The Widow’s Son
The great edifice known as Salomon’s Temple has, even from before its construction, been surrounded by mystery. The Scientist and Occult philosopher Sir Isaac Newton, believed that the secrets of the Universe were concealed in its dimensions.
Read how King Salomon, aided by his friend, King Hiram of Tyre and Hiram Abiff, the Widow’s Son, built his greatest and lasting, ‘though incomplete monument.
This account incorporates a number of different traditions including those from the Old Testament, other ancient sources and Freemasonry. It will be familiar to those who have an interest in or knowledge of the occult, the Old Testament or Freemasonry.
“The Widow’s Son” is a book length, quatrain poem. This work will be of particular interest to Christians and Freemasons throughout and beyond the known world.
No. stanzas : 430
Total A5 pages : 132 (120 pages of poetry)