First published in 1882, Robert Hewitt Brown's 'Stellar Theology and Masonic Astronomy' created a sensation. Well researched and beautifully written, the book reveals the hidden meanings of masonic and other symbols, linking them both to pagan religion and to modern faiths such as Judaism and Christianity.
As a highly respected Freemason, (having achieved the 32nd degree), and a diligent scholar of the ancient mysteries, Brown spoke from an almost unique position of authority. 'Stellar Theology and Masonic Astronomy' lays bare astonishing astronomical explanations for a host of religious allegories and motifs, allowing the reader to reconcile numerous otherwise incomprehensible enigmas. A must-read for both mason and non-mason alike.