Author: MacNulty, W. Kirk
Number Of Pages: 242
Details: Product Description
In this new Deluxe Edition of an enduring Masonic classic, W. Kirk MacNulty takes the reader on a quest deep into the heart of Craft Freemasonry in search of its spiritual core. Drawing upon Renaissance philosophy, kabbalistic mysticism, and Jungian psychology, The Way of the Craftsman explores the symbolism and ceremony of the Masonic lodge in a profound and effective manner. With new illustrations, amended annotations, and a special Foreword by Masonic scholar Shawn Eyer, this new edition is designed to bring fresh insight to a new generation of Freemasons and those curious about Freemasonry.
About the Author
W. Kirk MacNulty’s experience in Freemasonry spans more than fifty years. He is a Past Master of lodges in England and the United States, and the author of several notable books about the philosophy and culture of the Masonic Order, including Freemasonry: A Journey Through Ritual and Symbol (Thames & Hudson, 1991), Freemasonry: Symbols, Secrets, Significance (Thames & Hudson, 2006), and Contemplating Craft Freemasonry (Plumbstone, 2018).