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    Posted: November/21/2014 at 12:20pm
There are a lot of great books listed in different sections on here but....what's "The One" the book that you always pick up and even though you've read it before, you find something new and makes you go "Ah, Ha, I've never noticed that before!" I realize that everyone has a different style and look for light in there own way but was curious to see how many Brothers pick the same book...for the record I do not believe I've found mine yet..
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Esoterika: The symbolism of the blue degrees of freemasonry
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Scottish rite ritual monitor & guide
The Francken manuscript
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The Meaning of Masonry by Walter Wilmshurst
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Allegheny RAM,#217,PHP
Allegheny Council,#38,PTIM
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Originally posted by NewToLight84 NewToLight84 wrote:

....what's "The One" the book that you always pick up and even though you've read it before, you find something new and makes you go "Ah, Ha, I've never noticed that before!"

My Masonic Bible... the one I received when I was Raised.
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I don't want this to make my lodge sound bad but...I am finally going to get to do my MM Q&A and I was told that I would receive a Bible.. This was the first time I had heard of this from my Lodge they told the tradition of the Bible I would get. I looked at the one currently on the altar and I am very excited to receive it! I think how the WM has his bible at the altar is very very cool..
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Hey there, NewTo..."  I like your little saying at the bottom of your post. It's something we all should remember.

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Thank you! I saw it at the bottom of a very nice story I read..I'll see if I can find the story and post it here. I agree it is something to think about!

Edited by NewToLight84 - November/24/2014 at 8:26am
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The Lost Keys of Freemasonry and Morals and Dogma
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The KJV Holy Bible   ... ref: 1 Kings chap. 20:31-34
https://www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/1-Kings-Chapter-20/

What do you see there as a Mason?     ...  King Solomon's Temple still exist at this time. Doesn't this confirm a 'Brother Hood' did exist.   Ahab was King of Israel from 874-852 AD.  The first Temple was destroyed about 586AD. 
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THE GREEK ORIGINS OF FREEMASONRY (1955) by Jack Nicholas Casavis.
 
others which I find important:
 
FREEMASONRY AND THE DRUIDS ((1823) by William Winwood Reade [a very important author].
 
DRUIDISM IN THE EMBLEMS OF FREEMASONRY by William Winwood Reade.
 
THE AFRICAN ORIGINS OF FREEMASONRY (2005) by Zachary P. Gremillion.
Please Note: I am not a Mason. And also, I am not an anti-Mason!
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