small island out-facing the might of the German and Italian airforces - and one young Scotsman who didn't want to be there. This is not a WW2 memoir. It is a riveting reconstruction from an eye-witness account written at the time in a secret diary, a diary too dangerous to show anyone and too precious to destroy.Young men died in wars and old men lied about what they'd done in them; George had no intention of doing either.Private George Taylor arrived on Malta in 1940 thinking that shiny buttons would earn him fast promotion; he left four years later, a cynical sergeant and a Master Mason who never said, 'I was there' without a bitter smile.Despite the times he said, 'It's me for the next boat', despite his fears that Nettie had forgotten him, George kept the motto of the Royal Army Medical Corps 'In arduis fidelis', 'faithful through hard times' - in public - and only told his diary the inside story of four long years.Sixty years later, the truth has to be told. Book trailer youtube.com/watch?v=WrOShZg44Ec

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