NOTE: I have written about this book in a recent article. The author, Brother Robert Kalian, P.M is a friend of mine. We both are members of the same lodge in Texas. When I received the following news release today, I felt the need to share this brother’s work with you again. This book was Bob’s life work and a labor of love, and it deserves as much publicity as it can get.-Bill
SHAKER HEIGHTS, Ohio (PRWEB)January 15, 2019
Robert Kalian, P.M., a US military veteran whose experiences brought him around the world, a longtime Rhode Island resident, and a Chinese history, language, and literature student, has completed his new book “The Hidden Secret Power of Freemasonry”: a firsthand account of what this mysterious organization does—and does not do—and the supportive role the organization plays in the lives of its members.
“It might be entertaining to be anti-Masonic and perpetuate conspiracy theories based on satanic worship, but this book is dedicated to neutralizing such negative ideologies, and instead brings to light the significant works of the greatest fraternal organization in the world,” Kalian, a Mason of fifty years and a member of the Scottish Rite for forty-six, said of his book. “The Masonic term ‘making good men better’ is the desire of the craft concerning all people living in a multicultural society to better themselves. This is masonry in a nutshell. This is a book which cannot be read in one night. The reader must be very patient in order to comprehend what the true meanings of Masonry is really all about.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Robert Kalian, P.M.’s work takes a detailed approach as he covers the path that brought Masonry under such scrutiny by the masses, and serves to reveal the humanistic and spiritual ethics that drive each member to be a better member of society, and the best man they can be for themselves.
“To achieve this betterment takes a great deal of work and self-introspection, which is clearly presented in the important historical esoteric symbols associated with the craft,” Kalian explained. “Men join Freemasonry because in their hearts, they seek to improve themselves. Freemasonry centers on learning how to charge one’s self with thought and physical conduct. However, in order to improve, one must read, study, and understand the true nature of reality in life, buttressed by the role of oneself and those with which one socializes.”
Readers who wish to peel back the layers and get to the core of the purpose of the Freemasons can purchase “The Hidden Secret Powers of Freemasonry” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.