5 edition of The Principles Of Masonic Law found in the catalog.
November 30, 2004
Written in English
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This reprint of Albert Mackey’s “The Principles of Masonic Law” provides all Masons with an excellent over-view of the various laws, customs and practices of the Masonic Lodge and Grand Lodge. Considered one of Mackey’s classics, this re-typeset edition provides invaluable Masonic education and should be included in every Masonic library. This edition of The Indiana Blue Book of Masonic Law is a compilation of the edition, together with all changes thereto through and including the Annual Meeting of the Grand Lodge of Indiana. This edition contains a list of standard forms and other helpful Size: 1MB.
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Introduction. The Authorities for Masonic Law. The laws which govern the institution of Freemasonry are of two kinds, unwrittenand written,and may in a manner be compared with the "lex non scripta," or common law, and the "lex seripta," or statute law of English and American jurists.
The "lex non scripta," or unwritten lawof Freemasonry is derived from the traditions. The Principles of Masonic Law by Albert Mackey is the most important and complete Masonic Law Book and the basic reference used by all Masonic Law books writers who came after Mackey. Freemasons must have this book in their library, read it throughout, digest it, and keep it at hand, when dealing with matters related to Masonic Law/5(39).
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Author: Albert G. Mackey. Masonic ceremonies describe a moral code, using basic principles that are common to all religions. Social responsibility: Freemasonry stands for the reverence of God and the proper place of individual faith in society; for truth and justice; for fraternity and philanthropy; and for orderly civil, religious, and intellectual liberty.
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Considered one of Mackey's classics, this re-typeset edition provides invaluable Masonic education and should be included in every Masonic library.
Masonic Law is a rule of fraternal conduct, and applies only to the moral and fraternal rectitude of its members. It is based upon the law of Divine Revelation, therefore, any covenant, affirmation, declaration, assumption, prescription, or requirement derogatory thereto, or i n conflict therewith, is void.
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The Principles of Masonic Law/Chapter VI. consecrated to denote that henceforth it is to be set apart as an asylum sacred to the cultivation of the great masonic principles of Friendship, Morality, and Brotherly Love.
Thenceforth it becomes to the conscientious Mason a place worthy of his reverence; and he is tempted, as he passes over its.
The Principles Of Masonic Law. Book-1 (Ch-5) and Book Gallatin Mackey. Book First-Chapter-5 Section IVOf the Executive Power of a Grand Lodge. The English Constitutions conclude, in the passage that has formed the basis of our previous remarks, by asserting that "in the Grand Lodge, alone, resides the power of erasing lodges.
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Chapter II - Of Masonic Punishments. Having occupied the last chapter in a consideration of what constitute masonic crimes, it is next in order to inquire how these offenses are to be punished; and accordingly I propose in the following sections to treat of the various modes in which masonic law is vindicated, commencing with the slightest mode of punishment, which is censure, and.
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Free shipping for many products!The Principles of Masonic Law. by Albert G. Mackey. Preface. In presenting to the fraternity a work on the Principles of Masonic Law, it is due to those for whom it is intended, that something should be said of the design with which it has been written, and of .The Principles of Masonic Law: Preface.
Introduction. The Authorities for Masonic Law. Book First - The Law of Grand Lodges. Chapter I. Historical Sketch. Chapter II. Of the Mode of Organizing Grand Lodges.
Chapter III. Of the Members of a Grand Lodge. Chapter IV. Of the Officers of a Grand Lodge. Chapter V. Of the Powers and Prerogatives of a.