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If it were given to all Masons, it wouldn't be so rare now, would it?
Originally posted by serenecalamityz
A few years back I bumped into an old work mate we started talking about the boss and my mate asked me if I had known he was a freemason? I told him I hadn't known.
Today when I looked at the book I had to wonder again why did he give it to me especially as I now know how valuable it is, and now after reading so much about freemasonary and the occults I wonder is this book given to all Masons?
It would not be in violation of copyright to reproduce a few pages of the book, or its illustrations for purposes of review, critique or discussion. That falls clearly within "Fair Use".
Originally posted by Maxmars
Would love to see such a tome....
I would suggesting someone scan or take digital pictures of it, maybe one of the greater or lesser seals for the purposes of identifying the source, but I don't know if that would be a copyright violation....
originally posted by: TheLivingEd
a reply to: NightSkyeB4Dawn
Yes, lying can have unexpected and undesirable outcomes.