Little Bibliography in 8 Categories a Little Annotated

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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 — 100 Authors


2. List of Bibliography Compilations


Web Site Links to more Bibliographies at

See my web site for more dozens of lists of separate bibliographies (25,000+) and about a dozen lists of Super Lists of web sites, web sites with most of them including 500-900 web sites each. The various bibliography lists include Theological Greats, Character, Empathy, Love, Responsibility, Thomas Aquinas, Character Quotes, and more.

Macoy Publishing, at, for many; publishing since 1849, it is the oldest. Under some of authors who have published multiple volumes, not all of them are available or may be available at

André, Christian Karl. Der Freymaurer, oder Compendiöse Bibliothek alles Wissenwürdigen über geheime Gesellschaften. Güttingen, Gotha, Halle, and Eisenach: Johann Christian Dieterich and Johann Jacob Gebauer, 1790-96.

Bailey, Thomas Pearce (1867-1949). Bibliographical References in Ethology. Berkeley: Univ. Press, 1899. 25p.

Boyden, William Llewellyn (1866-1939). Bibliography of the Writings of Albert Pike. Centennial ed. Washington: [s.n.], 1957. By Ray Baker Harris. 109p.

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.

DeHoyos, Art and S. Brent Morris. Is It True What They Say about Freemasonry?: the Methods of Anti-Masons. Foreword and addendum by James T. Tresner. NY: M. Evans and Co., 2004. 262p. Silver Spring, MD: Masonic Service Center, 1st 1993 & 1997.

Drummond, Josiah H. (1827-1902). Masonic Historical and Bibliographical Memoranda. 2nd ed. Brooksville, KY: 1882. — The Maine Masonic Text Book, for the Use of Lodges. Portland, ME: Dresser, McLellan, 1877; 3d ed., S. Berry, 1890. 368p. — History and Bibliography Memoranda and History of Symbolism and Royal Arch Masonry in the U. S.

Fesch, Paul. Bibliographie de la Franc-Maçonnerie et des Sociétés Secrètes. Brussels: G. A. Deny, 1976.

Hall, Manly Palmer. Alchemy, Comprehensive Bibliography of the Manly P. Hall Collection of Books and Manuscripts: Including Related Material on Rosicrucianism and the Writings of Jacob Boehme. Edited Ron Charles Hogart; introduction by Manly P. Hall. Los Angeles, CA: Philosophical Research Society, 1986. 314p.

Hänsel-Hohenhausen, Markus. Dei Deutschsprackegen Freimaurer-Aeitschriften des 18 und 19 Jahrhunderts: Bibliographie. Frankfurtam-Main: R. G. Fischer, 1989.

Harris, Ray Baker. Bibliography of the Writings of Albert Pike. Washington, DC: Supreme Council 33°, 1957.

International Masonry Institute. Masonry Bibliography, 1830-1982. Washington, D.C.: International Masonry Institute, 1985; 588p. Volumes 1985-91, 3 vols. Construction with bricks and mortar.

Jouin, E., and V. Descreux. Bibliographie Occultiste et Maconnique. Martino Pub., 1998.

Kloss, Georg Franz Burckhardt. Bibliographie der Freimaurerei und der mit ihr in Verbindung Gesetzten Geheimen Gesellschaften. Frankfert-a-M.: J. D. Saurländer, 1844. — Die Freimaurerei in ihrer Wahren Bedeutung aus de Alten und Ächten Urkunden der Steinmetzen, Masonen, und Freimaurer. Leipzig: O. Klemm, 1846.

Leazer, Gary. Fundamentalism and Freemasonry: The Southern Baptist Investigation of the Fraternal Order. NY: M. Evans and Co., 1995. Leazer wrote the SBC study and was criticized for seeking out Freemasonry experts on Freemasonry; his side of the story is a crucial part of the picture and left out of the anti-Mason literature. He includes a snapping bibliography with perhaps the best the collection of articles and news reports—very informative.

Patterson, Richard S. (1908-1976), and Richardson Dougall. The Eagle and the Shield: A History of the Great Seal of the United States. Washington: Office of the Historian, Bureau of Public Affairs, Dept. of State, U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1976. 637p. With large bibliography, 578-606.

Peacocke, Christopher, and Dana Scott. A Selective Bibliography of Philosophical Logic. 3rd ed. Revised by Martin Davies and Graeme Forbes. Oxford: Sub-faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford, 1978. 137p.

Peterson, Christopher, and Martin E. P. Seligman. Character Strengths and Virtues: A Handbook and Classification. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004; 816p. Their bibliography includes a world-class list of professional journal articles.

Riccardo, Martin V. Vampires Unearthed: the Complete Multi-media Vampire and Dracula Bibliography. NY: Garland Pub., 1983; 135p. Smile—even more substance here on vampires than anti-Masons give on Freemasonry history, published principles, and 300+ value of virtues. A real bite out history.




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