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The historical landmarks and other evidences of freemasonry, explained

Oliver, George

The historical landmarks and other evidences of freemasonry, explained

in a series of practical lectures, with copious notes.

by Oliver, George

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Published by Jno.W. Leonard & co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Freemasons -- History.,
  • Freemasonry -- Symbolism.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy the Rev. G. Oliver.
    SeriesThe universal masonic library ... vol. XI-XII ... 1856
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHS425 .O56 1855
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. in 1 :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16569332M
    LC Control Number35029112

    The historical landmarks and other evidences of Freemasonry: explained in a series of practical lectures, with copious notes. Historical Landmarks and Other Evidences of Freemasonry Explained in a Series of Practical Lectures V1 by Rev George Oliver (, Hardcover) Be the first to .

    The historical landmarks and other evidences of freemasonry, explained in a series of practical lectures, with copious notes. History of Freemasonry, Brief History of the Witham Lodge, Lincoln, London, Historical Landmarks and other Evidences of Freemasonry, 2 vols. London, An Apology for the Freemasons, London, The Insignia of the Royal Arch Degree illustrated and explained.

    Masonic landmarks are a set of principles that many Freemasons claim to be ancient and unchangeable precepts of Masonry. Issues of the "regularity" of a Freemasonic Lodge, Grand Lodge or Grand Orient are judged in the context of the landmarks. Because each Grand Lodge is self-governing, with no single body exercising authority over the whole of Freemasonry, the interpretations of these. Albert Mackey presented 25 landmarks, but others reduced the list to 7 or even to 5 principal landmarks, which incorporate Mackey’s twenty other landmarks as subdivisions. The principal landmarks refer either to the organization of the lodge, or to the inner meanings and the ideological or cathedral points of the craft that may be analysed as.


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Arranged on the system which has been enjoined by the Grand Lodge of England, as it was settled by the Lodge of Reconciliation, at the union in by Oliver, George, Pages: a.

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arranged on the system which has been enjoined by the grand lodge of england, as it was settled by the lodge of reconciliation, at the union in /5(2). The Historical Landmarks and other Evidences of Freemasonry, Explained History of the Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons by Henry Stillman and William Hughan Volume 1 Volume 2 History of Freemasonry by Albert G.

Mackey, M.D. 33rd Degree - Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3 Volume 4 Volume 5 Volume 6 Volume 7 The History. However, his reduced Landmarks display four major differences: he provides a different explanation for the Landmarks relating to the belief in a persistence in personality and the Book of the Law and does not include the Landmarks related to the modes of recognition or the equality of all Masons.

Another peculiarity of these Landmarks of Freemasonry is that they are un-repealable. As the Congress to w hich we have just alluded would not have the power to enact a Landmark, so neither would it have the prerogative of abolishing one.

The Landmarks of the Order, like the laws of the Medes and the Persians, can suffer no change. Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Skip to main content. This banner text can have The historical landmarks and other evidences of Freemasonry The historical landmarks and other evidences of Freemasonry by Oliver, George, [from old catalog] Pages: That which had been an impenetrable mystery was clearly explained at the incarnation of HISTORICAL LANDMARKS and the triangular sconces of the encampment ; with the three points, three columns, and three times three symbols of the Sacred Name in the Rose Croix.

We cannot speak of the spiritual side of Freemasonry as Freemasonry is spirituality. The Doctrine of immortality is embedded in the Old Charges our Landmarks and passes through all our degrees. The over riding question for all the degrees and particularly the third degree is.

Mackey, The Principles of Masonic Law: A Treatise on the Constitutional Laws, Usages and Landmarks of Freemasonry (New York: Jonathan R. Neill, ), ix. Oliver, The Historical Landmarks and Other Evidences of Freemasonry, Explained, Vol.

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Top Full text of "The historical landmarks and other evidences of Freemasonry". An early attempt to codify the Landmarks of Freemasonry was made by Albert G. Mackey as an article in the October edition of the American Quarterly Review of Freemasonry (volume ii, page ) entitled "The Foundations of Masonic Law." Mackey later included it in his Text Book.

The Historical Landmarks of Freemasonry - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. The Historical Landmarks and Other Evidences of Freemasonry | This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words.

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2 of 2 Masonry Ilustrated The Complete Ritual of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite Profusely Illustrated by Jonathan Blanchard.The Landmarks of Freemasonry, as compiled by Albert Mackey inare not universally accepted; they are not really landmarks at all.

For example, the system of "three" degrees of Craft Freemasonry isn't a landmark. The Third Degree didn't exist at the time .Title: The Historical Landmarks and Other Evidences of Freemasonry Author: George Oliver Created Date: 1/20/ AM.