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Morals & Dogma

by Albert Pike
Narrated by Masonic Books

Last Modified: March 22, 2014


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Below you will find Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, first published in 1871, one of the most well-known yet least-read Masonic books, was written by Albert Pike (b.1809-d.1891), and it contains his interpretations of the Scottish Rite degrees, including the Craft degrees, based on his life-long studies of ancient civilizations, philosophy and language.

There are no "secrets" in this book as many misinformed people say, nor is this book "official" or a "masonic bible" as no one man's opinion of Freemasonry speaks for Freemasonry as a whole. Pike merely was sharing his knowledge with people who he considered his friends and brothers who were members of the Scottish Rite in the 35 states that are under the jurisdiction of the Mother Supreme Council. Regardless of one's personal opinions of Pike's obvious character flaws, it cannot be doubted that the man was a genius, and his genius shows in this work.

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[01] I. Preface - Apprentice


[02] II. The Fellow-Craft (Part 1)

[03] II. The Fellow-Craft (Part 2)


[04] II. The Fellow-Craft (Part 3)


[05] II. The Fellow-Craft (Part 4)


[06] II. The Fellow-Craft (Part 5)


[07] II. The Fellow-Craft (Part 6)


[08] II. The Fellow-Craft (Part 7)


[09] II. The Fellow-Craft (Part 8)


[10] II. The Fellow-Craft (Part 9)


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