100 Freemasons

100 Freemasons

We present to you a book that tells the stories of 100 Freemasons who changed the world. Each of them can be an inspiration to anyone interested in the Royal Art.

The book is doubly interesting, because not only does it tell the story of the 100 Freemasons who had the greatest impact on the history of the world, but it also shows their portraits made using artificial intelligence.

Now you can look into the faces of such past Craft members as Montesquieu, Lord Nelson, and Prince Hall as if they were contemporaries of us.

Freemasonry is an ancient and universal spiritual tradition that unites people of different nationalities, worldviews, and professions in search of truth and brotherhood.
Its history is rich and complex, full of inspiration and thought-provoking. Among its members were great thinkers, artists, leaders, and heroes who influenced the formation of civilization. This book presents the profiles of one hundred prominent Brethren from different eras and countries whose activities contributed to the development of mankind. They are not the only or most important Freemasons in history, but from their example, one can try to assess what the Craft is able to offer the world.

It is with a very special pleasure that I have discovered the tremendous work accomplished by the author of this book, Klaus Dąbrowski who offers us with this attractive book an additional opportunity to look at the prestigious worldwide history of the Masonic Order. While benefiting myself since years of experience in the fields of historical research and as a lecturer, I pretty well realize and highly appreciate the high standards of quality of the work done to make this edition possible. It is also up most remarkable that in “old Europe”, in this case in Poland, this kind of works are edited today and it makes it even more valuable.

For all these reasons, I don’t hesitate to recommend it warmly not only to Freemasons but also to everyone people who could discover this way how many famous Freemasons have contributed to the progress of Humanity.

Alain de KEGHEL, 33°

Past Sovereign Grand Commander of the Grand Orient of France

/ Former Consul General of the French Republic in the United States, Belgium and Japan.

The author of this book is himself a Freemason holding the 33rd – the highest degree of initiation.

Klaus Dąbrowski received the first three degrees of initiation in the Grand Orient of Poland (Grand Lodge created in 1783). He was elevated to the 33° – the highest Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite degree – by the Grand Lodge of Italy of the A.F. & A.M. (Palazzo Vitelleschi) in 2010, and currently holds the office of Sovereign Grand Commander of the Supreme Council of Poland.

Klaus Dąbrowski is also known as the author of a highly regarded huge anthology of Masonic illustrations, also published in several languages.

Klaus Dąbrowski

If you want to learn more about Royal Art – as the Freemasons call their craft – you can do so by purchasing “100 Freemasons” on Amazon.

Best regards!

FREEMASONRY.network Team

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