Freemasons book

Discussion in 'Masonic Education' started by edet_victor, May 15, 2018.

  1. edet_victor

    edet_victor Registered User

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    Are there any books that teaches more about freemasonry, and where can i buy them?
     
  2. David612

    David612 Registered User

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    What about freemasonry are you looking to learn?
    There are hundreds of years of writing on masonry so it really depends what you are looking for
     
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  3. Glen Cook

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    I would start with Freemasonry for Dummies (that’s a real book, I’m not being rude). Then look at those by Neville Barker Cryer.
     
  4. coachn

    coachn Coach John S. Nagy Premium Member

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    That truly depends upon whether you want ...

    ...to learn about the organization, its lore, its actual history, its traditions and its ritual

    OR

    ...what it takes to actually make a good man better.
     
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  5. edet_victor

    edet_victor Registered User

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    To actually learn everything i need to know about the freemasonry.
     
  6. edet_victor

    edet_victor Registered User

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    Yes, ofcourse. For the betterment of myself.
     
  7. coachn

    coachn Coach John S. Nagy Premium Member

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    That's a mighty interesting profile page ya got there.

    https://illuminati.mp/profile/Victory/

    "'INITIATE of the ILLUMINATI"... quite interesting....
     
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  8. edet_victor

    edet_victor Registered User

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  9. David612

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    Are you a mason?

    If not let me point out that it may be worth actually trying to join a lodge, simply reading more on a given subject without the frame of experience to put what you read into context makes learning the Masonic lessons a challenge, not impossible but unverifiable as you won’t know the quality of the source nor the intention behind the words.
     
  10. coachn

    coachn Coach John S. Nagy Premium Member

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    Not likely from all the other posts he put up today. Add to that he's from Nigeria.
     
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  11. David612

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    True but figured I’d ask, it’s kind of like trying to learn a language and not having anyone to communicate with in a way.
     
  12. Warrior1256

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    I NEED THIS BOOK!!!!!....lol. Actually I have read it and it is very informative.
     
  13. Bloke

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    LOL... good luck with that. I am far from knowing everything I need to know about Freemasonry.. but it doesn't mean I stop learning.

    Freemasonry for dummies is a good suggestion..
     
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  14. Warrior1256

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    What? You mean that everybody does not know everything about Masonry like I do!!!!
     
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  15. Bloke

    Bloke Premium Member

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    I will put you on speed dial :)
     
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  16. Warrior1256

    Warrior1256 Site Benefactor

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    Lol!
     
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