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Freemason Symbols And More

allenaAllena on 09/22/2009

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FreemasonSymbolsAndMore Photo Whereas Freemasons have been around since the late 16th century, many observers do not know the difference between guys who build with stone and concrete, the Knights Templar, and other brotherhoods that believe in a supreme being.

Freemasons include in their historic membership: John Wayne, Peter Sellers, Roy Rogers, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Franz Liszt, Al Jolson, W. C. Fields, Clark Gable, Nat "King" Cole, Irving Berlin, William "Count" Bassie, Arthur Conan Doyle, Alex Haley, Marc Chagall, Sugar Ray Robinson, Bart Starr, Cy Young, Drs. William and Charles Mayo, Louis Stokes, Paul Revere, Davey Crockett, "Mark Twain", John Jacob Astor, Wally Schirra, John Joseph "Blackjack" Pershing, George C. Marshall, Audie Murphy, Senator Robert Byrd, Jack Kemp, Mariano Batista, Simon Bolivar, King George IV, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Lyndon Baines Johnson. There are many many more.

With the publishing of the latest Dan Brown book, "The Lost Symbol" the era of hiding in public will be transformed into a whole new bevy of rumors and legends.

The Grand Lodges, particularly the one near Washington D.C. are girding for an influx of tourists. Anyone who has been on one of the "Da Vinci Tours" in Paris knows how lucrative this tourist attraction has become.

Dan Brown was not publishing while he fought many law suits regarding plagiarism. Random House and Dan Brown won the suits alleging copyright infringement. No doubt, both the author and the publisher have been exceedingly careful in this new book about Washington D.C. establishments and Masonry.

This quiz is not about the book. In fact, you would do well to take this quiz before you read the book. Knowing ahead of time that what you have always suspected is in fact true, is quite refreshing.

There is no way to ask about the book without giving away one of the best plots being published this year. Press on. You will enjoy this piece of information about Masonry.
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Comments (3)
Kokojo  (Level: 52.5)
Sat, 24th Oct '09 6:58 PM

Some answers are not exactly correct. True Masons have never printed a book which explains or tells all rituals.

Stellamirus  (Level: 192.5)
Wed, 23rd Sep '09 9:29 PM

Fascinating subject. I'm in the early chapters of Dan Brown's book right now.

Nanpaulhus  (Level: 144.7)
Wed, 23rd Sep '09 3:11 PM

Awesome quiz, I obviously learned a lot (since I only achieved one correct answer). Thanks!

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