Ahiman: A Review Of Masonic Culture And Tradition, Volume 1

Ahiman: A Review Of Masonic Culture And Tradition, Volume 1

  • Publish Date: 2010-06-24
  • Binding: Paperback
Brand: Plumbstone
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Ahiman is a new periodical anthology of Masonic writing, offering a serious exploration of the rich initiatic traditions of Freemasonry. Edited by Masonic scholar Shawn Eyer, Ahiman is dedicated to stimulating scholarship, penetrating interpretation and inspiring creative expressions focused upon the history, rituals, symbolism, iconography and philosophy of Freemasonry. Carefully researched and lavishly produced, each edition of Ahiman offers important material of interest to Freemasons and other students of Western esoteric traditions.

A Spiritual Vision of the Liberal Arts and Sciences by Thomas D. Worrel
The Memory Lodge: Practicing the Art of Memory by Erik L. Arneson
The Allegory of the Cave by Plato
Thomas Starr King: Apostle of Liberty, Brother of the Craft by Adam G. Kendall
An Angle of Perfect Sincerity by Shawn Eyer
Masonic Initiation & Plato's Allegory of the Cave by David E. Stafford
Silence and Solemnity in Craft Freemasonry by Shawn Eyer

Literature & Verse
Jabbok by Erik O'Neal
Before Dawn by Shawn Eyer

Charge by Greg Maier
A Lodge Salutatory by Robert G. Davis
A Song of Degrees: The Aspirant by W.L. Wilmshurst
First Initiation by Mounir Hanafi
The Vision of Ahiman by Lawrence Dermott, 1756
The Geometry of Character by Joseph Fort Newton, 1927
Our Conscious Temple by Thomas Starr King, 1863

Tracing Boards of the Three Degrees in Craft Freemasonry Explained by Julian Rees (S. Eyer)
Western Esotericism and Rituals of Initiation by Henrik Bogdan (Brian Hodges)

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