Canonbury Masonic Research Centre

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Poster for the Canonbury Masonic Research Centre 2010 Conference.

The Canonbury Masonic Research Centre was an academic centre which studied and released information about freemasonry. It was founded in 1998 and apparently wound down operations in 2012, although this is not certain. It was based at Canonbury Tower, Islington, North London, N1 2NQ; a house which was once leased to Sir Francis Bacon and has strong Rosicrucian links. A lodge of the United Grand Lodge of England has been situated there since 2003. They released a detailed set of volumes on masonic history known as The Canonbury Papers, which was apparently intended for in-house purpose, but also offers a wealth of information for opponents of the conspiracy.

The Canonbury Papers

  • Volume I: The Social Impact of Freemasonry on the Modern Western World
  • Volume II: Freemasonry in Music and Literature
  • Volume III: Freemasonry and Religion: Many Faiths, One Brotherhood
  • Volume IV: Freemasonry and Initiatic Traditions
  • Volume V: Knowledge of the Heart: Gnostic Movements and Secret Tradition

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