Daily Archives: July 28, 2020

The Mysterious Career Of Jude Cole

From time to time there are careers whose course appears highly mystifying and those who are in the know about them wonder why it is that so many other people simply are not.  Recently, the research of an online music … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Secret Temple

The Secret Temple:  Masons, Mysteries, And The Founding Of America, by Peter Levenda There is one aspect of this book that doesn’t make a lot of sense, unfortunately.  This is a work about the influence of various mystery traditions on … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Freemasons

The Freemasons:  A History Of The World’s Most Powerful Secret Society, by Jasper Ridley This particular book is a fascinating one, mostly because the author is not a mason nor is necessarily fully sympathetic, but is at least passing himself … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Everything Freemasons Book

The Everything Freemasons Book:  Unlock The Secrets Of This Ancient And Mysterious Society, by John K. Young and Barb Karg It is always fascinating to read the perspective of esoteric matters from others and to see whether the perspective is … Continue reading

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