The Royal Secret

The Royal Secret

by I. Edward Clark

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A fascinating book on Symbolism and Astrology of Freemasonry first published in 1923.

“Away back in 1887, when the city of Alpena was located in the heart of one of the lumber districts of Michigan, Hopper Lodge, U. D. (now No. 386), of that city was pleased to honor me with membership in due and ancient form.

“In those days, or at least in that Lodge, there was no horseplay; and I was so impressed with the work that I resolved to master all the lectures, which I did. The part which interested me the most was the one which I could learn the least about. I would have sacrificed a five-dollar note to learn why Pythagoras sacrificed a hecatomb, and would have given as much to anyone who would explain the mystery surrounding the 47th Problem of Euclid, as depicted on the lecture chart. When inquiry failed me, I made diligent search and finally discovered the KEY OF THE HOUSE OF DAVID, through the knowledge of which I was enabled to penetrate the allegorical veil, just as Pythagoras did five hundred years before the Christian era.

“On the night of my initiation I was told that Freemasonry was founded on the Bible, and all its secrets were hidden therein. In my research work I discovered that the true secrets of Freemasonry were written in the stars and the book of nature, and a knowledge of astronomy and astrology was necessary to lift the allegorical veil. Upon obtaining this knowledge I discovered that the Bible was founded upon the same law as Freemasonry, i.e., the stars and the book of nature.”—Author’s Foreword

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781787206700
Publisher: Muriwai Books
Publication date: 07/11/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 387
Sales rank: 931,076
File size: 11 MB
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About the Author

Edward Clark (1861-c. 1930) was an American freemason and author. Born in 1861, in 1887 he joined the Masons in Hooper Lodge U.D. (now No. 386) in Alpena, Michigan.

Mr. Clark was a resident of Louisville, Kentucky and died around 1930.

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