The Craft and Its Symbols

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10 thoughts on “The Craft and Its Symbols

  1. Emma Emma says:

    I thought this was a good book that brought further light and understanding to some of the precepts of Freemasonry I found that it solidified much of what I all ready knew and believed was true about the Craft I had been wavering in my love of the Fraternity, primarily due to much perceived negativity by some members I was beginning to feel that if so many brothers felt as they did that I might have it all wrong This book helped me to see that what I believed were the teachings of Freemasonr I thought this was a good book that brought further light and understanding to some of the precepts of Freemasonry I found that it solidified much of what I all ready knew and believed was true about the Craft I had been wavering in my love of the Fraternity, primarily due to much perceived negativity by some members I was beginning to feel that if so many brothers felt as they did that I might have it all wrong This book helped me to see that what I believed were the teachings of Freemasonry were true It also did bring up that there may be other brothers that might not be quite ready to embrace the teachings and to accept that they are on their own path with their own truths That reminded me of the Hindu teaching I have related many times, There are many paths up the mountain The only one who is not reaching the top, is the one running around and around telling everyone else they are on the wrong path My path is my path, and theirs is theirs I must constantly remind myself of this teaching


  2. Dave B. Dave B. says:

    The Craft and Its Symbols is a concise 90 page summary exactly 90 pages of the first 3 degrees of Masonry told with respect for the craft and the body of knowledge restricted to an actual Master Mason I recommend this book for any newly made Masons that would like to start the journey of understanding all the meaning and allegory behind the rituals of the first three degrees Fore warning to any non mason this book only provides some context to associate the MM with what they experience thro The Craft and Its Symbols is a concise 90 page summary exactly 90 pages of the first 3 degrees of Masonry told with respect for the craft and the body of knowledge restricted to an actual Master Mason I recommend this book for any newly made Masons that would like to start the journey of understanding all the meaning and allegory behind the rituals of the first three degrees Fore warning to any non mason this book only provides some context to associate the MM with what they experience throughout initiation, passing and raising Always remember 2B1A1 To be one ask one if the reader want to truly understand they should seek out a real person and a desire to learn how to be a better man


  3. Robert Baer Robert Baer says:

    The Craft and It Symbols is an excellent book for newly raised Masons and for those who want a basic knowledge about Freemasonry This book should be used as a study guide to help new brothers understand the three degrees Since it doesn t give away any Masonic secrets , like the site of the world s greatest treasure, which we all know is in New York City under Trinity Church National Treasure The book can be shared with your loved ones and the general public After all Allen Robert s daught The Craft and It Symbols is an excellent book for newly raised Masons and for those who want a basic knowledge about Freemasonry This book should be used as a study guide to help new brothers understand the three degrees Since it doesn t give away any Masonic secrets , like the site of the world s greatest treasure, which we all know is in New York City under Trinity Church National Treasure The book can be shared with your loved ones and the general public After all Allen Robert s daughter and wife assisted him with the book It s also a great refresher for those members who have not been to a meeting in years If your lodge give a gift to newly raised MM consider giving this book


  4. Chuck Springer Chuck Springer says:

    I acquired this book upon recommendation I was surprised and enthralled on how this book goes intodetail of the symbolism of each degree Symbolism is part of our everyday life and many times we take it for granted In this case symbolism is the life blood of the Craft There is so muchto the forms and ceremonies that does not meet the eye But upon further study on the various subjects, it is truly an enriching and intriguing experience I would highly recommend this book, especial I acquired this book upon recommendation I was surprised and enthralled on how this book goes intodetail of the symbolism of each degree Symbolism is part of our everyday life and many times we take it for granted In this case symbolism is the life blood of the Craft There is so muchto the forms and ceremonies that does not meet the eye But upon further study on the various subjects, it is truly an enriching and intriguing experience I would highly recommend this book, especially if you are new to the fraternity, as it will aid you in understandingof the meaning of its contents


  5. Galen Kaback Galen Kaback says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here An essential read for any newly raised masters Gives a great overview of the degree work and adds perspective to the initiation process I enjoyed also the perspective it added to my recent experiences.Each degree is dissected and looked at on a micro level, but also summarized and joined to the whole highly recommend, but only for newly made masters.It will definitely not have appeal to those not participating or at least highly interested in the craft.


  6. Chris Chris says:

    This book was given to me when I became a Master Mason It s all pretty cut and dry about the symbols but very easy to read It was the first book of what would become many about Masonic symbolism in my library.


  7. Nicholas Vettese Nicholas Vettese says:

    Read this book for my masonic education, and although a small easy to read book, I didn t get much out of it I will have to re read it for my report


  8. Ted Ted says:

    This is a very good introduction for the newly made mason For those seekinglight, check out the books by Kirk MacNulty.


  9. John Burchfield John Burchfield says:

    For the newly made Master Mson, this is the one book that you must have.


  10. Greg Van Vorhis Greg Van Vorhis says:

    Useful.


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10 thoughts on “The Craft and Its Symbols

  1. Emma Emma says:

    I thought this was a good book that brought further light and understanding to some of the precepts of Freemasonry I found that it solidified much of what I all ready knew and believed was true about the Craft I had been wavering in my love of the Fraternity, primarily due to much perceived negativity by some members I was beginning to feel that if so many brothers felt as they did that I might have it all wrong This book helped me to see that what I believed were the teachings of Freemasonr I thought this was a good book that brought further light and understanding to some of the precepts of Freemasonry I found that it solidified much of what I all ready knew and believed was true about the Craft I had been wavering in my love of the Fraternity, primarily due to much perceived negativity by some members I was beginning to feel that if so many brothers felt as they did that I might have it all wrong This book helped me to see that what I believed were the teachings of Freemasonry were true It also did bring up that there may be other brothers that might not be quite ready to embrace the teachings and to accept that they are on their own path with their own truths That reminded me of the Hindu teaching I have related many times, There are many paths up the mountain The only one who is not reaching the top, is the one running around and around telling everyone else they are on the wrong path My path is my path, and theirs is theirs I must constantly remind myself of this teaching


  2. Dave B. Dave B. says:

    The Craft and Its Symbols is a concise 90 page summary exactly 90 pages of the first 3 degrees of Masonry told with respect for the craft and the body of knowledge restricted to an actual Master Mason I recommend this book for any newly made Masons that would like to start the journey of understanding all the meaning and allegory behind the rituals of the first three degrees Fore warning to any non mason this book only provides some context to associate the MM with what they experience thro The Craft and Its Symbols is a concise 90 page summary exactly 90 pages of the first 3 degrees of Masonry told with respect for the craft and the body of knowledge restricted to an actual Master Mason I recommend this book for any newly made Masons that would like to start the journey of understanding all the meaning and allegory behind the rituals of the first three degrees Fore warning to any non mason this book only provides some context to associate the MM with what they experience throughout initiation, passing and raising Always remember 2B1A1 To be one ask one if the reader want to truly understand they should seek out a real person and a desire to learn how to be a better man


  3. Robert Baer Robert Baer says:

    The Craft and It Symbols is an excellent book for newly raised Masons and for those who want a basic knowledge about Freemasonry This book should be used as a study guide to help new brothers understand the three degrees Since it doesn t give away any Masonic secrets , like the site of the world s greatest treasure, which we all know is in New York City under Trinity Church National Treasure The book can be shared with your loved ones and the general public After all Allen Robert s daught The Craft and It Symbols is an excellent book for newly raised Masons and for those who want a basic knowledge about Freemasonry This book should be used as a study guide to help new brothers understand the three degrees Since it doesn t give away any Masonic secrets , like the site of the world s greatest treasure, which we all know is in New York City under Trinity Church National Treasure The book can be shared with your loved ones and the general public After all Allen Robert s daughter and wife assisted him with the book It s also a great refresher for those members who have not been to a meeting in years If your lodge give a gift to newly raised MM consider giving this book


  4. Chuck Springer Chuck Springer says:

    I acquired this book upon recommendation I was surprised and enthralled on how this book goes intodetail of the symbolism of each degree Symbolism is part of our everyday life and many times we take it for granted In this case symbolism is the life blood of the Craft There is so muchto the forms and ceremonies that does not meet the eye But upon further study on the various subjects, it is truly an enriching and intriguing experience I would highly recommend this book, especial I acquired this book upon recommendation I was surprised and enthralled on how this book goes intodetail of the symbolism of each degree Symbolism is part of our everyday life and many times we take it for granted In this case symbolism is the life blood of the Craft There is so muchto the forms and ceremonies that does not meet the eye But upon further study on the various subjects, it is truly an enriching and intriguing experience I would highly recommend this book, especially if you are new to the fraternity, as it will aid you in understandingof the meaning of its contents


  5. Galen Kaback Galen Kaback says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here An essential read for any newly raised masters Gives a great overview of the degree work and adds perspective to the initiation process I enjoyed also the perspective it added to my recent experiences.Each degree is dissected and looked at on a micro level, but also summarized and joined to the whole highly recommend, but only for newly made masters.It will definitely not have appeal to those not participating or at least highly interested in the craft.


  6. Chris Chris says:

    This book was given to me when I became a Master Mason It s all pretty cut and dry about the symbols but very easy to read It was the first book of what would become many about Masonic symbolism in my library.


  7. Nicholas Vettese Nicholas Vettese says:

    Read this book for my masonic education, and although a small easy to read book, I didn t get much out of it I will have to re read it for my report


  8. Ted Ted says:

    This is a very good introduction for the newly made mason For those seekinglight, check out the books by Kirk MacNulty.


  9. John Burchfield John Burchfield says:

    For the newly made Master Mson, this is the one book that you must have.


  10. Greg Van Vorhis Greg Van Vorhis says:

    Useful.


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