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This is Albert Pikes' volume of lectures on the esoteric roots of Freemasonry, specifically the 32-degree Scottish Rite. Until 1964, this book was given to every Mason completing the 14th degree in the Southern jurisdiction of the US Scottish Rite Freemasons.

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Finally!!!!!!! Thank you

Thought this day would never come, made my day to see it on audio once and for all

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An amazing and insightful must read

I would encourage this book to anyone who has allowed the fear mongering of anti-masonic sentimentalists to cloud th perceptions. I would encourage anyone seeking the existential truth of our own divine nature.

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Great for Master Craftsman Philosophy

This is a great help to all those working on the Master Craftsman Programs. I highly recommend.

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The keys to Free the Mason from condemnation

To begin it's
Quite wordy, it's repetitive at times and seemingly contradictory ( as all seekers doctrines are ) Add Pikes freely woven interpretation stated as fact and you still have a monumental piece of work everyone should take the time to read and earlier in life than later.
One may feel small or meek to find such brilliant examples of how one should carry themselves in every aspect of his or hers lives if they were to come upon it in their twilights
It's sad that this book gets labeled as satanic or evil. No one verse carries any books true meaning. And M & D's truth is deliberitley cloaked in darkness to keep it's secrets and truth lost forever..