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American Indian Freemasonry

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | American Indian Freemasonry.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Arthur Parker(Author)

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  • PDF | 36 pages
  • Arthur Parker(Author)
  • Benson Press (February 15, 2010)
  • English
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  • By charles on October 3, 2014

    A good account of our Native American Masonic heritage. A well written review of their contribution to society...written by one of their own. Nice addition to your collection of books.

  • By Traveling Man on December 28, 2013

    Coming in at 36 pages, this book (almost a pamphlet) presents a fascinating discussion centered on a sacred ceremony of the Senecas. Because it is so short, there is not much I can say in a review of the book that won't give it away so I'll limit my comments to a couple observations. First, for those wondering about the universality of our masonic esoteric "story", you will likely be intrigued by the description of an ancient ceremony provided in the discussion.Lastly, I would say this is not necessarily a book for a newly raised Master Mason. I believe the book will be most fully appreciated by a Master Mason that has participated several times on the degree team for the 3rd degree or at least attended and observed several conferrals. To understand the natural comparison the book provides, one needs to be able to recreate to some extend the 3rd degree in their mind as they read. They also should know and understand the symbolism and purposes of the various floor movements and actions of the degree.

  • By Sam Lyons on December 17, 2016

    The option to "Look Inside!" conveniently does not show you that every other page has text lightly printed to the point of illegibility. I bought this as a gift for an older adult and I'm not so sure they will be able to enjoy the gift without attempting to decipher the text on their own... on every. other. page. I want to return this, however it is a unique text and topic.

  • By James Cook on November 30, 2016

    Bought this in conjunction with another book on the same topic - this one was extremely helpful to my son on his research paper for Native American studies in college.

  • By RoadMapp on September 30, 2017

    some good information, but not real exciting.

  • By just the facts on February 27, 2015

    Not for everyone, but a very readable scholarly work on American Indian secret societies and their parallels with Freemasonry. Highly recommend for anyone with an interest in the esoteric side of Masonry.

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