Robert's new book The Lost Key, an investigation into the interface between the ancient, supernatural teachings of the Freemasons and modern science, is available from 8th June 2011
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Also there is a Kindle Edition of The Secret Science of Masonic Initiation available from Amazon Click here.
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Dedicated Book Websites Visit the website for The Secret Science of Masonic Initiation - Find out more about the Masonic Quest for Truth Visit the website for The Invisible College - Find out more about the Masonic Scientists who formed The Royal Society Visit the website for Turning the Templar Key - Find out more about the Masonic Knights Templar and how they came to be formed, Visit the website for Turning the Solomon Key - Find out more about the Secret Science of Masonic Astrology and how it influenced George Washington Visit the website for Turning the Hiram Key -Bringing Science and Spirituality Together in Harmony Details of "The Book of Hiram" and it's linked website "The Web of Hiram"
Research and General Articles Details of some of the experiments which were carried out whilst investigating the image on the shroud of Turin whilst researching The Second Messiah Lecture on Tesla given to the Institute of Physics at Cheltenham Spark of genius. An essay on Nikola Tesla first published in The Independent Magazine Aug 21 1999 Detailed instructions for making your own Megalithic Yard Preston's e-Illustrations of Masonry Articles about Freemasonry Robert's thoughts whilst writing Turning The Hiram Key
Orkney A tour of some interesting sites in Orkney
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