You will find precious couple of books about Freemasonry by ladies and practically none that are anti-Masonic. Were Masonry is the evil institution its couple of detractors allow it to be to be, we'd think there'd be much more. The writer of this specific work clearly comes with an agenda which, simply mentioned, is 'If it isn't what I Understand To Become CHRISTIAN, it's evil.' Additionally for this work along with a similar one concerning the Order from the Eastern Star (an organization, mainly within the U . s . States, for that female relatives of Masons), she takes identical are designed for Mormons, Aa (for his or her 'false teachings') as well as other organizations which she deems 'new age' - and therefore totally unacceptable.
Within this work of under 50 pages, Burns starts with early utilization of quotes from Masonic authors taken totally from context to be able to 'make her case' while proven liars for example Jim Shaw are cited extensively. Additionally towards the usual from context quotes from Pike, the rest of her 'sources' come from anti-Masonic authors such as the Arcana Training courses, Decker, Chick and an array of other anti-Masons. Taking great license using the actual activities from the lodge, Burns helps make the ridiculous and unsupportable declare that the 'Masonic God is Lucifer' and ascribes the normal anti-Masonic meaning. She claims you will find over 1Thousand levels in Freemasonry and her (insufficient) scholarship isn't any more clearly apparent when she quotes the Taxil hoax from Erectile dysfunction Decker's book.