The Symbolism of Freemasonry
By Albert G. Mackey
Originally published in 1882, The Symbolism of Freemasonry was developed to explore the philosophy and symbolism of Freemasonry. Its chapters include: The Primitive Freemasonry of Antiquity, The Ancient Mysteries, The Dionysian Artificers, The Union of Speculative and Operative Masonry at the Temple of Solomon, The Traveling Freemasons of the Middle Ages, Disseverance of the Operative Element, The System of Symbolic Instruction, The Speculative Science and the Operative Art, The Symbolism of Solomon's Temple, The Form of the Lodge, The Officers of a Lodge, The Point within a Circle, The Covering of the Lodge, Ritualistic Symbolism, The Symbolism of the Gloves, The Rite of Circumambulation, The Rite of Intrusting and the Symbolism of Light, Symbolism of the Cornerstone, The Ineffable Name, The Legends of Freemasonry, The Legend of the Winding Stairs, The Legend of the Third Degree, The Sprig of Acacia, The Symbolism of Labor, The Stone of Foundation, and The Lost Word.
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