The True Story Behind the Solomon Key
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The Freemasons were the leading lights in the American, the French, and the Italian Revolutions. In Britain, they represented the high command of the armies in the Protestant versus Catholic wars in Northern Ireland and Jacobite Scotland. They also led Napoleon’s conquest of Europe. Often held to be conspirators against the state, they became the pillars of the establishment in the military and the law. Their future lies in combating modern atheism and materialism with their vision of a God the Creator, the origin and divine builder of the universe.
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by on October 21, 2016
- The History Press, July 2011
The History Press
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