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The Secret Power Of Masonic Symbols : The Influence Of Ancient Symbols On The Pivotal Moments In History And An Encyclopedia Of All The Key Masonic Symbols (2011, original release: 2011)

Call Number 366.1/LOMAS,R

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Adult Nonfiction366.1/LOMAS,RAvailable
Published: Beverly, MA : Fair Winds Press, [2011] ©2011
Description:  272 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781592334506, 1592334504, 9781592334506,
Language:  English

An insider's view of the most powerful symbols that ever existed. Ancient Masonic symbols shaped who we are and still influence us today, but few outside the secret society of Freemasons know how to decode them

Why symbols are more powerful than words -- How symbols turned hunters into farmers -- How symbols created kingdoms -- The power of symbols on the human brain -- How symbols created Freemasonry -- Symbols can penetrate the mind of god -- The secret symbol of political stability -- Masonic symbols and the U.S. constitution -- How symbols and mankind took a great leap together -- Symbols of the first degree -- Symbols of the second degree -- Symbols of the third degree -- General symbols of the wider craft -- The tracing boards -- An explanation of the first degree tracing board -- An explanation of the second degree tracing board -- An explanation of the mark tracing board -- An explanation of the third degree tracing board -- An explanation of the royal arch tracing board -- An explanation of the tracing board of the centre -- An explanation of the centre Related Searches:
Freemasonry -- History.
Freemasonry -- Symbolism.
Symbolism in art.
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