posted on May, 31 2004 @ 01:11 PM
I'm afraid you're incorrect in your belief about what "Born in Blood" means. First of all, it's the name of a book about the origins in
Freemasonry. I would reccomend that anyone who wishes to become a Mason not read this book, because it talks a lot about Masonic rituals, and
it may "ruin" the experience of initiation for you.
That said, I don't think it's a bad book. It's much more well-researched than "The Hiram Key" or HBHG, or anything along those lines.
Nonetheless, I feel the book does reach at points. If you want to read something really good by the same author, I'd read "The Pilrgim's
Path," in which, I feel, he's scrupulously careful to make sense and take things one step at a time.
As for King Solomon, let's remember that Masonic Rituals are symbolic... the things described in them did not necessarily happen, and they may be in
the ritual to symbolise something else. I'm sure King Solomon was a great man, but let's make sure that the sources of information we use to find
out about him are credible.