A Pilgrim's Path
One Man's Road to the Masonic Temple

John J. Robinson

A Pilgrim's Path    The author of the best-selling "Born in Blood" about the Knights Templar and his belief that it was connected to modern Freemasonry, he received many invitations to speak. As he toured the country speaking about his book to Masons and non-Masons alike, he often found that there was more interest in the organization itself rather than his work.

    As a non-Mason himself, he was often encouraged by the anti-Masonic faction to speak out against Masonry yet meeting of thousands of Masons convinced him that this was indeed an organization worth joining. This book explains why prior to his death, Mr. Robinson became Brother Robinson to millions of Freemasons - and debunks the major religious/new world order slurs against Freemasonry.

John J. Robinson suffered an ultimately fatal heart attack in 1996 (a fact which should confound those who've tried to allude that Masonic deviltry wipes out its opponents) but by the time this happened, he was firmly committed to the fraternity and was a major proponent of the formation of the Masonic Information Center. 

If you've ever considered joining Masonry, this is a must read book!

A MUST READ for Masons and non-Masons!

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