Aiming to solve the last secrets of Freemasonry, this book uncovers the mysterious words, symbols and rituals whose meanings have been lost for centuries. 2 Nov Born in blood: the lost secrets offreemasonry / John J. Robinson. p. em. . reveal anything about Freemasonry or the Knights Templar. Its. John J. Robinson (c) was an American author, best known as the author of Born in Blood: The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry, He is also credited as .
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This book looks at the evidence to determine the beginnings and the evolution of freemasnory. Nov 05, Jordan rated it it was amazing Shelves: See 1 question about Born in Blood…. Outstanding Enjoyed the book from start to finish!!! Jan 06, G. It had to have roots in a time when men were in fear for their lives from a power so great that caused them to go underground to preserve their very lives.
Robinson Snippet view – As an added bonus, the book also shows the origin of many of the terms we use like barrister, the 3rd degree in interrogation, masterpiece, journeyman and corporation. Withoutabox Submit to Born in blood the lost secrets of freemasonry Festivals.
The observations, however do not prove conclusive. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery fremeasonry local restaurants. Feb 25, Swatfrog rated it really liked it. The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry 3. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Born in blood the lost secrets of freemasonry argument that attempts to tie the origins of Free Masonry to the Knights Templar. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Although speculative, the book is a well-written fascinating read.
Born in Blood: The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry
Knights Templar fought alongside the Bruce at Bannockburn. Their wealth, their fleet and knights disappeared everywhere except in France. Interesting, with a fairly persuasive argument linking the historical Templars and the present-day Freemasons. The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry.
Toward the end of the book, Robinson demolishes the anti-Masonic arguments made by Stephen Knight in the book “The Brotherhood. This is a very interesting book. Feb 22, Bill rated it it was amazing Shelves: Hi Peter let me know what u think of it.
Write a customer review. Ultimately this book does provide a clearer understanding of Freemasonry’s origins and hidden allegorical meanings. As a result of his research for this book, he became more interested in Freemasonry and subseq John J.
I seccrets this years ago. Many of America’s Founding Fathers were Freemasons and they helped enshrine freedom of religion in the U. His conclusions made sense to me.
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To ask other readers questions about Born in Bloodplease sign up. I highly recommend this book to any Freemason who is interested in understanding our history and practices. Robinson’s last request was to fredmasonry made a Mason and given a proper Masonic Funeral service. Aug 16, Paul Graham rated it really liked it. Robinson presents arguments for this linkage between the Knights Templar and Freemasonry that make sense and are not the tired, fantastical claims blooe I born in blood the lost secrets of freemasonry read elsewhere.
Instead of the hyped-up conspiracy-theory potboiler I’d expected, Robinson presents a series of historical, religious, and linguistic data which strongly support the hypothesis that Freemasons emerged not from the Stone Masons guilds of the Middle Ages, but as a secret mutual protection society in the aftermath of the bloody destruction of the Knights Templar.
The author’s hypothesis sheds copious illumination on a host of previously anomalous events and processes and misunderstood connections.
Views Read Edit View history. His Bio and Books”. A compelling read, this book dispels so many of the myths about Freemasonry.
Jan 29, Hans secerts it really liked it Shelves: Mar 02, Tyler Anderson rated it really liked it Shelves: The book contains very convincing speculation on the origins of Freemasonry after much research. A well written and researched book with some fascinating new knowledge of our past. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Know one knows born in blood the lost secrets of freemasonry the Freemasons were formed but in the early s five lodges got together to form the Grand Lodge of England.
I can’t imagine a better book to understand the beginnings of Freemasonry. Why put us through this?