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      Secret
      Societies
      A Discussion of Their
      Character and Claims
      by
      David Macdill


      Secret Societies

      A Discussion of Their Character and Claims

      by David Macdill and Jonathan Blanchard

      Excerpt


      1. Secret associations are of very ancient origin. They existed among the ancient Egyptians, Hin doos, Grecians, Romans, and probably among nearly all the pagan nations of antiquity. This fact, how ever, is neither, proof of their utility nor of their harmlessness. Slavery, despotism, cruelty, drunken ness, falsehood, and all sorts of sins and crimes have.

      Book Details


      PIBN10200261
      ISBN978-1-4400-6515-6
      ISBN (Hardcover)978-0-484-88535-5
      LanguageEnglish
      CategoryFreemasonry
      Pages92
      Words17225
      Vocabulary1353

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