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Skip to content Skip to search. Home This edition , English, Book, Illustrated edition: Restorations of masonic geometry and symbolry : being a dissertation on the lost knowledges of the lodge Bromwell, Henry Pelham Holmes, Published Denver, Col. Bromwell masonic publishing company, Language English.
Check copyright status Cite this Title Restorations of masonic geometry and symbolry : being a dissertation on the lost knowledges of the lodge Author Bromwell, Henry Pelham Holmes, Physical Description 9 p. Subjects Freemasonry -- Symbolism.
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Henry P. H. Bromwell
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He was a lawyer and judge who served as a U. Representative from Illinois from — and continued to practice law when he moved to Colorado in where he was appointed to compile the state's statutes. Bromwell was initiated into freemasonry in , and he became the Grand Master of Illinois in When he moved to Colorado he became that state's first Honorary Grand Master. He developed the Free, and Accepted Architects, a new rite for Freemasonry which sought to teach its initiates the lost work of the craft embodied in Bromwell's Geometrical system. After his death, the Grand Lodge of Colorado published his work on the esoteric nature of Sacred geometry in the book Restorations of Masonic Geometry and Symbolry.