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    1. richard r blake
      Bridgman, MI
      Age: Over 65
      Gender: male
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      A Look at the History and Teaching of Free Masonry
      December 23, 2011
      richard r blake
      Bridgman, MI
      Age: Over 65
      Gender: male
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      Dr. Ana Mendez-Ferrell has thoroughly researched the history and teaching of the tenets of Free Masonry for her book "The Dark Secret of G.A. O. T. U." It is her purpose to disclosure the science, philosophy, legends, and myths of this secret society. She looks at Freemasonry's general principles, symbolism, and rites as fundamentally pagan in origin.

      I found the information and illustrations in reference to the symbols, oaths, and initiations especially enlightening. I was not aware of the far reaching impact Free Masonry has on national leaders throughout the world and the potential power this impact wields.

      The final chapter is dedicated to anyone caught up in Freemasonry and its influence seeking freedom and deliverance from the power it holds over the individual.

      Invaluable information is included in the book's Appendix, including: The History of Freemasonry which lists the thirty three degrees of the Order. The Bibliography and End-Notes included provide additional resources for further reading and study.

      Dr. Mendez-Ferrell is articulate, concerned, and convincing. "The Dark Secret of G.A. O. T. U." is a wake-up call to the dangers and deception behind Free Masonry

      A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own. As reviewed for Midwest Book Review.
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