Born in blood, the lost secrets of freemasonry. By John J. Robinson.

“John J. Robinson (c.1918-1996) was an American author and historian, best known as the author of Born in Blood: The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry, He is also credited as being the “founding visionary” of the Masonic Information Center run by the Masonic Service Association of North America.[1] He was a member of the Medieval Academy of America, the Organization of American Historians, and the Royal Over-Seas League of London.”[1]

More of this guy on the next link:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_J._Robinson

Ok, there you have the link of the book:

http://www.911truth.ch/pdf/Born-in-Blood.pdf

The book is divided in two parts, as follows:

 

Part 1: THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
CHAPTER 1: The Urge To Kill 3
CHAPTER 2: “For Now Is Tyme To Be War” 17
CHAPTER 3: “Whether Justly or Out of Hate” 37
CHAPTER 4: “First, and Above All … The Destruction of… the Hospitallers” 46
CHAPTER 5: The Knights of the Temple 63
CHAPTER 6: The Last Grand Master 79
CHAPTER 7: “The Hammer of the Scots” 99
CHAPTER 8: Four Vicars of Christ 116
CHAPTER 9: “Spare No Known Means of Torture” 127
CHAPTER 10: “No Violent Effusions of Blood” 144
CHAPTER 11: Men on the Run 159

Part 2: THE FREEMASONS
Prologue 173
CHAPTER 12: The Birth of Grand Lodge 175
CHAPTER 13: In Search of the Medieval Guilds 188
CHAPTER 14: “To Have My Throat Cut Across” 201
CHAPTER 15: “My Breast Tom Open, My Heart Plucked Out” 210
CHAPTER 16: The Master Mason 215
CHAPTER 17: Mystery in Language 224
CHAPTER 18: Mystery in Allegory and Symbols 235
CHAPTER 19: Mystery in Bloody Oaths 246
CHAPTER 20: Mystery in Religious Convictions 255
CHAPTER 21: Evidence in the Legend of Hiram Abiff 269
CHAPTER 22: Monks into Masons 277
CHAPTER 23: The Protestant Pendulum 291
CHAPTER 24: The Manufactured Mysteries 305
CHAPTER 25: The Unfinished Temple of Solomon 325

Appendix: “Humanum Genus” 345
Bibliography 360
Index 366

 

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