3 edition of Shakespeare, creator of freemasonry found in the catalog.
Shakespeare, creator of freemasonry
|Statement||by Alfred Dodd.|
|LC Classifications||PR3069.F7 D6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p.l., 9-283,  p.|
|Number of Pages||283|
|LC Control Number||37014894|
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In the last century a Baconian enthusiast called Alfred Dodd wrote a book (no longer available) asserting that Shakespeare was actually ‘the founder’ of Freemasonry. This folly aside, he did also provide a large body of evidence from the plays pointing to Shakespeare’s inside knowledge of Masonry. Freemasonry is a fraternity within a fraternity- an outer organization concealing an inner brotherhood of the elect. Before it is possible to intelligently discuss the origin of the Craft, it is necessary, therefore, to establish the existence of these two separate yet interdependent .
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Shakespeare Creator of Freemasonry - Alfred Dodd - Google Books Being a remarkable examination of the plays and poems, which proves incontestably that these works were saturated in Masonry, that 5/5(1).
"SHAKESPEARE CREATOR OF FREEMASONRY" Is the title of an incredible book by Alfred Dodd that reveals incontestably proof that the Great Shakespeare Folio of are saturated in Masonry, and that William Shakespeare was not only a Freemason, but no less than the founder of the Shakespeare himself.
Shakespeare: Creator Of Freemasonry Hardcover – January 1, by Alfred Dodd (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Alfred Dodd. Shakespeare, creator of freemasonry; being a remarkable examination of the plays and poems, which proves incontestably that these works were saturated in masonry, that Shakespeare was a Freemason and the founder of the fraternity.
14 rows SHAKESPEARE CREATOR OF FREEMASONRY Being a Remarkable Examination of the. In Past Master Alfred Dodd published a book that purported to contain evidence linking William Shakespeare with the creation of Freemasonry In the book, Shakespeare: Creator of Freemasonry, Dodd focuses on the Masonic symbolism in two plays, Love’s Labours Lost and The Tempest.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery creator of freemasonry book eligible s: 1. In Past Master Alfred Dodd published a book that purported to contain evidence linking William Shakespeare with the creation of Freemasonry, an international secret society built around an interest in esoteric knowledge, including the ancient art of alchemy.
intriguing to Freemasons. The birth of 'modern' Freemasonry is thereby subtly linked to Shakespeare, and it was in Shakespeare's time that the origins of modern speculative Freemasonry would seem to lie.
Most importantly, the Shakespeare plays and poems bear. Shakespeare and Freemasonry by William Norman M’Daniel, from suggests something similar: Hence, to read these plays as mere stories in dramatic form, filled in with many wise reflections, is to miss their real character.
The Tempest may be read simply as such a story, and even as having a moral purpose. Freemasonry, the teachings and practices of the secret fraternal order of Free and Accepted Masons, the largest worldwide secret society. Spread by the advance of the British Empire, Freemasonry remains most popular in the British Isles and in other countries originally within the empire.
Freemasons and Rosicrucians have long claimed William Shakespeare as one of their own, because Masonic/Rosicrucian themes and imagery pervade the Bard’s plays and poetry. For example, in his book Shakespeare: Creator of Freemasonry. The source Bushby gives is by an author named Alfred Dodd who wrote some rather peculiar books like Shakespeare: Creator of Freemasonry.
(He also appeals to "original documents" in the British museum that allegedly prove this, but are conveniently unquoted and unreferenced otherwise.). article on "Freemasonry" was written by William James Hughan, recently deceased, a recognized authority on questions pertaining to Masonry.
After noting that the Mother Grand Lodge is that of England, which was inaugurated in the. Author of Francis Bacon's personal life-story, Shakespeare Creator of Freemasonry, The marriage of Elizabeth Tudor, The ballad of the iron cross, Secret Shakespeare, Who was Shake-speare?, Martyrdom of Francis Bacon, The Elizabethan Age and the Queen's Secret.
Shakespeare Creator of Freemasonry. Is the title of an incredible book by Alfred Dodd that reveals incontestably proof that the Great Shakespeare Folio of are saturated in Masonry, and that William Shakespeare was not only a Freemason, but no less than the founder of the Fraternity himself.
The secret Shake-speare; being the missing chapter from "Shakespeare, creator of freemasonry" in which the identity of Shake-speare is plainly declared, together with many curious secret messages of profound interest to all lovers of literature, to Elizabethan students and freemasons in particular.
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London: Rider & Co, ) "The Books of Anderson, however, are almost universally accepted by the Masonic fraternity as containing a true history of Freemasonry, at least from the time our review commences , and the Ancient Charges, especially those contained in the edition.
“In anything written by Shakespeare was in great demand—the quartos of the plays were reprinted over and over again.” “If these Sonnets had been published in then there would have been so great a demand for the work of a popular writer as Shakespeare that this book of Sonnets would have been reprinted again and again.
Shakespeare Sonnet Proof Shakespeare was a Freemason By Richard Allan Wagner. When I was initiated into the Freemasonic Fraternity, I was immediately struck by the uncanny similarity between the words in Masonic Ritual and the words in the Shakespearean plays and sonnets.The Text Book of Freemasonry - Unknown - The Textbook of Cryptic Masonry - J Chase - The Theocratic Philosophy of Freemasonry - G Oliver - The True Ahiman Rezon - Dermott - The True Masonic Chart Or Hyroglyphic Monitor - J Cross - The True Principles and Precepts of Freemasonry - C Martyn - (c) he was the creator of modern “Speculative Freemasonry” along with the Hiramic myth.
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