November 29, 2018


Aiming to solve the last secrets of Freemasonry, this book uncovers the mysterious words, symbols and rituals whose meanings have been lost for centuries. Born in blood: the lost secrets offreemasonry / John J. Robinson. p. em. Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 1. Freemasons-History. 2. John J. Robinson (c) was an American author, best known as the author of Born in Blood: The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry, He is also credited as .

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While he did present many interesting and compelling arguments, his lack of solid evidence is a major stumbling block. Apr 12, Alex rated it really liked it.

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Born in Blood: The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry

But where had this powerful organization come from? Share your thoughts with other customers. Library Journal Historian Robinson persuasively links Freemasonry’s origins and goals to the once powerful and wealthy Knights Templar order.

Especially enjoyable if you like breathlessly related gossip, but only about prominent historical figures, or are curious about what people did in a. Be the first to discover new talent! Lists with This Book. John Robinson makes a compelling argument.


Born in Blood: The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry by John J. Robinson

Accessed Aug 13, via Google Books. My only complaint is that, boorn presenting an interesting and logical argument, he presents no hard evidence to support his conjectures. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion.

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Aug 07, Charles Ward rated it it was ok. Typically, Freemasons love and believe every word, which is not to say they aren’t true.

This is the one book that I loan out to Masons trying to sort out the mixed up history of Masonry more than any other. The book is broken into two portions, the first chronicling the travails fremeasonry the Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon, aka the Knights Templar, their persecution and disbanding, and what that might have meant for the majority of the members who escaped it all.

Refresh and try again. Linking up these historical happenings is the interesting parts of the book. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime.

John J. Robinson

Although John Robinson does tend to ramble at times and often makes the same points repeatedly, Born in Blood must be one of the most well researched book on Freemassonry that I have ever read. He was not a Freemason when he wrote the book, but became one later.

It is, however, wrapped in chapter upon chapter pages of only thinly related detailed political history of several different eras and ditto countries. The author, John J. But if someone is interested in that question, this is an excellent book to read. I haven’t read an ounce of Freemason stuff elsewhere, but based on Robinson’s proof, I’d buy it. Jul 23, Doug Hocking rated it it was amazing Shelves: I definitely think the connection makes more sense than all of the other theories propounded thus far about Freemasonry.


It’s rather like that. I sat down to it one evening planning to get through a couple chapters, but found myself finishing the whole thing as the sun came up the next morning.

Also the author didn’t mention, in Portugal and Spain, the Knights Templar continued. This book traces the history of groups like the Templars, the Teutonic Knights, and others that formed in the wake of the Crusades to the Holy Land.

I’m not sure how I am supposed to use a bibliography to substantiate his thesis by an examination of the source material. The book gives a good overview of England and it’s goings on, but is seemingly ignorant about what was going on in Southern Europe.