Frank Albo

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Frank Albo is a researcher and teacher from the University of Winnipeg, in Manitoba, Canada. He is known for his writings about the Manitoba Legislature. In his work, Albo claims that numerous symbols and figures inside the Manitoba Legislative Building are related to occultism and Freemasonry.

Albo was a Research Fellow at the University of Winnipeg and a specialist in religions of the Ancient Near East and Western esoteric traditions. His claims regarding the alleged Freemasonic symbolism in the Manitoba Legislative Building have been featured in several national and international media, as well as his book, The Hermetic Code.[1] Albo was a Huygens scholar in the Department of Hermetic Philosophy and Related Currents at the University of Amsterdam and is now a doctoral candidate in the History of Architecture at the University of Cambridge.

Albo gives regular presentations and continues his research into esoteric matters.


  1. ^ Albo, Frank (April 2007). The Hermetic Code. Winnipeg Free Press. ISBN 0-9682575-3-4. 

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