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  • But he was a well-known Freemason.
  • Langdon had already explained to her about the Templars’ powerful historic ties to the modern Masonic secret societies, whose primary degrees—Apprentice Freemason, Fellowcraft Freemason, and Master Mason—harked back to early Templar days.
  • Langdon had already explained to her about the Templars’ powerful historic ties to the modern Masonic secret societies, whose primary degrees—Apprentice Freemason, Fellowcraft Freemason, and Master Mason—harked back to early Templar days.

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  • Famous freemasons include George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and Voltaire.
  • The author did not divulge the specific means freemasons use to recognize each other such as handshakes and specific ritual wording.

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