(LARGE PRINT EDITION) 1947. From the Introduction: This is not an expose of Masonry or Mormonism. The author is not a Mason, but has made a careful study of the subject, having read more than one hundred books written by orthodox and reputable historians of the Masonic fraternity, with the desire of knowing the points of similarity that may exist in the two rituals and then seeking an explanation of that coincidence. Not a paragraph in this volume is taken from anti-Masonic writers, only the reputable historians of the order being consulted. The purpose of this work is to call attention to the complaints and charges made about the Mormon Temple ceremony by the Masons and others, and give the Mormon answer to these unkind and erroneous assertions.