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A Questioning Eye on Freemasonry

John Belton

£10.00

A collection of fresh in-depth articles exploring the curiosities of Freemasonry in their historical context and that of wider society. The author John Belton produces works with an evidence based intellectual detachment and ability to entertain the reader rarely found in Masonic writing.

£10.00
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A collection of fresh in-depth articles exploring the curiosities of Freemasonry in their historical context and that of wider society. The author John Belton produces works with an evidence based intellectual detachment and ability to entertain the reader rarely found in Masonic writing.

Perfect for the Masonic researcher and busy Mason alike its easy to just dip in-to this work when you have some time spare to make your daily advancement. There is variety, within the covers to enjoy, the story of the English support for Garibaldi, the place of the Royal Arch in Ancient Masonry, the Scottish Brother who invented the Savings Bank concept; or even 1813 Union of Antients & Moderns, and much, much more.

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ePub

Publication Date

1 September 2019

Author

John Belton

About the Author

John Belton is a well known British researcher into the history of Freemasonry, a member of Quatuor Coronati Research Lodge in London, and a Fellow of the Philalethes Society and the Masonic Society in the United States. Author of The English Masonic Union of 1813: A Tale Antient and Modern, and Dudley Wright: Writer, Truthseeker & Freemason his main interests are in the nineteenth and especially twentieth century, and for exploring those less travelled angles to (masonic) history that are often most fascinating. He lives in an eighteenth century stone cottage in the Peak District National Park in the north of England.