posted on May, 8 2011 @ 11:16 AM
Seriously, the book starts out. "In all degrees, salutes should be given, officers rise, or the W. M. uncover, only where specifically directed"
The rest is in a code where the vowels of most words are missing, and it appears to be a guide to ceremonies.
Example of the code...WM- B b clo. O tk y s.
WM- B SW, p t s y tt a p a EA
OK, WM means worshipful master, SW, means senior warden, EA means entered apprentice. "tk y s, means "take your seats". And the B b clo. I
think means "brothers be(come) clothed"
The book is a blue color and the size of a pocket bible. I'm able to translate some of it because the there is a section about visitors to the lodge
that is in code, and written out.