by Brother Robert Lomas
You’re heard about their secret meetings, their mysterious symbols, and their special handshakes. Are they a religion? A cult? Was George Washington really a member? Do their symbols really appear on the dollar bill? Who are the Freemasons? Where do they come from? What do they believe in?
In Freemasonry For Beginners, bestselling author and historian Brother Robert Lomas takes you ?behind the scenes and back in time to reveal the origins, symbols, rituals, organization, and philosophy of Masonic fraternalism. He explains the history and traditions of Freemasonry from its Scottish roots, expansion in Europe, and early days in North America all the way to the Masonic Lodge on the Moon.
Dr. Robert Lomas became a Freemason in 1986 and quickly established himself as a popular lecturer on Masonic history before co-authoring the international best-seller The Hiram Key. He currently lectures in Information Systems at Bradford University School of Management in Yorkshire, United Kingdom.
6 x 9 inches, ?176 pages