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Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry: Annotated Edition - Cloth (Used)
by Pike, Albert
Publisher: Scottish Rite Research Center
Book ID: 9780970874986, 0970874987
Albert Pike's Morals and Dogma: Annotated Edition
By Arturo de Hoyos, 33, G.C., Grand Archivist and Grand Historian; Contributions and Glossary by Rex R. Hutchens, , 33o, G.C., Past Grand Master; Foreword by Ronald A. Seale, 33�, Sovereign Grand Commander.
A Masonic classic! The fundamental sourcebook of Scottish Rite philosophy--now available in a new, user-friendly, and scholarly edition!
First published from 1872 to 1969, "Morals and Dogma" is one of the most insightful works ever prepared for Freemasonry. It is a collection of thirty-two essays which provide a rationale for the Scottish Rite degrees. It encompasses a study of Freemasonry, wise philosophy, ancient mysteries, mythology, ritual, and religion. It serves the useful purpose of putting Masonic morality and ethics within the context of the general society, and bids man to think large--to cast aside the petty concerns of everyday life and to improve ourselves.
This new edition includes the complete original text, but has been fully updated and improved. Spelling errors have been corrected, and it is set in clear, easy-to-read type; it retains the original pagination within the body of the text, while new subject headings and paragraph numbers make finding passages easy!
Approximately 4,000 notes reveal the original sources used by Pike, clarify passages, suggest further reading, and include cross-references. New "ready references" reveal scriptural sources.
Profusely illustrated with many images from the original sources Pike had before him when he prepared the original edition.
New glossary, with primary and secondary bibliographies, and a new index.
A detailed introduction on the history of Morals and Dogma.
Hardbound (8" x 10") with decorative covers, printed in two colors; illustrated, indexed; 1116 pages.
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