2 edition of Speculative Masonry found in the catalog.
A. S. MacBride
|Statement||by A. S. MacBride.|
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Jan 01, · Bacon Masonry book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Kessinger Publishing is the place to find hundreds of thousands of rare and 4/5. Jul 09, · In this book, Charles B. Jameux shows that this hermetic reworking of the classical art of memory was no mystery to operative Masons, who grafted it onto their own rituals, catalyzing the transformation of operative Masonry into speculative Masonry. He shows how the hieroglyphic writing used during the Renaissance in the art of memory provided.
A system of speculative masonry, in its origin, patronage, dissemination, principles, duties, and ultimate designs, laid open for the examination of the serious and candid: being a course of lectures, exhibited before the Grand Chapter of the state of New by Town, Salem. Paperback. New. Lang: eng, Pages Reprinted in with the help of original edition published long back. Speculative Masonry (which is but another name for Freemasonary in its modern acceptation) may be briefly defined as the scientific application and the religious consecration of the rules and principles, the language, the implements and materials of operative Masonry to the veneration of God, the purification of the heart, and the inculcation.
They set a bad example to the younger Masons - they discourage the growth of Masonic literature - they drive intellectual men, who would be willing to cultivate Masonic science, into other fields of labor - they depress the energies of our writers - and they debase the character of Speculative Masonry as a branch of mental and moral philosophy. Light on Masonry: A Collection of All the Most Important Documents on the Subject of Speculative Free Masonry; Embracing the Reports of the Western. Abduction of William Morgan (Classic Reprint) by Bernard, David and a great selection of related books, art .
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Speculative Masonry by A. MacBride (Author), Joseph Fort Newton (Introduction) ISBN Author: A. MacBride. Apr 19, · Manual of the Eastern Star: Containing the Symbols, Scriptural Illustrations, Lectures, etc. Adapted to the System of Speculative Masonry [Robert Macoy] on steinrenovationanddesigngroup.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The secret cyphers and ritual books of the Eastern Star as well as of other fraternal societies inevitably make their way to the shelves of antiquarian book dealers/5(25).
Apr 14, · Speculative Masonry its mission, its evolution, and its landmarks by A. Macbride. Published by D. Gilfillan in steinrenovationanddesigngroup.com by: 1. A System of Speculative Masonry: In Its Origin, Patronage, Dissemination, Principles, Duties, and Ultimate Designs, Laid Open for the Examination of the Serious and Candid: Being a Course of Lectures, Exhibited Before the Grand Chapter of the State of New-York, at Their Annual Meetings, Held in Temple Chapter Room, in the City of Albany.
Speculative Masonry By A. MacBride Kingsport, Tennessee: Southern Publishers., (); ppillustrated with drawings. Hardcover. Two pages dog-eared upper corner, 30 pages have some faint underling and notations written in pencil, foxing, otherwise VG+ tightly bound condition.
speculative masonry its evolution. chapter i. origins ascribed to masonry. the historical difficulties, 2. some of the theories advanced, 3. its evolution most likely along the lines of operative building, chapter ii. ancient symbolism and mysteries. 1- antiquity of masonic symbolism, 2.
the ancient mysteries, chapter iii. That Speculative Masonry is the offspring of the ancient corporations of Builders and Masons, there cannot be a doubt. It possesses all the venerable forms of those old societies, their rituals, and their language of signs and symbols.
Scarlet Book of Free Masonry by Redding in Scarlet Book of Freemasonry by M W Redding. Science and The infinite by S. Klein. Speculative Masonry by A S Macbride. Spirit of Masonry (Newton) by J F Newton. Spirit of Masonry (Oliver) by W Hutchinson.
Spurious Ecstasy by Wilmshurst. For my own part I do not believe in the "club theory" of the origin of Speculative Masonry, but the matter is offered here as an example of those theories which look toward outside influences as explaining the transformation of Operative Freemasonry into Speculative, and as a suggestion to students that they investigate a fascinating field.
“The labor of the righteous tendeth to life: the fruit of the wicked to sin.” Prov. Certain writers about Freemasonry emphatically declare that Masons were originally builders, or men who were skilled at fashioning stone for the builder’s use. For them, the phrase operative masonry refers to men from a certain period in history [ ].
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Speculative Masonry. By Speculative Masonry Masons learn to subdue the passions, act upon the Square, keep a tongue of good report, maintain secrecy, and practice charity. It is so far interwoven with religion as to lay masons under obligations to pay that rational homage to the Deity which at once constitutes their duty and their happiness.
Speculative Freemasonry, in its truer sense therefore, is cooperating with the Grand Lodge on High in the work of the revelation of spirit through the medium of the outer form, and if we can understand that then we can understand the truer meaning of Operative Freemasonry.
Speculative masonry, individuals who do not work with stone and who instead work in the more philosophical realms, use the tools and skills of operative masons as metaphors for living a good life. One of the more common uses that appears in popular language is "on the level". Masonic Books: Here you will find books that are part of this website.
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I want to keep them free, but need some support to be able to do so. It is the observation point on which the Masonic Historian stands, as he looks backward into the mists of uncertainties and speculation, and on which he looks forward through two hundred years of recorded growth and achievements.
This basic point lies just this side of tradition and uncertainty. Nagy concludes his book with a chapter on Speculative Masonry and why the term Speculative may be a misnomer.
I have to say that this is my favorite Building book by Coach Nagy so far. This is where the Master Mason gets down to the nitty-gritty.
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We have new and used copies available, in 6 editions - starting at $ Shop now.Nov 12, · Richard Carlile - Manual Of Freemasonry Here is Light! This book is the CLASSIC EXPOSITION OF ENGLISH FREEMASONRY. Originally published injust twelve years after the organization of the United Grand Lodge of England, this works boasts the most complete collection of early versions of the English masonic rituals available under a single cover.