fbpx
Home » Book Reviews
8 04, 2020
  • Sins of Our Masonic Fathers: The lost strength of fewness in American Freemasonry

Sins of Our Masonic Fathers: The lost strength of fewness in American Freemasonry

2020-04-08T11:30:44-04:00April 8th, 2020|Book Reviews, News|

“Sins of Our Masonic Fathers: The lost strength of fewness in American Freemasonry”, by John W. Bizzack, PhD. Reviewed by Cathy Giaimo, Librarian, The Masonic Library and Museum of Pennsylvania. “Sins of Our Masonic Fathers” by Brother John W. Bizzack is an examination of the history of American Freemasonry and its effect on membership. Brother Bizzack makes the point [...]

29 07, 2019

Solomon’s Memory Palace: A Freemason’s Guide to the Ancient Art of Memoria Verborum

2020-01-22T11:47:49-05:00July 29th, 2019|Book Reviews|

“Solomon’s Memory Palace: A Freemason’s Guide to the Ancient Art of Memoria Verborum,” Bob W. Lingerfelt, author. Reviewed by Cathy Giaimo, Librarian, The Masonic Library and Museum of Pennsylvania.Anyone who has spent time, hours probably, trying to memorize lines from a script or their part in degree ritual knows the difficulty of keeping words straight, making a proper entrance or [...]

13 04, 2018
  • Speculative Freemasonry and the Enlightenment

“Speculative Freemasonry and the Enlightenment: A study of the Craft in London, Paris, Prague, Vienna and Philadelphia”

2020-01-22T11:48:15-05:00April 13th, 2018|Book Reviews|

by R. William Weisberger, McFarland, publisherReviewed by Cathy Giaimo, Librarian, The Masonic Library and Museum of PennsylvaniaIn the early 1990s, Dr. R. William Weisberger wrote “Speculative Freemasonry and the Enlightenment: A study of the Craft in London, Paris, Prague, and Vienna.”In this edition, Dr. Weisberger wrote about the interconnectedness of Enlightenment philosophy and 18th century Freemasonry and its influence in [...]

Due to ongoing concerns surrounding the Coronavirus, Grand Master Thomas Gamon, IV is directing that no degree work will be conferred until further notice. All other Lodge activity and building rentals are permitted as long as ALL governmental guidelines are strictly adhered to. Thank you for your understanding of our precautions in making the health and wellbeing of our members a priority. For additional information and current restrictions, please call 215-988-1900.

Go to Top