Perceptions of Freemasonry

PERCEPTIONS OF FREEMASONRY
First event on Dan Brown’s new novel — The Lost Symbol— on Thursday October 15
Thursday 15th October
“Lost Symbols? Discussing Dan Brown’s new novel”. A panel of researchers into freemasonry and fraternalism will discuss the book. As Dan Brown’s new novel The Lost Symbol was released today, we have decided to arrange an event “Lost Symbols? Discussing Dan Brown’s new novel” in order to examine the book and its (masonic) content on Thursday October 15th. You are invited to attend the event, ask questions and discuss the fictionalisation of facts, conspiracy theories and secret societies.
Information about the treatment of freemasonry is available on the following site: http://www.freemasonlostsymbol.com/
The link is officially sponsored by the Masonic Society of North America, the Masonic Memorial and the George Washington Masonic Memorial and provides correct and useful information. Please register for tickets, contributions £2. d.sommer@sheffield.ac.uk 0114-222 98 91

First event on Dan Brown’s new novel — The Lost Symbol

Thursday October 15

“Lost Symbols? Discussing Dan Brown’s new novel”. A panel of researchers into freemasonry and fraternalism will discuss the book. As Dan Brown’s new novel The Lost Symbol was released today, we have decided to arrange an event “Lost Symbols? Discussing Dan Brown’s new novel” in order to examine the book and its (masonic) content on Thursday October 15th. You are invited to attend the event, ask questions and discuss the fictionalisation of facts, conspiracy theories and secret societies.

Information about the treatment of freemasonry is available on the following site: http://www.freemasonlostsymbol.com/

The link is officially sponsored by the Masonic Society of North America, the Masonic Memorial and the George Washington Masonic Memorial and provides correct and useful information. Please register for tickets, contributions £2. d.sommer@sheffield.ac.uk 0114-222 98 91

The Centre for Research into Freemasonry, The University of Sheffield.

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One Response

  1. More about Dan Brown in newspaper Aftenposten:

    http://www.aftenposten.no/nyheter/uriks/article3348807.ece

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