Building Boaz – from Dr. John S. Nagy

Building Boaz

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Uncommon Catechism for Uncommon Masonic Education
Volume 2

See “Press Release”  below

12 concise chapters
of uncommon Masonic catechism
with over 180 pages of quality information
with footnotes and additional Masonic challenges throughout the book.

Tampa Bay, Florida – September 2009

What makes for really Strong Masons? What Strengthens them so they may continue to do long enduring Masonic Work? These are two of the many questions that Masonic author Dr. John S. Nagy set out to answer when he laid the Foundation for his new book, “Building Boaz – Uncommon Catechism for Uncommon Masonic Education.”

With earnest effort, Dr. Nagy lays out a series of 12 informative Masonic Catechisms that tie together aspects of the First Degree in Masonry and point to the Strengthening Work Masons must complete before they can successfully progress toward other degrees.

What he personally uncovered as a result of this Work has changed his experience of Masonry.

Within the pages of his book, Dr. John reveals connections to help Masons better understand…

  • The background and Masonic significance of the location of King Solomon Temple.
  • How Masons actually Strengthen the connections required for all future Work to succeed and last.
  • Meanings behind the checkered pavement, Jacob’s Ladder and other symbols used within the first Masonic degree that assist in Entered Apprentice Work.
  • The connection between the Square and Compasses and its significance in the Work of all Masons.
  • The specific Work Entered Apprentices must do to Properly Prepare to be Passed to the next Degree.

Dr. Nagy provides Masons with an interesting and thought-provoking guide to improve and strengthen their Masonic awareness and clarity. He shares key information and insights that helps readers better understand how facets of the first Masonic Degree fit together to help them in their Building.

This is a must have book for Entered Apprentice Masons and all those Masons who mentor them.

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  1. Take a peek inside the Book – Building Boaz

    Promethean Genesis Building Freemasonry

    Tampa, FL – September 1, 2009 – Promethean Genesis Publishing (PGP) announced the soon release of its new book Building Boaz – Uncommon Catechism for Uncommon Masonic Education – Volume 2 written by Author and Business/Life Coach Dr. John S. Nagy. Available at http://www.coach.net, Building Boaz guides readers through a series of thought provoking catechisms designed to improve Entered Apprentice awareness, clarity and success.

    Dr. Nagy says, “Masonic writings from the past shed much Light upon current day Ritual; all that one needs to do is to connect the dots.” In “Building Boaz,” the Doctor ventures forth with a “National Treasure” style zeal into archaic Masonic books and unfolds twelve new, revealing and unique Masonic catechisms to answer questions such as:

    How do the Square and Compasses play into the connection between Heaven and Earth?
    What can Entered Apprentices do to Establish a Strong Foundation for future success in Masonry and in Life?
    What Work must Entered Apprentice Masons do to Properly Prepare for what is to come?
    What is the Fifth Perfect Point and how can it be used to determine Masonic success?
    Why is the location for King Solomon’s Temple so important to Masons?
    What knowledge conveyed in a Masonic preparation Ritual used for Entered Apprentices in other countries could benefit Masons in the USA?

    These questions and many others are answered within this book and with Masonic precision and earnest dedication to Ritual.

    If you’re looking for supplementary Light on what your Ritual is actually communicating, Dr. Nagy’s book is a excellent Working Tool to help you explore even further, decode deeper and understand clearer that which is in plain view for all to see.

    The book presents many uncommon views about Masonic Ritual symbolism not readily seen by some Masons. Building Boaz takes unusual approaches toward bringing about understanding for readers and offers critical connections and concepts to provoke successful thought and action. The author’s background in Business and Life Coaching helped support the book’s design to create gradual shifts for any reader. Nagy explains, “The book helps the reader make the connections — each chapter is ‘bite size’ so the reader doesn’t get overloaded. Many Masons slow their progress the moment they don’t make a significant connection to the symbols. Building Boaz helps prevent this by presenting key concepts in comfortable understandable pieces — making steady connections quick and easy. It also fills the gaps just enough to leave you wanting more.

    PGP will make this book available Mid-September.

    About John S. Nagy

    Success Provoker extraordinaire, Coach Nagy is an accomplished Business and Life Coach, speaker and author. He credits his success to many of the important ideas shared in his books. His Provoking Success message empowers readers to embrace much-needed concepts to realize their undiscovered potential. From coaching sessions and keynote speeches to seminars and workshops, Nagy empowers others to successfully embrace and employ vital life connections.

    For more information about “Building Boaz – Uncommon Catechism for Uncommon Masonic Education – Volume 2”, PGP and Coach John S. Nagy, visit http://www.coach.net.

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