Washington as a Freemason

  • by Albert G. Mackey
  • Narrated by Adam Hanin
  • 0 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Brother Mackey sets out to dispel the notion that George Washington, the first president of the United States of America, was anything but a Freemason. He provides ample documentary evidence to support what now has become a common claim. But Mackey goes beyond simply showing us proof that Washington's masonic initiation took place; he shows us that George was a Mason in his heart. His unwavering beliefs in the tenets of Freemasonry permeated him to his core, making him the man that history remembers him to be.

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Unnecessary Blustering

I have enjoyed most of the Foundations of Masonry series, but this entry is a low point. Mackey appears to be writing in direct response to anti-Masonic movement of the 1800s and the work has aged very badly. Historical information on Washington is kept to a bare minimum, so more time can be spent evangelizing Washington as so kind of Masonic saint.

I would highly recommend Washington's Farewell by John Avlon for better information on Washington and his spiritual and Masonic ties. As for this short pamphlet, I can't recommend it for any price.
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- David S. Mathew

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-18-2014
  • Publisher: Lamp of Trismegistus