Masonic Secret Signs and Passwords: The 1856 Edition of Jeremy L. Cross’s The True Masonic Chart 

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Edited and Introduced by Guillermo De Los Reyes

Contrary to what people think about Masonic secrecy, over the centuries a number of books have revealedMasonic Secret Signs and Passwords COVER FRONT ONLY much about what goes on in lodges.  Certainly Jeremy Cross was relied on as a crib for nervous officers when they put on degrees, and his readers were not just the curious, but the Freemasons themselves who wanted to improve their ritual work. Important as a source for Masonic activity in the mid nineteenth century, this volume makes a scarce title available to scholars.

 

Original True Masonic Chart cover

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