Documents Upon Sublime Freemasonry
by Joseph McCosh
Foreword by Michael R. Poll
This is one of the most controversial small books ever published on the Scottish Rite "wars" involving Joseph Cerneau. Originally published to expose the irregularity of the Cerneau Scottish Rite, Joseph McCosh, an SGIG in the Charleston Supreme Council (today, Southern Jurisdiction), was nearly put on trial by the Grand Lodge of South Carolina as a result of the publication. In addition, the Charleston Council was forced to disavow and destroy copies of the work. This photographic reproduction of this extremely rare publication provides new insights into this fascinating work as well as new discoveries about it. The foreword by Michael R. Poll dissects the events surrounding the publishing of the booklet along with the known information to provide a fresh analysis of the times and events.