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From the illustrious George Washington and the infamous J. Edgar Hoover to brilliant imaginer Walt Disney and bad boy of baseball Ty Cobb, Freemasons have influenced every aspect of American life. Yet this secret society remains as controversial and mysterious as ever.

In this audiobook, you'll learn the truth about: 

  • The power and meaning behind the symbols, rites, and rituals
  • Alleged connections with Jack the Ripper, the KKK, and the Holy Grail
  • Freemasons vs. the Nazis
  • The centuries-long rivalry with the Catholic Church
  • Freemasonry's growing influence here and abroad 

As the largest - and oldest - fraternal organization, the Freemasons will continue to shape the world we live in for the foreseeable future. With this tell-all guide, you'll unravel the mystery of this intriguing society - one secret at a time!

©2009 Simon & Schuster, Inc. (P)2018 Tantor

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  • 2020-03-04

Very Scattered

This book is pretty terrible overall. The chapters are very chaotic as the author jumps between subjects very quickly only to come around several more times to tell a story the same way again. The book explains the three degrees, Scottish Rite, and York Rite, but then focuses on disproving conspiracies. I'm 100% positive there is a better book out there.

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