Little Bibliography in 8 Categories a Little Annotated

See Character Counts—Freemasonry in Christianity &
in Our Founding Fathers’ Original Intent Slays the Anti-Mason Frankenstein

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Intro to Little Bibliography = Intro & TOP Shelf

1. TOP Shelf Freemasonry References & Couple of Others


2. List of Bibliography Compilations


3. Main Freemasonry Bibliography


3.a. Books on Freemasonry — 463 Authors of 931 Books


3.b. Ph.D. Dissertations on Freemasonry — 58 Authors


3.c. Pro Articles on Freemasonry — 137 Articles, w 50 Bk Rws


3.d. Foreign Books on Freemasonry — 226 Authors of 265 Books


3.e. News Articles 1985-2005 in Chrono Order — 226 Articles


4. Historical-General References — 374 Authors in 720 Books


5. Baptist References


6. Character Counts Bibliography — 251 Authors in 295 Books


7. Great Hoax—Léo Taxil’s Luciferian Doctrine

a. General Info, Web Sties, and One Excellent Refutation

b. Publications Still Duped by Taxil’s Hoax

c. Publications Exposing Taxil’s Hoax

8. Anti-Mason Bibliography — 140+ Authors


8. Anti-Mason Bibliography — 140+ Authors

Ironically, the best history of anti-Masonry is by law teacher and Past Master Alphonse Cerza, in his excellent, Anti-Masonry: Light on the Past and Present Opponents of Freemasonry (Fulton, MO: Ovid Bell Press, 1962; 410p).


Ironic again—these 140 represent the best in history. I am sure I missed some too.

Adams, John Quincy. Letters on the Masonic Institution. Boston: 1847. In 1832, publication of William L. Stone, Letters on Masonry and Anti-Masonry, Addressed to the Hon. John Quincy Adams.

Allyn, Avery. A Ritual of Freemasonry. Philadelphia: J. Clarke, 1831 & 1852.. 269p. — A Ritual of Freemasonry: Illustrated by Numerous Engravings: To which Is Added a Key to the Phi Beta Kappa, the Orange and Odd Fellows societies, with Notes and Remarks. NY: W. Gowans, 1858. 269p.

Amini, Muhammad Safwat al-Saqqa, and Sa’di Abu Habib. Freemasonry. NY: Muslim World League, 1982 (1st in Arabic, 1980, published in Makkah Al-Mukarramah). 131p. An ugly portrayal very poorly done, even linking Lions International and Rotarians to wicked societies.

Ankerberg, John, and John Weldon. See or — The Secret Teachings of the Masonic Lodge: A Christian Perspective. Chicago: Moody Press, 1990. 333p. $15. — Bowing at Strange Altars: The Masonic Lodge and the Christian Conscience. Chattanooga, TN: Ankerberg Theological Research Institute, 1993. 73p. $10. — Masonic Lodge. Eugene, OR: Harvest House, 1989, 48p.; 2003, 64p. $5. — The Facts on the Masonic Lodge: Does Masonry Conflict with the Christian Faith? Eugene, OR: Harvest House. 153p. — “Freemasonry on Its Own Terms.” The John Ankerberg Show, DM-170. Chattanooga: John Ankerberg Evangelistic Association, 1986. — Encyclopedia of New Age Beliefs. Eugene, OR: Harvest House Publishers, 1996. 670p. — Fast Facts on Mormonism. Eugene, OR: Harvest House, 2003. 168p. — Fast Facts on Roman Catholicism. Eugene, OR: Harvest House, 2004. 157p. — One World: Biblical Prophecy and the New World Order. Chicago: Moody Press, 1991. 180p. — with John Weldon & Craig Branch. Thieves of Innocence. Eugene, OR: Harvest House Publishers, 1993. 345p. Occultism, New Age, education. — Behind the Mask of Mormonism: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Mormonism. Eugene, OR: Harvest House Publishers, 1992. 499p. Formerly titled: Everything you ever wanted to know about Mormonism: the truth about the Mormon Church; Expanded revision of chapter 50 of Dr. Weldon’s unpublished 8,000 page “Encyclopedia of American cults and religions.” What do Mormons Really Believe? Eugene, OR : Harvest House, 2002. 336p. Formerly titled (and condensed from) Behind the mask of Mormonism.Can You Trust Your Doctor?: the Complete Guide to New Age Medicine and Its Threat to Your Family. Brentwood, TN: Wolgemuth & Hyatt, 1991. 445p. — The Coming Darkness. Foreword by Walter Martin. Eugene, OR: Harvest House, 1993. 342p. Occult and Christianity. — Cult Watch. Eugene, OR: Harvest House Publishers, 1991. 370p. — Encyclopedia of Cults and New Religions: Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormonism, Mind Sciences, Baha’i, Zen, Unitarianism. Eugene, OR: Harvest House Publishers, 1999. 731p. — Booklets The Facts on …: Abortion (1995, 46p.), Angels (1995, 48p.), Creation vs. Evolution (1993, 48p.), False Teaching in the Church (1989, 46p.), False Views of Jesus (1997, 48p.), Halloween (1996, 48p.; 2003, 60p.), Hinduism in America (1991, 48p.), Homosexuality (1994, 47p.), Islam (1991, 48p.; 2003, 63p.), Jehovah’s Witnesses (1988, 2003, 64p.), Jesus the Messiah (1993, 48p.), Life After death (1992, 48p.), Near-Death Experiences (1996, 48p.), Psychic Readings (1997, 48p.), Rock Music (1991, 1992, 48p.), Roman Catholicism (1993, 48p.), Self-Esteem, Psychology, and the Recovery Movement (1995, 48p.), Sex Education (1993, 48p.), Faith Movement (1993, 48p.), King James Only Debate (1996. 59p.; 2003, 63p.), “The Last Temptation of Christ” (1988, 44p.), Masonic Lodge (1989, 48p.; 2003, 64p.), Mind Sciences (1993, 48p.), Mormon Church (1991, 48p.; 2003, 64p.), New Age Movement (1988, 47p.), UFO’s and Other Supernatural Phenomena (1992, 48p.), Why You Can believe the Bible (2004, 64p.), World Religions (2004), Holistic Health and the New Medicine (1992, 48p.).

Aulard, F.V.A. Le Culte de la Raison et le Culte, de l’Être Suprême 1793-94. Paris: F. Alcan, 1892.

Barnard, David. Light on Masonry. 1827.

Bartlett, Homer L. (1830-1905). History of Initiation, as Practiced by the Ancient Rites, and Perpetuated by Freemasonry. Flatbush: Kings County Rural Gazette, 1877. 21p.

Barton, David. The Question of Freemasonry and the Founding Fathers. Aledo, TX: WallBuilders, 2005. 132 pages heavily laden with pictures.

Bernard, David (1798-1876). Light on Masonry: a Collection of All the Most Important Documents on the Subject of Speculative Free Masonry: Embracing the Reports of the Western Committees in Relation to the Abduction of William Morgan. Utica, NY: W. Williams, 1829. 506p. See also, Light on Free Masonry. Dayton, OH: Vonneida & Sowers, 1858. 492p. — Bernard’s Reminiscences of Morgan Times. Chicago: E.A. Cook, 187?. 31p.

Blanchard, Charles Albert (1848-1925). Modern Secret Societies. Chicago: National Christian Association, 1903. 310p. — Washington: Was Washington a Freemason? Chicago, IL: National Christian Association, 191?. 48p.

Blanchard, Jonathan (1811-1892). Freemasonry Illustrated: A Complete Exposition of the First Seven Masonic Degrees, by Jacob O. Doesburg ... A Historical Sketch of the Institution and a Critical Analysis of the Character of Each Degree, by President J. Blanchard of Wheaton College ... The Accuracy of This Exposition Attested by J. O. Doesburg ... and Others. Chicago, Ill., E. A. Cook & co., 1879. Freemasonry Illustrated. Jacob O. Doesburg. Chicago, IL: E. A. Cook, 1879. 640p. Revised Freemasonry illustrated. 18th ed. 1916. 640p. — Standard Freemasonry illustrated; full ritual and secret "work" of the three Blue Lodge Degrees. Chicago: E. A. Cook, 1947. 354p. — Scotch Rite Masonry Illustrated. The Complete Ritual of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. Chicago, IL: E. A. Cook, 1944. 2vols.

Book, John William. Thousand and One Objections to Secret Societies. 2d ed. Cannelton, IN: Huston & Miller, 1893. 81p. New ed., St. Louis, MO: B. Herder, 1900. 83p. A new edition was out in 1925.

Boor, J. Massoneria. Madrid, Spain: 1952. 354p.

Box, Hubert Stanley. The Nature of Freemasonry. London: Augustine Press, 1952. 93p.

Brown, Henry. The Anti-Masonic Excitement, 1826. 1856.

Burns, Cathy. Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated. Sharing, 1998.

Burruel, Abbé. Mémoires Pour Servier á L’Histoire du Jacoinisme. London: 1797-98.

Byers, Dale A. I Left the Lodge. Schaumburg, IL: Regular Baptist Press, 1988.

Cahill, E. Freemasonry and the Anti-Christian Movement. Dublin: 1929.

Campbell, Ron G. Free from Freemasonry: Understanding Freemasonry and Its Affects on Those We Love. Gospel Light Pub., 1999. Anti-Mason.

Carlson, Ron. Freemasonry and the Masonic Lodge. Audio cassette. Eden Prairie, Minn.: Christian Ministries International, n.d.

Carnes, Mark C. Secret Ritual and Manhood in Victorian America. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1989. 226p. Makes Freemasons into needy people desiring a mystic wonderland.

Caro y Rodriguez, Jose Maria Cardinal. The Mystery of Freemasonry Unveiled. Palmdale, CA: Christian Book Club of America, 1957.

Catholic Encyclopedia at s.v., Masonry. Though dated, this was a significant and thorough study, not truly assuming but nevertheless making Freemasonry a religion. There is some true scholarship like few anti-Masons today; though his conclusion ties up into wicked Paganism with an odd quote, the conclusion was not nearly as thorough or as well documented as the rest of the history sections of this extensive article. For a Catholic looking into Freemasonry, this would likely do the trick in dissuasion. It is a powerful piece, though misses entirely to the good work of Freemasonry, likewise is short on the legions of legends of honor, and does not adequately address the good and noble ideals fostered by general Freemasonry. All that said, it is an extraordinary internet piece that it is also fairly short (50 pages, huge in internet terms) that seems to be most cross-linked piece on Freemasonry on the web today. See our comments in the book above. — Lists the following edicts against Freemasonry: — Clement XII, Const. “In Eminenti”, 28 April, 1738; —
Benedict XIV, “Providas”, 18 May, 1751; — Pius VII, “Ecclesiam”, 13 September, 1821; — Leo XII, “Quo graviora”, 13 March, 1825; — Pius VIII, Encycl. “Traditi”, 21 May, 1829; — Gregory XVI, “Mirari”, 15 August, 1832; — Pius IX, Encycl. “Qui pluribus”, 9 November, 1846; — Pius IX, Alloc. “Quibus quantisque malis”, 20 April, 1849; — Pius IX, Encycl. “Quanta cura”, 8 December, 1864; — Pius IX, Alloc. “Multiplices inter”, 25 September, 1865; — Pius IX, Const. “Apostolicæ Sedis”, 12 October, 1869; — Pius IX, Encycl. “Etsi multa”, 21 November, 1873; — Leo XIII, Encycl. “Humanum Genus”, 20 April, 1884; — Leo XIII, “Præclara”, 20 June, 1894; — Leo XIII, “Annum ingressi”, 18 March, 1902 (against Italian Freemasonry); — Leo XIII, Encycl. “Etsí nos”, 15 February, 1882; — Leo XIII, “Ab Apostolici”, 15 October, 1890.

Cook, Benjamin. Freemasonry Condemned from Its Own Sources: Two Studies by Benjamin Cook. Introduction by Ray M. Jurjevich. Palmdale, CA: Omni Publications, 1991 (1st 1965). Freemasonry condemned. 93p. Concordia Theological Seminary Print Shop, 1977.

Cowan. X-Rays on Freemasonry. London: 1901.

Creigh, Masonry and Antimasonry. 1854. (both Cerza and TCE, cited as anti-Masonic.)

Cummings, William L. A Bibliography of Anti-Masonry. 2d ed. NY: Press of H. Emmerson, 1963. 79p. Bibliography of Anti-Masonry: With a Sketch of the "Morgan Affair" and an Appendix Containing Several Important Documents. N.p., 1934. 118p.

Custos [pseudonym]. The Freemason, the World Vampire; Freimaurer der Weltvampyr. Germany: 1931. Pro-Nazi under Hilter.

da Costa, Joseph Hippolyte. Narrative of Persecution in Lisbon, by the Inquisition, for the Pretended Crime of Freemasonry. 1811.

Damrell and Moore. Catalogue of Anti-Masonic Books. Boston. 1852.

Daniel, John. Scarlet and the Beast. Tyler, TX: Jon Kregel, 1994. 2vols. v. 1. A history of the war between English and French freemasonry; v. 2. English freemasonry, mother of modern cults vis-a-vis mystery Babylon, mother of harlots.

de la Rive, A. C. La Femme et L’Enfant dans la Franc-Maçonnerie Universelle (Women and Children in Universal Freemasonry). 1889. Anti-Mason who quotes Pike from Leo Taxil’s hoax as saying Lucifer is Adonai. A very popular perpetuation of a lie.

De Quincey. Essay on Secret Societies. 1847.

Decker, Ed. The Question of Freemasonry. Lafayette, LA: Huntington House, 1992. — What You Need to Know About—Masons. Eugene, OR: Harvest House Publishers, 1992. 219p.

Deschamps. Les Societes Secret. 1784.

Dierks, Theodore. Publication of Christianity and Freemasonry. St. Louis: Concordia Pub. House, 1932. 166p.

Doherty, J. E., and D. F. Miller. Why Catholics Can Not Be Freemasons. Redemptionist Fathers, Liguori, Missouri. 1961.

Eckert, Eduard Emil. The Order of Freemasons; Der Frmrorden in Seiner Wahren Bedeutung. Dresden: 1852. (TCE, cited as anti-Masonic.). He warned that “Freemasonry is the mother of democracy” (281).

Enigma. La setta verde. 1906-7. (TCE, cited as anti-Masonic.)

Epperson, Ralph A. Masonry: Conspiracy Against Christianity—Evidence That the Masonic Lodge Has a Secret Agenda. Publius Press, 1998. 401p. — The New World Order. Tuscon, AZ: Publius Press, 1990. Strange conspiracy to replace Christianity with Paganism and worship of Lucifer in New Age movement and Freemasonry. A real hoot.

Ezcurra Medrano, Alberto, and José Antonio López, eds. Historia del Anticristo. Argentina: J.A. López, 1990. 241p. Antichrist and Freemasonry.

Fandarac, Marcel. Francmasoneria si Clasa Politica. Bucuresti, Romania: Corrida, 2000. 191p.

Farina, S. Il Libro Completo dei Rituali Massonici Rito Scozzese Antico ed Accettato. Rome: n.p. 1946.

Faÿ, Bernard. Revolution and Freemasonry, 1680-1800. Boston: Little, Brown, and company, 1935. 349p. — Franc-Maçonnerie et la Révolution Intellectuelle du XVIIIe Siècle. Italian. Torino: G. Einaudi, 1939. 315p. English, Freemasonry and the Intellectual Revolution of the Eighteenth Century. c.1940.

Finney, Charles G. The Character, Claims and Practical Workings of Freemasonry. 1st 1869. Editor Richard Friedrich. Alethea in Heart, 2003. 193p.

Fisher, Paul A. Behind the Lodge Door. Bowie, MD: Shield Pub., 1988; Rockville, IL: Tan, 1991, 1994.

Frick, Karl R. H. Satanismus und Freimaurerei: eine Dokumentation bis zur Gegenwart. Graz, Austria: Akademische Druck- u. Verlagsanstalt, 1986. 172p.

Gassett, Henry. Catalogue of Books on the Masonic Institution. 1852.

Giddins, Edward. The Anti-Masonic Almanac, for the Year of the Christian era ... : Calculated for the Horizon of Rochester, N.Y. Utica, NY: Printed for the author by E. Scranton, Utica, NY; Annual, American Almanac Collection, Library of Congress; several volumes from 1828 to 1833.

Gist, Noel Pitts. Secret Societies: a Cultural Study of Fraternalism in the United States. Foreword by Melville J. Herskovits. Columbia: Univ. of Missouri, 1940. 184p.

Goodwin, Sam H. Mormonism and Masonry. 1924.

Gordon, Bill. A Closer Look at Freemasonry. 1993-1994? 12 p. See Baptist references above.

Graebner, Theodore (1876-1950). Lutheran Theologian. Winning the Lodge Man. 1925. — The Secret Empire; a Handbook of Lodges. St. Louis, MO: Concordia Pub., 1927. 243p. Is Masonry a Religion?: An Analysis of Freemasonry. St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1946. 79p.

Greco, Giovanni, and Davide Monda. Sarastro e il Serpente Verde: Sogni e Bisogni di una Massoneria Ritrovata. Bologna: Pendragon, 2003. 357p.

Greene, Samuel D. The Broken Seal, or Personal Reminiscences of the Morgan Abduction. 1870.

Hanegraaff, Hendrik H. “Chick Publications and Roman Catholicism,” CRI Perspective, CP-0809. San Juan Capistrano: Christian Research Institute, n.d.

Hannah, Walton. Darkness Visible: A Christian Appraisal of Free Masonry. London: Augustine Press, 1952, 5th ed. 1953; 232p.; 3rd rev. ed., Chulmleigh: Augustine, 1963; 10th rev. ed., London: Britons Pub. Co., 1963; Saint Austin Press, 1998. — Christians by Degrees: Masonic Religion Revealed in the Light of Faith. Foreword by E.L. Mascall. London: Augustine Press, 1954; 222p. 

Harris, Jack. Freemasonry: The Invisible Cult in Our Midst. Rowson, MD: Jack Harris, 1983. Whitaker House, 2001. Revised. 192p. Former master of lodge turned anti-Mason.

Heino, Harri. Freemasonry and the Christian Faith: Observations on Religion and Ethics in Finnish Freemasonry. Tempere, Finland: Research Institute of the Lutheran Church in Finland, 1987. 24p.

Hengstenberg. Die Frmrei und das evang. Pfarramt. 1854-56. (TCE, cited as anti-Masonic.)

Holly, James L. The Southern Baptist Convention and Freemasonry. 3 vols. Beaumont, TX: Mission and Ministry to Men, 1992; 57p. (1993, 2 vols.; 1994 edition, vol. 3, has a critique of “A study of Freemasonry” and “A report on Freemasonry” including a response to Dr. William Gordon’s critique of “The SBC and Freemasonry, Volume I” and a cumulative index to all three volumes.). Uses Léo Taxil’s hoax on Freemasonry and Lucifer as credible.

Hunt, Dave. Occult Invasion: The Subtle Seduction of the World and Church (Eugene, OR: Harvest House, 1998; 647p.).

International Congress of Anti-Masons was held in Vienna, 1930, as reported in the Masonic Chronicler, March 14, 1930.

Interparliamentary Group of Defense Against Masonic Activity. Paris: 1935.

Jones, James H. Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing. Dedicated to a Research into the Secrets and Mysteries of Oath-Bounded Secret Organized Societies or Associations, and Comments on the Same. Cambridge, NY: n.p., 1890. 270p.

Juzwick, Michael D. God’s Word on the Grove and Ashtoreth: Forbidden Masonic Objects Planted As American National Monuments. Light Eternal Pub., 1999.

Kah, Gary. En Route to Global Occupation. Lafayette, LA: Huntington House Publishers, 1992. 224p. World constitution, New Age, and Freemasonry.

Kilby, Clyde S. A Minority of One. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1959.

Kirban, Salem. Satan’s Angels Exposed. Huntington Valley, PN: Salem Kirban, 1980.

Knight, Stephen. Jack the Ripper: The Final Solution. London: 1976. — The Brotherhood: The Secret World of the Freemasons. London: 1984.

L’Ordre des Freemasons trahi 1738 (A. Q. C., IX, 85). (TCE, cited as anti-Masonic in France.)

Le Forestier, R. (1868-1951). Les plus Secrets Mystères des Hauts Grades de la Maçonnerie Dévoilés, 1774: Réimpression avec une Introduction, des notes et un Appendice. Paris : Dorbon-Ainé, 19??. 180p.

Le Franc, Abbé. Le voile levé pur les Curieux, ou Lesecret de la Révolution Revélé a l’aide de la Franc- Maçonnerie (Paris: 1791). (TCE, cited as anti-Masonic on the occasion of the French Revolution.)

Le Secret des Mopses révélé (1745) (TCE, cited as anti-Masonic in France.)

Leadbeater, C. W. Freemasonry and Its Ancient Mystic Rites. Gramercy, 1998. 256p. I liked what Jorge G. Kreimer (Miami, FL), an reviewer, said about this book: “Leadbeater follows in the tradition of charlatan lunatics like Saint Germain and Cagliostro when it comes to Freemasonry. Unfortunately, most of the books out there either follow the ‘mystical’ lunatic line like this one, or the ‘paranoid’ demented line of conspiracy theorists. In any case, authors from both genres are the ones who end up profiting from the gullibility of those who take this sillyness seriously.” Erik Arneson (Ashland, OR USA) said, “Good old Leadbeater! You can always count on him to liberally mix fact and fantasy until the final product is better entertainment than education. If one wishes to learn the true meaning and history of Freemasonry, there are much better books out there. We did not come from Atlantis, and we did not descend from Egyptian mystery schools.”

Lemay, J. A. Leo, ed. Deism, Masonry, and the Enlightenment. Essays Honoring Alfred Owen Aldridge. Newark: Univ. of Delaware Press, 1987. Margaret C. Jacob noted that this was on anti-Masonic satire in the American colonies.

Lennhoff, Eugen. The Freemasons. NY: Oxford Univ. Press, 1934. 375p. — Agents of Hell. London and Melbourne: Hutchinson, 1940. — Die Freimaurer, Geschichte. Zürich: Phaidon-verlag, 1932. 365p. — Histoire des Sociétés Politiques Secrètes au XIXe et au XXe Siècle, Traduit de l'allemand par Adrien F. Vochelle. Paris: Payot, 1934. 365p. — Internationales Freimaurerlexikon. Zürich: Amalthea-verlag, 1932. 54p. — Internationales Freimaurer Lexikon, Eugen Lennhoff, Oskar Posner, Dieter A. Binder. München: Herbig, 2000. 951p. — Los Masones Ante la Historia. Barcelona: Biblioteca Orientalista, 1931. 412p. Die Freimaurer. Zürich & Wien: Amalthea-verlag, 1929. 495p.

Leo XIII. Quo Graviora: Condemnation of Freemasonry. Angelus Press, 1998. — Humanum Genus: On Freemasonry. Angelus Press, 1998. — Custodi Di Quella Fede: Guardians of That Faith. Trans. Norman Desmarais. Angelus Press, 1998.

Levington, John. Origin of Masonic Conspiracy. 1870. Uses Barruel as his witness.

Ludendorff, Erich. The Destruction of Freemasonry through the Disclosure of its Secrets; Vernichtung der Freimaurerei durch Enthülung ihrer Geheimnisse. Germany: 1927. Pro-Nazi under Hitler.

Macdill, David (1826-1903). Secret societies: a discussion of their character and claims, by Rev. David Macdill, Jonathan Blanchard, D. D., and Edward Beecher, D. D. Pittsburgh: United Presbyterian Board of Publications, 1867. 92p.

MacKenzie, Norman. Secret Societies. NY: Holt, Rinehart, Winston, 1967. 350p. Places Freemasonry between the Mau Mau, Thuggee and the KKK. Talks about “basic human need for secrecy” (299). Trying to psychologize, like why people, each “respect an attempt to solve the common human problem of identity” (303), and so one way is with secret societies, like the writer is not a part of any secret groups himself.

Madden, Charles. Freemasonry: Mankind’s Hidden Enemy: with Current Official Catholic Statements. Rockford, IL: Tan Books, 1995. 65p. Documents how Catholics are forbidden to join Freemasonry, sadly enough, but without true documentation that many good Catholic scholars would consider veracious.

Marrs, Texe. Letters on Freemasonry by John Quincy Adams. RiverCrest Pub., 2001. 34p. Anti-mason. Marrs has written over twenty-five books with titles that give the reader a good idea of what is contained between the covers. “Ark Majesty: The Secret Brotherhood and the Magic of a Thousand Points of Light,” “Dark Secrets of the New Age: Satan’s Plan for a One World Religion,” and “Big Sister is Watching You: Hillary Clinton and the White House Feminists Who Now Control America” are just a few titles in his large body of work.

Mather, George A., and Larry A. Nichols. Masonic Lodge. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 1995. 83p. Zondervan guide to cults & religious movements.

McGee, Joseph Bryant. A Complete Exposition and Revelation of Ancient Free and Accepted Masonry: Containing a Key to Freemasonry. Leesville, LA: The Author, 1901. 228p. “The whole is intended to show one truth – that masonry is of the adversary, being strictly Antichrist.”

Mencacci. Memorie documentate della rivoluzione italiana. 1882. (TCE, cited as anti-Masonic.)

Meschler, Moritz. “Die päpstliche Enzyklika Humanum genus.” Stimmen aus Maria Laach, 27 (1884): 113-34.

Miller, Edith Star (Lady Queenborough). Occult Theocrasy. 1933. One of first modern places of the false Lucifer quote attributed to Pike by Léo Taxil in a slanderous hoax.

Morgan, William, Captain (c.1774-1826). Illustrations of Masonry, by One of the Fraternity, Who has Devoted Thirty Years to the Subject. 2d ed. NY: Printed for the author, 1826. 84p. Also, NY: W.Brisbane, 1858. 122p. Brooklyn, NY: A&B Publishers Group, 1994. 110p.

National Christian Association (NCA). 1867f, began opposition in 1874 with Philo Carpenter, John Blanchard (first president of Wheaton College), and Ezra A. Cook. The Christian Cynosure was its regular publication, and in 1930 the auspices fell to the Synod of the Christian Reform Church and ceased to be published in 1982. The NCA published several anti-Mason works including in 1954 brochure, A Conspiracy of Silence, Freemasonry vs. Christianity, Jesus Christ Opposed to Secret Societies, Modern Prophets of Baal, The Devil’s Servants, The Pagan God of Masonry, The Worship of Secret Societies of Offered to Satan. Secrecy and Citizenship. The entire run of The Christian Cynosure, 1868-1984, is archived at Wheaton College Special Collections, Wheaton, IL. The collection contains lodge paraphernalia, correspondence, numerous rare books and pamphlets, pro and con, relating to Freemasonry and secret societies. All NCA material is available to researchers. See also, Augustus C. Welsh, Freemasonry on Trial, (Chicago, IL: E. A. Cook, 1895; 32p.). See for more.

Negroni. Storia passata e presente della setta anticristiana ed antisociale. 1876. (TCE, cited as anti-Masonic.)

New England Anti-Masonic Almanac. Begins publication in 1830.

New England Christian Association, Boston. Danger Signals. Boston: J. H. Earle, 1896. 46p.

New York State Association Opposed to Secret Societies. Proceedings. NY: n.p., 1871.

Nilus, S. The Protocols of the Wise Men of Zion. NY: 1920.

Odiorne, James G. Anti-Masonic Documents. 1830.

Ottenheimer, Ghislaine, and Renaud Lacadre. Les Frères Invisibles. Paris: 2001.

Paine, Franklin. A View of the Oaths and Penalties of Freemasonry. 1892.

Penkin. Downfall of Masonry. 1838. (TCE, cited as anti-Masonic.) — Catalogue of Anti-Masonic books. Boston, 1862.

Pérau, M. l’abbé (Gabriel-Louis-Calabre; 1700-1767), and Giovan Gualberto Bottarelli. L’Ordre des Francs-Maçons Trahi et le Secret des Mopses Revelé. A Amsterdam: Jean Neaulme, 1745, 1st 1742. 240p. (Published also by Van Duren, Frankfurt am Main; with imprint: Amsterdam, 1745 under title: Les Secrets de l’ordre des Francs-Maçons Dévoilés et mis au jour).

Phelps, John Wolcott. Secret Societies. 1873.

Pidcock, David Musa, comp. Satanic Voices: Ancient & Modern: a Surfeit of Blasphemy including the Rushdie Report from Edifice Complex to Occult Theocracy. Oldbrook, Milton Keynes: Mustaqim, Islamic Art and Literature, 1992. 224p. (On Zionism and Freemasonry.)

Preuss, Arthur (1871-1934). A Study in American Freemasonry. St. Louis, MO, and Freiburg, Baden: B. Herder, 1908. 433p. (TCE, careful discussion on the basis of the standard works of Mackey and Pike). — Comp. A Dictionary of Secret and Other Societies. St. Louis, MO: London, B. Herder Book Co., 1924. Detroit, Republished by the Gale Research Co., 1966. 543p.

Pritchard, Smauel. Masonry Dissected. London: 1730. One of the first exposés. See Harry Carr, ed., Samuel Pritchard’s Masonry Dissected, 1730. An Analysis and Commentary. Vol. 8. Bloomington, IL: Masonic Book Club, 1977.

Rhodes, Ron. The 10 Most Important Things You Can Say to a Mason. Eugene, OR: Harvest House Publishers, 2002. 128p.

Rice, John R. Lodges Examined by the Bible. Murfreesboro, TN: Sword of the Lord Publishers, 1971.

Rinieri. Cozetti Masonici. 1900-01. (TCE, cited as anti-Masonic.)

Robertson, Pat. The New World Order: It Will Change The Way You Live. Dallas: Word Pub., 1991.

Robinson, John. Proofs of a Conspiracy Against All the Religions and Governments of Europe, Carried on in the Secret Meetings of Free Masons, Illuminati, and Reading Societies. London: T. Cadell Jr., 1797, 1798.

Ronayne, Edmond. The Master’s Carpet or Masonry and Baal-Worship Identical (1887). Kessinger Pub., 1998. 406p. This volume is written by a Past Master of the Keystone Lodge, No. 639, in Chicago, Illinois. Here is an odd piece over a hundred years old that makes Freemasonry a Baal worship and is still available at, Barnes and Noble, and several other places on the internet (at higher prices than Amazon too). How can the anti-Masons miss this? It is written by a past master of the lodge as Christian father to warn his son  and all brothers to help them move away. A Freemason will readily recognize that Ronayne knew much about Freemasonry, just at the Christian Freemason will recognize how he corkscrews the worst interpretation. A knowledgable Freemason will also wonder how a master of the lodge can go through all that it takes to become a master only then to discover his error and Paganism. How can Ronayne have worshiped and led worship as he says for so many years? That is a strange impossible for Ronayne to overcome. And he has articulated in many ways just what Bill Gordon, John Ankerberg, and James L. Holly have purported to discover. — Mason Oaths: Null and Void (1919). Kessinger Pub., 2003. 184p.. Or Freemasonry self-convicted. Ronayne intended the book not so much to defend seceding Masons, as to enlighten the minds of honest and conscientious adhering members, and so to lead them from the false philosophy and worship of Hiram Abiff, to that glorious liberty wherewith Christ alone can make them free. — Chapter Masonry. Chicago: Ezra A. Cook, 1901, 1976; Kessinger Pub., 1996. 322p. — Ronayne’s Hand-Book of Freemasonry with Appendix, Revised, Enlarged, Complete (1917). 1924 version. 584p. Prologue & Epilogue by Professor Hilton Hotema. Contains a thorough exposition of all the signs, grips, passwords & hieroglyphics used by Freemasons. Also the proper manner of opening, closing & conducting the lodge; together with the correct method of conferring the 3 degrees of "Ancient Craft Masonry"; Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft & Master Mason. Part II - Chapter Masonry being the opening, closing, secret work & lectures of the mark master, past master, most excellent master & royal arch degrees as revised & set forth by the General Grand Royal Chapter of the United States. Kessinger Pub., 1996 version, 282p. — Freemasonry at a Glance: The Illustrated Secrets of Thirteen Degrees of Freemasonry. Kessinger Pub., 2004.

Rosen, Peter (1850-1906). Reply to My Critics of The Catholic Church and Secret Societies. Dubuque, IA: Catholic Printing Co., 1903. 28p.

Sandborn, Reuben. Freemasonry, a Covenant With Death. 1827

Sceau Romptu. 1745. (TCE, cited as anti-Masonic on the occasion of the French Revolution.)

Schnoebelen, William. Masonry: Beyond The Light. Chino, CA: Chick Pub., 1991.

Shaw, James D. Introduction to The Masonic Report, by C. F. McQuaig. Norcross, GA: Answer Books and Tapes, 1976. — and Tom McKenney. The Deadly Deception. Lafayette, LA: Huntington House, 1988.

Short, Martin. Inside the Brotherhood: Further Secrets of the Freemasons. NY: Dorset Press, 1990; 1st 1989. 531p. — Lundy: the Destruction of Scotland Yard’s Finest Detective. London: 1991.

Slade, Alexander. The Free Mason Examined. 1754.

Smith, George. The Use and Abuse of Free-masonry. 1783.

Southern Baptist Convention, Home Mission Board, Interfaith Witness Dept. A Study of Freemasonry. Atlanta, GA: Home Mission Board, SBC, 1993. 75p. Cover title: A report on Freemasonry [by] Home Mission Board, SBC, March 17, 1993; 6p. (Library of Congress reference). Deep-sixed according to SBC expert Bill Gordon. — A Closer Look at Freemasonry. No author or date given, but written by Bill Gordon in 1993, and likewise the condensed Comparison Chart.

Southwich, Solomon. A Solemn Warning Against Freemasonry Addressed to the Young Men of the United States. 1827.

Stone, William L. Letters on Masonry and Anti-Masonry, Addressed to the Hon. John Quincy Adams. 1832. (Cerza and TCE, cited as anti-Masonic.)

Strickland v. Prichard (37 Vermont 324). An attempt was made in to have the court declare Freemasonry against public policy but the court refused. 1864.

Stroms, E. M. Should a Christian Be a Mason? Impact Christian Books, 1999.

Swift, Dean (?).The Grand Mysteries of Freemasons Discovered. 1724.

Tanner, Jerald and Sandra. The Lucifer-God Doctrine. Salt Lake City, UT: Utah Lighthouse Ministry, 1988.

Taxil, Léo (1854-1907). Le Culte du Grand Architecte. London: 1886. — See Taxil above.

Taylor, Harmon R. His site is a good example of purer anti-Mason propaganda, in which he tries to list every conceivable negativity in its worst light—no, in the dark—than makes a beeline to Satan. Even the regalia is attacked as though regalia itself was Pagan; no mention to how every single institution uses regalia (from academia to the military). He includes an intimation to one-world government conspiracies too, as he note “Growing list of some high-ranking members of the Free Masonry, the Council on Foreign Relations, Bilderbergers, Rhodes Scholars, Trilateral Commission, Skull & Bones.” Someone said George President Bush was a member of the Skill and Bones, but that would need to be verified. This quote is another example where character does not count for the anti-Mason.

The Christian Cynosure. Magazine. 1868-1985.

Ulis. Masonic Story: the Hidden Side. NY: Rivercross Publ., 1993. 247p.

Unity: the Road to World Government. Leeds, AL: Leeds Pub., 1990. 206p.

Unknown, Roman Catholic priest. Freemasonry and the Anti-Christian Movement. Ireland: 1930.

Unknown, Roman Catholic priest. Freemasonry in Ireland. Ireland: 1930.

Unknown. Jachin and Boaz. London. 1762.

Unknown. The Door of Freemasonry Opened to all Men. 1760.

Unknown. The Downfall of Masonry. 1838.

Unknown. The Free Mason Stripped Naked. 1769.

Unknown. The Mason Unmasked, an expose, published in France. 1751.

Vance, Murl. Breaking the Code of the Secret Societies. TEACH Services, 2002. 62p.

Ward, Henry Dana. Freemasonry: Its Pretensions Exposed in Faithful Extracts of Its Faithful Authors.

Webster, Nesta H. Secret Societies. 1924.

Weygand, Maxime. Mémoires: Reppelé au Service. Paris: 1950. Supporter of Vichy régime WWII.

Whalen, William Joseph. Christianity and American Freemasonry. Milwaukee: Bruce Pub. Co., 1958; 195p.; Rev. ed., Huntington, IN: Our Sunday Visitor Pub. Division, Our Sunday Visitor, 1987. 3rd ed., San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1998; 215p.; — Handbook of Secret Organizations. Milwaukee: Bruce Pub. Co., 1966; 169p. — Separated Brethren, a Survey of Non-Catholic Christian Denominations in the United States. 2d rev. ed. Milwaukee: Bruce Pub. Co., 1966; 288p. —

White, Ellen G. Should Christians Be Members of a Secret Society? Seventh Day Adventists, 1893.

Zamoiskii, Lellii Petrovich. Behind the Façade of the Masonic Temple. Trans. from Russian by Vyacheslav Nemodruk. Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1989. 169p.




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