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8 thoughts on “Secret Temple: Masons, Mysteries, and the Founding of America

  1. says:

    I really liked how this book was put together I felt that the author was unbiased he did his research and did well at breaking things down for the reader Obviously it is interesting if you have some prior knowledge of the topics and have a general interest in this genreI think Levenda points out a lot of coincidence's about our government's foundation He address's VARIOUS topics and manages to make a lot of them still

  2. says:

    If you did not know much about the masons this would be a good place to start It was mostly a review for me but a good one

  3. says:

    There is one aspect of this book that doesn't make a lot of sense unfortunately  This is a work about the influence of various mystery traditions on the history of the United States and how it is that a society which views the right to privacy as sacrosanct has such a low tolerance for secrecy in government or secret societies  The author is not himself a member of the Masons or of any similar society according to his own acc

  4. says:

    The book was an interesting read; however I'm not sure I would recommend it as I uestion much of its accuracy particullarly in relation to Joseph Smith Jr The standard LDS version of the origins of the Book of Mormon were not presente

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    I'm on p 88

  6. says:

    interesting histories and insights of the occult and everything related i recommend to anyone who don't know anout esoteric histories and the roots of evil and secrecy

  7. says:

    A pretty respectable treatment of Masonry by one of the few authors I would trust on the subject It certainly doesn't have all the answers and it's a fairly short book at under 200 pages but I definitely learned some things from it and feel like I have a better overall grasp of the subject and the context around it

  8. says:

    So so I skim milked it for the chapter it had on Mormons and Masons Factual but dry and a little dull

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characters È PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Peter Levenda

Ave a secret historyReaders will come away from Peter Levenda's thorough and engagingly written book with many of the answers to these uestions about Freemasonry the fraternal organization that has risen from obscure roots to boasting a worldwide membership of than 5 million people Freemasonry is thus a large subject and Levenda's study provides a history of the Society highlighting important events and i. The book was an interesting read however I m not sure I would recommend it as I uestion much of its accuracy particullarly in relation to Joseph Smith Jr The standard LDS version of the origins of the Book of Mormon were not presented I would prefer they be presented even if they were then discounted Without this presentation it leads me to call into uestion every other section of the book

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Ncluding some of the controversial and newsworthy aspects rumors of satanic rites and nefarious plots of an organization that boasted George Washington Benjamin Franklin Paul Revere Samuel Adams and so many other Founding Fathers as members Masonic elements to be found in Washington This is the perfect guide for anyone who wants to delve a little deeper into the mysteries of and answers behind Freemasonry. I m on p 88

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What are the roots of American Freemasonry What do Freemasons know and acknowledge about the history of their societyWhat truth is there in the legends of Masonic origins in the fabled Knights Templar or the ancient Egyptian mysteriesWhat is the Mason Mormon connectionWere Masons involved in the American Revolution and if so in what wayIs it possible to unlock the secrets of the Masonic codeDoes America h. I really liked how this book was put together I felt that the author was unbiased he did his research and did well at breaking things down for the reader Obviously it is interesting if you have some prior knowledge of the topics and have a general interest in this genreI think Levenda points out a lot of coincidence s about our government s foundation He address s VARIOUS topics and manages to make a lot of them still connect I had no trouble understanding the book books on this topic can sometimes be too wordy and in depth that I get lost very uickly and yet I feel I could easily read it again and pick up then the first timeI realize a five star is sort of a bold move for this book but I felt it was a very good read ha