Written on the Wind: Collected Masonic Papers
Edited by Michael R. Poll
Foreword by Joseph Fort Newton
Few individuals exerted more influence in “esoteric and occult Masonry” in the late 1800s and early 1900s than A.E. (Arthur) Waite. His hunger for “hidden wisdom” drove him to the study of all matters esoteric. A scholar, magician and Mason, his words drew praise from many, yet were controversial enough to draw a fair amount of criticism … likely to Waite’s delight. This collection of Masonic papers from A.E. Waite represents some of the finest thoughts on the “deeper aspects” of Masonry. Includes: “Discourse on the Fellowcraft Degree;” “Emblematic Freemasonry, Building Guilds and Hermetic Schools;” “Pillars of the Temple;” “The French Mystic and the Story of Modern Martinism;” “The Templars Orders in Freemasonry;” “Some Deeper Aspects of Masonic Symbolism” and more.