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References to Freemasonry in popular culture range from the vitriolic to the innocuous. Far more often they are merely misinformed allusions from which Freemasonry faces a far more insidious threat; that of being marginalized, trivialized, and fictionalized. Most of the references noted on this site are harmless, simply pointing out that Freemasonry has played a role in our society; some are humorous, yet some are disturbing in their associations.
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le Triangle Secret
The storyline incorporates theories that Freemasonry is connected with the Knights Templar and early Christianity. The author makes it clear that it is only a work of fiction but it is a reasonably accurate depiction of masonic life and ideals.
Volume 1 introduces two researchers, Didier Mosàle and Francis Marlane who were initiated together into Freemasonry. Other freemasons, and masonic symbols and themes, appear throughout the seven-volume comic book series.
"Le Triangle Secret"
7 volumes
By Dider Convard at al.
Glenat, Publisher, ISBN : 2723434982, EAN: 978272348292, 9782723434980, April 2002 - March 2003

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