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For at least two hundred years, Freemasonry has been subjected to witch-hunts. Conspiracy theories abound in which Freemasons manipulate whole governments, incite revolution, control the world banking system, and will engage in any activity, even murder, to advance their aims. Even today, Freemasonry is still seen a legitimate group to attack on the grounds of politics, re For at least two hundred years, Freemasonry has been subjected to witch-hunts. Conspiracy theories abound in which Freemasons manipulate whole governments, incite revolution, control the world banking system, and will engage in any activity, even murder, to advance their aims. Even today, Freemasonry is still seen a legitimate group to attack on the grounds of politics, religion and conspiracy theories. The Red Triangle uncovers the reality of this persecution of Freemasons from its first manifestation soon after people became aware of their existence in the seventeenth century. Attacks and persecution took place in many countries as Freemasonry spread around the world—there was even an anti-Masonic political party in nineteenth-century America that stood against Masonic politicians. In complete contrast, Freemasonry and the American Civil War provides a fascinating inside view of the ethos of Freemasons in extreme, life-threatening, situations when Freemasons offered assistance to their fellow Freemasons on opposite sides during the war.


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For at least two hundred years, Freemasonry has been subjected to witch-hunts. Conspiracy theories abound in which Freemasons manipulate whole governments, incite revolution, control the world banking system, and will engage in any activity, even murder, to advance their aims. Even today, Freemasonry is still seen a legitimate group to attack on the grounds of politics, re For at least two hundred years, Freemasonry has been subjected to witch-hunts. Conspiracy theories abound in which Freemasons manipulate whole governments, incite revolution, control the world banking system, and will engage in any activity, even murder, to advance their aims. Even today, Freemasonry is still seen a legitimate group to attack on the grounds of politics, religion and conspiracy theories. The Red Triangle uncovers the reality of this persecution of Freemasons from its first manifestation soon after people became aware of their existence in the seventeenth century. Attacks and persecution took place in many countries as Freemasonry spread around the world—there was even an anti-Masonic political party in nineteenth-century America that stood against Masonic politicians. In complete contrast, Freemasonry and the American Civil War provides a fascinating inside view of the ethos of Freemasons in extreme, life-threatening, situations when Freemasons offered assistance to their fellow Freemasons on opposite sides during the war.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Michael Snuffin

    I really enjoyed reading this book. Cooper's examination of Masonophobia (his term for Anti-Masonry) brought to light some fascinating and disturbing facts. For example, Adolf Eichmann identified and cataloged information on Freemasons and their organizations before he was called away to deal with the so-called "Jewish problem." The author also gives evidence that the Germans specifically hunted down and murdered Masons in the same systematic manner as they did with the Jews. The Red Triangle fr I really enjoyed reading this book. Cooper's examination of Masonophobia (his term for Anti-Masonry) brought to light some fascinating and disturbing facts. For example, Adolf Eichmann identified and cataloged information on Freemasons and their organizations before he was called away to deal with the so-called "Jewish problem." The author also gives evidence that the Germans specifically hunted down and murdered Masons in the same systematic manner as they did with the Jews. The Red Triangle from the title refers to the Nazi concentration camp badge used to identify Freemasons and other political enemies. The author also reports on modern Masonophobia in Scotland, where ignorant people recently demanded that the government require employees to register as Freemasons. It concludes with an analysis of Masonophobia and its causes. Highly recommended. I wonder if anyone has written about Masonophobia in America? That sounds like a good read.

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