Wilmshurst Revisited: The Meaning of Masonry

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Descriptions : Michael Oliver brings a breath of fresh air to a subject that is all too often veiled in inaccuracies mystery and deliberate distortion br br In Wilmshurst Revisited he has revised and updated the ublication of Victorian freemason Walter Leslie Wilmshurst to better fit the modern eye and ear while faithfully preserving Wilmshurst s objectives br br As the reader will discover no so called secrets are revealed there are none of any moment to reveal But what is portrayed is the height to which the human soul may be raised and the intellectual effort necessary to accomplish this since the possibility first occurred to mankind br br As in Wilmshurst s original ublication The Meaning of Masonry Wilmshurst Revisited consists of five major sections all of which have been reworked and rewritten to make the original work more accessible to a modern audience br br Wilmshurst Revisted begins with a commentary on the current position and potential of the Masonic Order and is followed by a discussion of symbolism as used to illustrate Masonic principles The third section focuses on the philosophy of Masonry br br There is a major section on The Holy Royal Arch of Jerusalem considered by those who follow English Freemasonry to be the apogee of The Craft as the Order is familiarly known Wilmshurst Revisited finishes with a study of the relationship Freemasonry has with the Ancient Mysteries of China India Egypt and Greece br br Michael Oliver was initiated into Freemasonry in Sri Lanka in He has lived in Eritrea Kenya Jamaica Ghana Sri Lanka Bermuda Barbados and Saudi Arabia With the exception of the latter country he has been actively involved in Freemasonry since Sri Lanka including three years in Cornwall He is a Past Provincial Grand Officer in the Provinces of Dorset and Hampshire and Isle of Wight He now lives with his wife Penny in the village of Bransgore on the edge of the New Forest br br

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