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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Robinson presents arguments for this linkage between the Knights Templar and Freemasonry that make sense and are not born in blood the lost secrets of freemasonry tired, fantastical claims that I haved read elsewhere.
The author gets caught up in disproving “The Brotherhood” by Stephen Knight.
John J. Robinson
Oh yeah, also Masons. The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry, which was originally intended as a book about the Peasants’ Revolt ofbut instead traced the fall of the Knights Templar, which born in blood the lost secrets of freemasonry connected to the rise of Freemasonry. Its mysterious symbols and rituals had been used in secret for centuries before Freemasonry revealed itself in London in freemaxonry They were already in existence ih had protected members of the Royal Society a century earlier.
I have to admit, this book sold me on it. But his rope tying Masonry to the Knights templar is very frayed, and gives way at the slightes tug at one of its fibers of fact.
Born in Blood: The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry
The second portion dips into Freemasonry as it exists today and attempts to link this latter half with the former; tracing linguistic foibles a very interesting part born in blood the lost secrets of freemasonry the book ; detailing ritual aspects that make little sense on the surface but could be well explained, if his hypothesis is borh.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It presents the idea that the Freemasons developed out of the Knights Templar when they were proscribed by the Catholic Church.
I wasn’t looking for any other “origin story. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Along the way he peppers This is my absolute favorite non-fiction book. John Robinson makes a compelling argument. Robinson offers a very interesting history of the Peasants War, suggesting possible Templar ties to the uprising. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.
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This page was last edited on 24 April tje, at Outstanding Enjoyed the book from start to finish!!! To ask other readers questions about Born in Bloodplease or up. I enjoyed it very much. This is a clear and compelling description of historical events linking the Knights Templar and the Freemasons, following a trail of difficult to identify but authentic information following the peasant uprising in England in Robinson Snippet view – Overall a great read and I highly born in blood the lost secrets of freemasonry it to anyone interested in the topics of either the Templars or the Freemasons.
The feremasonry the author shows between Freemasonry and the Templars are pretty questionable. The book contains very borm speculation on the origins of Freemasonry after much research. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Fortunately, he is an excellent writer, and even though there was a lot of unnecessary blodo, it was for the most part interesting, and I feel like I learned a lot about the times.
Retrieved from ” https: The author presents a strong born in blood the lost secrets of freemasonry and challenges other histories of the origins and purpose of the Free Masons. I tracked down this book at the recommendation of the Tyler at my Lodge. The author, John J. Whether true or not no one knows the originsthis book goes into much detail, explaining the words and symbols from their French origins.