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  • Paperback: 283 pages
  • Publisher: Chick Publications Inc.,U.S. (1 April 1991)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0937958387
  • ISBN-13: 978-0937958384
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 13.3 x 21 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 583,385 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Pauwels Laura on 9 April 2009
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Very informative book. William Schnoebelen explains in a clear way the spiritual dangers of freemasonry,its origins and symbolism. I highly recommend this book and Lucifer Dethroned by the same author.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Aj Viljoen VINE VOICE on 17 Mar. 2004
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How many books do you buy and read and buy and read, just to find that one book which will make a profound change? Well this is that book, believe me. (Even if you are not that interested in Masonry, because this book is about much, much more than Masonry).
So, why is it good?
It is well written. It is easy to read. It is interesting. (So interesting, it reads like a novel). It is relevant. It is thought provoking. It will cause you to look at things differently. It will make you a better person. What more do you want in a book? My copy is doing the rounds. But as soon as I get it back, I am going to read it again. Again.
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It was a very good read. Food for thought. My mum and uncle forced my dad to join the masonry and since then a lot of untold problems have being happening including constant witchcraft attacks. As a child I
told my parents that free masonry is
nothing but witchcraft and that they must
be alert that Jesus Christ forbids such butno one listened to my warning and
cries. However I later discovered that mymum is deep in witchcraft. She
supports my siblings that are not studyingthe True Word of God and those
that do not believe in the Righteous and
True God. Praise God the Truth though bitter must be revealed so that those in darkness could see the Light of Righteous God and come out of darkness. Satan has no light in himself but full of lies and reciet.

People must understand that satan has no good intention but to loo mankind in joining him in eternal damnation.
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4 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Ellen Stafford on 15 Aug. 2006
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I have never been more disappointed with a book, Unless you are a fundamentalist christian this is not the book for you.

The authour has obviously had some profound experiences in his life. Following his "salvation", he has chosen to reframe much of his earlier learning in terms of satanic indoctrination and sin.

For anyone interested in learning more about masonry I suggest a less one sided text. For those interested in christian propoganda and dogma then this will reinforce everything you believe in.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Eye-opening and informative. Must read for any Christian considering Masonry! 5 April 2013
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Before purchasing this book, I read the critiques, good and bad. I have always had a general apprehension about masonry since I heard about it after joining the military. As a Christian, I was never one for fraternities or secret organizations. If I have to be identified as part of any spiritually influenced organization outside of the workforce, I would rather it be the body of Christ. I have heard the talks of making you a better man. As a Christian, the bible is suffice, and if the works and study of this voluntary group means less time away from God's word, I become skeptical. What are these secrets that I am swearing oath and allegiance to? Who are the brothers to my left and right that I am making this bond with? Yeah, I get the charities and functions I hear about, but a little good does not compensate for any amount of wrong, hence the need for Christ in my life in the first place.

No one debates the fact that the pledge is open to anyone (witch, wiccan, muslim, buddhist), so long as they believe in a "higher power". But what higher power? If spirituality has any relevance at all with being a mason (which it does), then as a Christian, I cannot accept any other faith, be it by the current leaders or the founding fathers, other than God through Christ crucified. I can't swear an allegiance of any spiritual signifance to a family of people that don't stand strongly by the same conviction. This book exposed some truths that I have already encountered through masons and eastern stars that I have personally met along the way. Not saying there aren't some good (though misguided) people in the group. I would even say that some truly fancy themselves devout Christian men that would run, like this author did, if exposed to. But none that I have met have been exceptional people, to say the least.
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My Own Experiences with the Masonic Brotherhood 6 Jun. 2012
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After spending six years in Iraq with numerous Masons from various lodges, albeit mostly Prince Hall and Blue lodge masons(many I consider brothers for other reasons), I can tell you the truth is somewhere in-between both sides of this debate. If one can truly put away their own bias on this subject, they will find enough legitimate evidence to support 'some' of the alleged bad things and good things that occur in many lodges. Note that a much greater number of US Government, Military, and Law Enforcement personnel are Freemasons than you would ever imagine. Think of them as protectors, or gatekeepers.

Before I discovered how many of my friends and associates were Masons while working for the DoD in Iraq, my preconceived notion was that they were probably satanists, or followers of the occult. Although, some of the concepts, rituals, etc. might technically be occult, the majority of the Masons I know are not bad, or evil. Most of the masons I lived and nearly died with were of the highest quality character, had the best work ethic, and were the most selfless people, just as our masonic founding fathers.(i.e. George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, etc) However, here goes the sad, but true part..

When others resort to blanket stereotypes and ignorant generalizations about Freemasons, they are being sidetracked. The REAL problem is the protective Masonic structure itself imbues masons (both Good and Bad) with the "potential" to become dangerous threats to humanity. I am NOT speaking of what I 'think' or 'feel', rather what I have witnessed myself in an environment much like the movie, Beyond the Thunderdome (power struggles in a war torn country). I have seen many good masonic people enable, support, and protect a few filthy ones who have done more harm to their brotherhood than anyone on the outside. Some of the most detestable things I saw over there came from power hungry masons who constantly exploited the masonic system in order serve their own interests, or evade the law.

I do not believe what I repeatedly saw from the self-serving ones were isolated incidents, but more like a microcosm of what happens elsewhere, including back home.

You might think, "Well, who the hell cares?". That would be the wrong question.

Now think about where this might apply in a society full of Waste, Fraud, and Abuse; Corruption. What about the most powerful politicians who keep screwing Americans, but can't ever seem to be voted out of office? Consider the one bad cop on the squad who 'unnecessarily' kills an innocent youth (i.e. trigger happy), but never sees jail time? And how about the CEO of a large bank who somehow manages to convince the Treasury to allow the transfer of toxic debt from their balance sheet onto the backs of the public, sticking it to the average citizen struggling to pay the rent? What about that time a company starts laying employees off, but the new guy who doesn't even know his stuff yet, still keeps his job? Yeah, it is predominately because of 'who they know' and the fact that Masons will not turn on each other, even if they have one sorry excuse for a piece of crap brother whose a murderer. What was once a powerful force for good and freedom early in American history has quite simply been corrupted and exploited.

Don't get me wrong, I very much revere General Patton, Eisenhower, and MacArthur as I borrow quotes from them all the time. Unfortunately, the world is so messed up right now, these wolves I previously spoke about are licking their chops once they get in, as they are fully aware of the level of benefits, protection, and more influential connections they will make. Every time I asked one of the new guys why they were joining, it was always a selfish response. "I'd like to have a political career someday." or "I need a hookup." (trying to get a better job)

While working for Centcom, I can tell you the majority of Freemasons I knew were a step above the rest of us. But I cannot emphasize enough that some of the most corrupt, filthy, dangerous, thieving scumbags out there also wore the same robe. For much of the criminally inclined savages on earth, they will eventually face the law and justice will be served. But, there's a good chance that same criminal who wears a robe will be placed above the law. Depending on the circumstances and personality of the individual this can empower an ordinary criminal (theif, etc) to be a VERY dangerous one. Quite frankly, there doesn't seem to be enough checks and balances, or they simply don't work too well since the tight-knit brotherhood can effectively result in a 'no snitch' policy.

The adequate response from all Freemasons should be reflective in nature, to determine just how to make this right, restore what has been lost and prevent the great potential for tyranny, injustice, and further inequality.
Another reason I had to comment, I really got tired of seeing folks bash some of my friends without even knowing any of them. Trust me, they're not sorcerers. Basically, there's a whole lot of good people doing great work, spending lots of time helping charities and who die regularly for our country, but there's a few rotten apples destroying anything good still left in the system.

Just in case you're wondering, because of the aforementioned character issues of a few shady masons, AND because of my personal religious beliefs I will likely never join Freemasonry.

I'd also like to consider this a plea for the Masonic leadership take this issue seriously, before it's too late. It may sound crazy, but the balance of power, future of humanity might very well depend on it. Just look around. Freemasons are just as much responsible for shaping the world today as they were way back then during early Colonial days. If the leadership hasn't even started to clean things up, it may be a sign it's time for all Freemasons to shake things up.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Masonry beyond the lit 2 Mar. 2013
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This is an awesome book it gives great details an on point with knowing what the writer is saying is truth I would suggest all Christians to purchase this book whereas your knowledge of masonry will be well inform
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Eye-Opening 18 Feb. 2013
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Before reading Masonry: Beyond the Light I didn't know much about Masonry. I always felt that it was something to avoid but didn't know why. Now I have solid, biblical reasons why Masonry is so dangerous and I am grateful to Schnoebelen for producing such a powerful book.
Well-researched, well thought-out and filled with personal experience Masonry: Beyond the Light is a must-read for anyone (particularly Christians) who wants to open their eyes to the danger that is in the Masonry movement.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Liked this book! 11 Dec. 2012
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I am so glad I downloaded this book, I appreciate the fact that I can read it on my phone too, very easy to use! Thanks
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