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Freemasons: The Hidden History of Freemasonry in the Last 100 Years

Secret Societies, Book 7
Autor: Conrad Bauer
Sprecher: Charles D. Baker
Serie: Secret Societies, Titel 4
Spieldauer: 1 Std. und 33 Min.

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Freemasons have in many ways shaped the world as we know it today. Discover the hidden history of the secret society of Freemasonry in the last 100 years and the conspiracy theories that followed. 

In their three centuries of official existence, Freemasons have been routinely praised and despised, regularly cheered and derided. Some believe that they are a fraternal organization that promotes leadership and good character, while others are convinced that they are a secretive cabal hell-bent on world domination. Mason-backed organizations such as the Shriners are praised for their charitable giving, while other lodges are held in contempt for their secretiveness. 

When it comes to stark dichotomies such as this, the argument to moderation would indicate that the truth lies somewhere in between. Well, fallacious as that argument is, Freemasonry would still be a riveting tale even if it did fall neatly between both sides of the equation! 

In this book we will explore the last 100 years of Freemasonry, as well as the larger implications of Masonic influences and practices. 

We will also discuss Masonry’s latest trends and probable future trajectory. So, if you don’t know already - listen to this book to learn the full story of what really goes on in that quiet, nondescript little lodge on the corner! Because despite what your grandfather may have told you, there is more going on than card games, pancakes, and fish fries! 

Here, in one concise chronological timeline, we uncover the last 100 years of Freemasonry!

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