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Our Masonic presidents

L. Randall Rogers

Our Masonic presidents

by L. Randall Rogers

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Published by Texian Press in Waco, TX .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Presidents -- United States -- Biography.,
    • Freemasons -- United States -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 165-173).

      Statementby L. Randall Rogers.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE176.1 .R65 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 175 p. :
      Number of Pages175
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL483688M
      LC Control Number98211878

        Masonic Presidents It is reported that Lyndon B. Johnson (U.S. President , rated “Average – high”, #10 out of 36) was a Freemason in the sense that he took the Entered Apprentice, or 1st Degree, but did not continue to the 2nd and 3rd degrees. Washington was the unanimous choice for president and John Adams, a non-Mason, was chosen vice-president. On Ap , Washington took the oath of office as President of the United States administered by Chancellor Robert B. Livingston, Grand Master of the grand Lodge of New York.

      The former president of the association, Bernard Saugey [senator of The Republicans, a center-right political party, and openly a Freemason], once said: “If I play my role well, parliamentarians.   This one is not in the history books. John Quincy Adams, the sixth president of the United States, wrote a letter to W.L. Stone which is one of the most devastating analyses of Masonry on record and demonstrates clearly, by a man who should know, the extent of the festering cancer in our courts and newspapers.

        “Freemasonry, the oldest and most powerful secret society in the history of the world, had planted firm roots in early-day America and even played a significant role in the American Revolution. It played an even greater role in the subsequent French Revolution, which initially was greeted with great joy and approval in the United number of Masonic lodges grew and membership increased. Jun 9, - Explore dlbbcannon's board "U. S. MASONIC PRESIDENTS" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Presidents, Famous freemasons and Freemason pins.


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Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ — $ Paperback $/5(1). Addeddate Identifier Our_Masonic_Presidents Identifier-ark ark://t6tx5xx1v Ocr ABBYY FineReader Pages 9 Ppi. OUR MASONIC PRESIDENTS. William L. Boyden, P.M., Librarian of the Supreme Council, A.A.S.R., S.J., a Masonic historian of tireless energy and scholarly ability, was author of that classic of the Craft, “Masonic Presidents, Vice Presidents, and signers of the Declaration of Independence” on which this Bulletin has drawn heavily.

Other presidents who took their oath of office with this Bible are Warren G. Harding, Dwight D. Eisenhower and Jimmy Carter.

Regarding Lyndon B. Johnson, here is a footnote from another Freemason article, United States Masonic Presidents on the website. Lyndon B. Johnson President / Our Masonic presidents book Adams, John Q.

Letters and Opinions of the Masonic Institution. Lorenzo Stratton publishers, Cincinnati, Boyden, William L. "Our Masonic Presidents." The Short Talk Bulletin. Masonic Service Association of the United States.

July Cerza, Alphonse. Our Masonic presidents book. Missouri Lodge of Research, Coil, Henry W. Coil's Masonic. The Great Masonic Library is a collection of out-of-print Masonic books from some of the most respected authors of the 18th and 19th centuries.

Lost in the mists of time, with expired copyrights and a dwindling interest in Freemasonry over the centuries. William Mckinley: Our 25th President was prompted to seek Masonic membership when he observed the fraternal kindnesses being exchanged among Masons in the Union and Confederate Armies during the Civil War.

Theodore Roosevelt: Often expressing his interest in Freemasonry, Roosevelt visited lodges at home and abroad. Since the office was established in44 men have served as President of the United these, 14 (roughly one-third) are known to have been freemasons, beginning with the nation's first president, George Washington, and most recently the 38th president, Gerald R.

Ford. As A.P. Bentley wrote in his book History of the Abduction of William Morgan and the Anti-Masonic Excitement ofThe two men “entered into partnership to.

Anti Masonic Party in the United StatesThe () Waite, Arthur Edward. New Encyclopedia of Freemasonry, A () Walkes, Joseph A. Black Square and Compass () Prince Hall Masonic Quiz Book, A () Ward, John Sebastian Marlowe.

Freemasonry and The Ancient Gods () An Interpretation Of Our Masonic Symbols (). In President Richard Nixon proclaimed one single federal holiday, Presidents' Day, honoring all past presidents of the United States of America to be observed on the third Monday of February.

While many Masons know about the Masonic affiliation of Brother George Washington, thirteen other Presidents have also been Masons. President’s Message, Issue #34, The Journal of The Masonic Society How good and how pleasant it is by Kenneth W. Davis, FMS. I’m recently back from one the most interesting and informative Masonic events of my life, the Annual Conference of The Masonic Society, which took place Octoberin beautiful Morgan Hill, California.

President / Master Mason Our 32nd President was born at Hyde Park, New York, Janu He was initiated in Holland Lodge No.8, New York City, October 10th, passed November 14th and raised Novem He received the Scottish Rite degrees in Albany, New York, Febru United States Presidents and The Masonic Power Structure.

By: Robert Howard. Ezekiel, Introduction. I have always seen list's of famous Masons. To just look at the name means very little. When you date and place those names in the proper time line and placement of power you begin to see the deception and vastness of this power elite.

Masonic temples and secret rituals have brought them into conflict with the Catholic Church. The Church first condemned the freemasons in and has gone on to issue around 20 decrees against.

the masonic portrait of brother general george washington. original pastel portrait from life by william williams, philadelphia, septemberpainted at the request of alexandria lodge, no.

39, a. m., warranted by the grand lodge of pennsylvania, february 3. MASONIC PRESIDENTS PLACEMATS No. - Showing our 14 Masonic Presidents plus many other prominent Masons - Printed in the flag colors of red and blue on good quality paper - Size 11" x 17" - Priced per Price $ Ben Franklin was a Master Mason in Philadelphia when he published the first Masonic publication in the New World, The Book of Constitutions, in Did Masons participate in the Revolutionary War.

Masons played an important part in the formation of the United States and especially in the Revolutionary War and the events that led up to this war. Books shelved as freemasonry: Born in Blood: The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry by John J. Robinson, Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish R.

An overwhelming number of the world’s best and brightest have been or are Freemasons. These groups give you far from a comprehensive list — they’re just a sampling: Founding fathers: America’s most famous Freemason, George Washington was initiated inin Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Other founding fathers who were also Masons include Benjamin Franklin, Marquis de [ ].The 47th Proposition of Euclid 47th Problem of Euclid.

In the Year ( B.C.E.), Anno Mundi, which was years after the building of King Solomon’s Temple, Euclid, the celebrated geometrician, was born. Euclid has been always associated with the history of Freemasonry, and in the reign of Ptolemy Soter, the Order is said to have greatly flourished in Egypt, under his auspices.the purchase of Masonic books and his time in reading them.

But there are few men who have the means, the time, and the inclination for the purchase of numerous books, some of them costly and difficult to be obtained, and for the close and attentive reading of them which is necessary to master any given subject.

It was this thought.