Albert Pike
by Albert Pike
published by the Supreme Council of the Thirty Third Degree for the Southern Jurisdiction of the United States Charleston, 1871.
Pike's influence on contemporary Freemasonry is the topic of some debate both both within and outside the Craft. Pike's extensive references to the symbolism,practices,beliefs of religious schools through history and around the world can lead the careless reader into a mistaken idea of what constitutes Freemasonry.


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