The Legend of Hiram Abiff

Foundations of Freemasonry Series
Narrated by: Michael Strader
Length: 55 mins
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Famed writer Manly P. Hall explores the symbolism of the most famous Master of the Builders. He continues to delve into the Hiramic legend and how it connects with other cultures and similar myths. He examines the name Hiram as compared to the name CHiram and looks at the esoteric meaning behind the Hebrew letters, which compose the name. He examines the role of the three ruffians and shows examples of the three men as symbols in other myths. And, numerous other topics surround the man who is the focal point of our mysteries. All in all, this is valuable information for the masonic initiate.

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a solid lesson

a great book and a perfect Masonic lesson. love it and will play it over and over

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Educational for anyone

loved it but the ending was slow and getting hard to understand. Educational for those who live that life style.

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Pagan god worship!

Anyone who studies the scriptures can see the plagerism in these pagan stories presented here.

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fantastic companion guide

An excellent perspective and history , but the narrator's cadence takes some getting used to.