The Freemasons

The Freemasons

A History Of The World's Most Powerful Secret Society

Book - 2001
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A British historian who is not a Freemason debunks myths about Freemasonry being a threat to civilization as he traces this secret brotherhood's origins in Medieval building guilds, role in the French and American Revolutions, scandals, anti-Mason sentiment, spread worldwide, and modern presence in Britain and the US. This is a reprint of a 1999 book. c. Book News Inc.
Publisher: New York : Arcade Pub. : Distributed by Time Warner Trade Pub., 2001.
Edition: 1st U.S. ed.
ISBN: 9781559706018
Characteristics: xii, 357 p. ;,25 cm.


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Jun 18, 2016

The problem with reading a book about a secret society, written by a friend of members of said society, is that it is basically impossible to take, at face value, anything that is written that seeks to assert activities and historical narrative. Is what Ridley wrote in this book true? Or is it what he and those he associates with want readers to believe is true? And how can the reader even know? A lot of research would have to be done in corroboration.


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