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Periodical: La Franc-Maconnerie Demasquee

Summary:  From Pat Deveney's database:

Franc-Ma├žonnerie Demasquee.
Revue Mensuelle des Doctrines & Faits Maconniques.
1884--1905? Monthly
Paris, then Grenoble, France.
Language: French.
Publisher: Librairie Catholique Internationale / Association Antimaconnique de France.
Editor: Amand-Joseph Fave, founder.
1/1, 1884-1905(?) 5-6 fr. 50 a year in France, about 600 pp. annually.

This was a journal devoted to the "combat" against Freemasonry and parts of it are included here because of the extraordinary steps to investigate the details of "La Franc-Maconnerie Fille de l'Occultisme" in the heyday of the occult revival of the 1890s. It printed almost line-by-line examinations of Diable au XIXe siecle, showing the sources (usually Eliphas Levi) of Leo Taxil's imaginings and illustrations; reviewed the origins of Martinism; studied secret societies worldwide; and devoted some space in practically every issue to Papus (Gerard Encausse). Princeton University; BNF.

Issues:La Franc-Maconnerie Demasquee V8 1891-1892
La Franc-Maconnerie Demasquee V14 1897-1898

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