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The curses and bondages of freemasonry / written by Kevin Ekert
Bib ID 1483111
Format BookBook
Author
Ekert, Kevin
 
Edition 5th rev. ed. 
Description Ettalong Beach : K. Ekert, 1996 
64 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0646168258
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Reference book for ministers & laymen ; bk. 2.

Subjects Freemasonry.
Other authors/contributors Australian Christian Ministries
Available From Australian Christian Ministries, PO Box 107 Ettalong Beach NSW 2257. 

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