Light Invisible: The Freemasonry Answer to Darkness Visible
In 1952, a pseudonymous response to Walton Hannah’s anti-Masonic work, Darkness Visible, appeared in England. The author, who called himself Vindex, was an Episcopal clergyman and a Freemason, who would not be bullied by its detractors. Written with insight, a stinging wit, and sincerity, this work, long out of print is now available again in a corrected, new edition. Vindex succinctly corrects the distorted view of Masonry presented in Darkness Visible, and reveals that the Craft does indeed have an important role in the world today.