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William Harvey was a prolific masonic scholar of his day. In this essay from 1920, he dissects the myth of a Freemason on the battlefield saving an enemy's life after he is seen giving the Masonic sign of distress. In addition to examining similar tales from around the globe, Harvey looks at the stories from a philosophical standpoint and asks some hard questions. And, while these wars may be old, this topic never will be.
Public Domain (P)2015 Lamp of Trismegistus
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By Luis F Rodriguez on 04-22-17

I love the fact that this is about brothers in war

clear on point verry eloquently put and I think they should get more stories and make a bigger book

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