The History of Armenian Masonry: The Return of the Lodge (Paperback)
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A history of Armenian masonry that goes back to the legendary origins of Noah to the operative stone masons to the speculative masons to the lodges of the 1800s, their destruction during the genocide and revival in 1991. I have learned a lot about the Masons, very informative Gary A Kulhanjian, Social Historian. Just bought one...congratulations. Armen Garabedian, PGM, Grand Secretary/Chancellor, Grand Lodge of Armenia. Thank you so much for helping to keep our collection current, and congratulations Catherine M. Walter, Curator, Chancellor Robert R Livingston Masonic Library of Grand Lodge.
About the Author
Michael Boyajian is a retired attorney and former human rights judge. His mother lodge is Cornerstone 178. He is a member of the following masonic research societies: Quatuor Coronati Corresponding Circle 2076, Local Secretary The Scottish Rite Research Society The Philalethes Society WNY LoR 9007 Iowa Research Lodge 2 Michael Boyajian lives in the Hudson Valley with his wife Jeri Wagner and their three cats where they enjoy their Cicero garden and library. He has written Roman Armenia, The Byzantine Armenians, Efficacious Roman Suicide and The Fishkill Supply Depot: Sacred Ground of the American Revolution. His is a co-author of The People's Victory.