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Books and movies with Masonic themes
The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown is a novel that is a conspiracy thriller which features Robert Langdon, a professor of religious symbology at Harvard University. The story is set in Washington, DC, and focuses on Masonic symbols.
National Treasure is a movie that is a thriller set in Washington, DC.
Dune by Frank Herbert is a science fiction novel that contains Masonic symbolism. The order of the Bene Gesserit is a play on 'bene Jesuit,' which is Latin and English combined for 'good Jesuit.' This is a term that often is used sarcastically. The name Fremen plays on Freemason. The use of the color blue in the Fremen's eyes is representative of the Blue Lodge, which is the primary organization in Freemasonry. Also, the Jesuits and Freemasons have a long history of political rivalry, which is a parallel to the Bene Gesserit and Fremen relationship.
The Man Who Would Be King by Rudyard Kipling
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