Walter Leslie Wilmshurst
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Born in Chichester, Wilmshurst was initiated as a Mason in the Huddersfield lodge in 1889, having moved to the town to become a solicitor, for a time becoming president of the Huddersfield Law Society. He died in Huddersfield.
- The Meaning of Masonry
- The Ceremony of Initiation
- The Ceremony of Passing
- Notes on Cosmic Consciousness
- Masonic Initiation
Articles and papers
- "The Fundamental Philosophic Secrets Within Masonry"
- "Review: 'The Hidden Church of the Holy Graal' by A.E. Waite"
- "The Mystical Basis of Freemasonry"
- "Reason and Vision"
- "The Working Tools of an Old York Master"
- "Spurious Ecstasy and Ceremonial Magic"
- Robert Lomas. 'The Works of W. L. Wilmshurst Now Freely Available on the Web of Hiram', robertlomas.com.Retrieved 23 November 2009.
- Robert Lomas. 'The Works of Walter Leslie Wilmshurst ', The Web of Hiram (13 July 2005). Retrieved 23 November 2009.
- "Mr W. L. Wilmshurst". The Solicitors' journal. The Journal. 83 (2): 608. 1939.
- "Mr W. L. Wilmshurst". The Law Journal. E.B. Ince. 88: 93. 1939. OCLC 2353788.
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