Antiquity of the Holy Royal Arch: The Supreme Degree in Freemasonry by F. De P. Castells
Antiquity of the Holy Royal Arch: The Supreme Degree in Freemasonry by F. De P. Castells, published in 1927. Sections Include: The Elements of the Royal Arch, A Question of Men and Dates, Speculative Freemasonry, Kabbalism, Our Connection with the Kabbalists, The Hebraic Element, The Geometry of the Royal Arch, The Astronomy of the Royal Arch, The Antiquity of the Royal Arch, The Mystery of Aleph, Beth, Lamed, the Mystery of the J.B.O., The Internal Evidence, Degeneracy, R.A. Mysticism, etc. etc. Ownership stamp of Orval Graves on title page and top of chapter one. Hardcover with light shelfwear to corners and ends.
Masonic Ritual Described, Compared and Explained by W. Bro. J. Walter Hobbs
A Manual of the Lodge; or Monitorial Instruction in the Degrees of Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft, and Master Mason, Arranged in Accordance with the American System of Lectures by Albert Mackey, published in 1862
Richardson’s Monitor of Free-Masonry Being a Practical Guide to The Ceremonies in All the Degrees Conferred in Masonic Lodges, Chapters, Encampments, etc. Explaining the Signs, Tokens and Grips, and Giving All the Words, Pass Words, Sacred Words, Oaths, and Hieroglyphs Used by Masons