Go behind closed doors with unprecedented access to the Masonic Order! The secret history of the Freemasons is revealed in this detailed account of its symbols, practices and legends. Through dramatic re-enactments and expert testimonials, this 3-part series (The Leaders, The Legends, Conspiracy) traces the origins and development of the secret society, showing how the order has influenced and changed world history. Also included is the bonus program Inside Freemasonry, a true account of four men preparing to enter the secret society. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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