Masonic Footnotes (this website) has now its own publishing “department” – Cravat Books – created to release books of István Horváth. The very first volume is a Masonic pocket companion: Weekly Masonic Doubts. It has 52 chapters (plus a Bonus
If this book wasn’t written, we should create it immediately. Whenever somebody asked for recommendation for an informative book about Freemasonry, I just scratched my head. Especially, if the person was not interested to join but to learn, or when
In a closed Masonic discussion group someone asked whether we have read Leo Taxil’s famous exposé of Masonry. Instead of giving a one-liner, I decided to make a longer post. Most people, Masons included, have no idea who this gentleman
With this post I am launching a series of Masonic Book Reviews. I planned it for a while and now the “critical amount” has accumulated and here goes the first piece of this section. I apologize to my readers who speak only English – sometimes I will review even books written in other languages. Not to annoy you but trying to share information about books from other cultures. Here is the very first one: a novel written in my mother tongue, in Hungarian, by a writer and researcher, Gergely Péterfy.