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Turning The Hiram Key
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Robert Langdon flies to Washington after an urgent invitation to speak in the Capitol building. The invitation appears to have come from a friend with copper-bottomed Masonic connections, Peter Solomon. But Langdon has been tricked: Solomon has, in fact, been kidnapped, and (echoing the grisly opening of the last book) a macabre mutilation plunges Langdon into a tortuous quest. His friend’s severed hand lies in the Capitol building, positioned to point to a George Washington portrait that shows the father of his country as a pagan deity. The ruthless criminal nemesis here is another terrifying figure in Brown’s gallery of grotesques: Mal’akh, a powerfully built eunuch with a body festooned with tattoos. Mal’akh is seeking a Masonic pyramid that possesses a formidable supernatural power, and a pulse-pounding hunt is afoot, with Langdon stalled rather than aided by the CIA.
The Secret History Of The World : As Laid Down by the Secret Societies
By Jonathan Black

Pub: Quercus
ISBN: 1847243401

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The powerful narrative drive and cornucopia of startling revelations that form the core of Jonathan Black's new book show us the world not as we have been taught to see it but as it really is - deeply strange and mysterious, filled with secrets and codes, with humanity rightly placed at the heart of a grand cosmic riddle. Nothing of this scale and ambition has been attempted since Blavatsky's The Secret Doctrine, and Black rises to the challenge with style, originality and aplomb.
The Da Vinci Code
By Dan Brown

Pub: Corgi Adult
ISBN: 0552149519

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Robert Langdon, Harvard Professor of symbology, receives an urgent late-night call while in Paris: the curator of the Louvre has been murdered. Alongside the body is a series of baffling ciphers. Langdon and a gifted French cryptologist, Sophie Neveu, are stunned to find a trail that leads to the works of Da Vinci - and further. The curator, part of a secret society named the Priory of Sion, may have sacrificed his life to keep secret the location of a vastly important religious relic hidden for centuries. It appears that the clandestine Vatican-sanctioned Catholic sect Opus Dei has now made its move. Unless Landon and Neveu can decipher the labyrinthine code and quickly assemble the pieces of the puzzle, the Priory's secret - and a stunning historical truth - will be lost forever.
The Origins of Freemasonry : Scotland's century, 1590 - 1710
By David Stevenson

Pub: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521396549

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Freemasonry has always been a highly controversial movement. Yet in spite of the vast literature which has been produced on the subject its origins have remained obscure. The prevailing assumption has been that it emerged in England around 1700, but most of the evidence used to support this interpretation turns out on examination to relate to Scotland. The Origins of Freemasonry represents the first attempt to study this evidence in the context of Scottish history. By doing this, and examining much new evidence in the records of early Scottish lodges, David Stevenson demonstrates that the real origins of the essentials of modern freemasonry lie in Scotland around 1600, when the system of lodges was created by stonemasons with rituals and secrets blending medieval mythology with a number of late Renaissance and of seventeenth-century history in general, to freemasons themselves, and to those seeking to understand the true nature of a movement which arouses considerable controversy.
The Freemason At Work : The Definitive Guide to Craft Freemasonry
By Harry Carr and revised by Frederick Smyth

Pub: Lewis Masonic
ISBN: 0853181896

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This is one of the most successful Masonic Publications in recent times due to the immense knowledge of the late Harry Carr and his entertaining writing style. If you enjoy your masonry then this book will bring a new delight to all that you see and hear in lodge.

This book was substantially revised by Frederick Smyth, bringing the text more up to date for much had changed since the book was first published in 1976.

This is a book to be treasured, one that will provide a walth of knowledge in an easy to read style.
Born in Blood : The Lost Secrets Of Freemasonry
By John J. Robinson

Pub: M Evans & Co Inc
ISBN: 0871316021

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John J. Robinson gives back to the Freemasons their glorious and bloody history. A suspicion has always lingered that the Knights Templar rather than medieval craftsmen were the true origins of the Masons, but no one has been able to establish the connection. Born in Blood reveals the true meaning of masonic language, symbols and myths.

Aiming to solve the last secrets of Freemasonry, this book uncovers the mysterious words, symbols and rituals whose meanings have been lost for centuries, even to Freemasons themselves. The book contains historic research into the origins of this secret society.

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