By Barb Karg, John K Young
From the illustrious George Washington and the notorious J. Edgar Hoover to wonderful imaginer Walt Disney and undesirable boy of baseball Ty Cobb, Freemasons have motivated each element of yank existence. but this mystery society is still as arguable and mysterious as ever. during this publication, you will study the reality about:
- The energy and that means in the back of the symbols, rites, and rituals
- Alleged connections with Jack the Ripper, the KKK, and the Holy Grail
- Freemasons vs. the Nazis
- The centuries-long competition with the Catholic Church
- Freemasonry's becoming effect right here and abroad
because the biggest - and oldest - fraternal association, the Freemasons will proceed to form the realm we are living in for the foreseeable destiny. With this tell-all consultant, you are going to get to the bottom of the secret of this fascinating society - one mystery at a time!
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Still, reexamination of the sources seems to confirm that few hui of the type familiar to us from Qing sources predate the Ming-Qing transition. James Tong's exhaustive work on Ming collective violence, for example, makes almost no mention of hui, which are not associated with a distinct type of violence in his analysis (Tong 1991, 58-59). By contrast, there were more than 40 incidents of huirelated violence in eighteenth-century Southeast China (Zhuang 1990, 111-20), and C. K. 2 percent of all nineteenth-century mass actions (Yang 1975, 197).
First, even if the brotherhood "ideology" characterizing many hui was not explicitly anti-Confucian, the brotherhood nonetheless remained unigenerational, underscoring the distance of the hui from the more typically hierarchical institutions of local society and their built-in age-based authority. The blood oath of fictive kinship and the availability of the hui as a social form encouraged late-night drinking and acts of bravado in ways that lineages and village communities, more directly linked to structures of local dominance through local gentry, did not.
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