Books of Interest : History of Freemasonry by Albert Mackey

Borrowing the technical language of archaeology, I should say that the history of Masonry may be divided into two periods – prehistoric and the historic. The former is traditional, the latter documentary. Each of these divisions must, in any historical inquiry, be clearly defined. There is also another division, into esoteric and exoteric history.

Books of Interest : the book of Adam and Eve

The books of Adam and Eve belong to a third class of Apocrypha and are believed to be of Hebrew origin. During the Christian age these legends and prophecies of Adam were gathered into one book, a latin. During the Fourteenth and Fifteenth centuries the book was translated into almost all European tongue, and was very popular.

The shadow banking system, what you need to know?

The shadow banking system is vastly bigger than anyone had imagined, the fact it exists at all is unknown to the majority, this needs to change. For the last two decades, it has become common practice for banks to do business in ways that don’t show up on conventional balance sheets. Before the 2008 financial crisis, for example, many investment banks financed mortgages in this way. For all intents and purposes, these transactions are thus invisible to regulators.

Members Of The House Of Lords Under The Letters V and W

            Lord Bishops on this page 2 : The Lord Bishop of Winchester The Lord Bishop of Worcester Members of Gray’s Inn 1 :  Lord Woolf Members of the London School of Economics 1 : Lord Wallace of Saltaire Insight London School of Economics   Baroness Vadera Nil On leave Read More …

Members Of The House Of Lords Under The Letter R

            Number of Lord Bishops on this page 1 :  The Lord Bishop of Rochester   Lord Radice Category 10 : Non-financial interests (d) – Board Member, Policy Network Baroness Ramsay of Cartvale Category 7 : Overseas visits – Visit to Jerusalem, Israel, 13-16 December 2019, as part of parliamentary delegation to attend Multilateral Read More …

Members Of The House Of Lords Under The Letters P – Q

              Lord Bishops on this page 2 :  The Lord Bishop of Peterborough The Lord Bishop of Portsmouth Members of Grey’s Inn 1 :  Lord Pannick   Lord Paddick Nil No registrable interests Lord Palmer Category 2 : Remunerated employment, office, profession etc. – Managing partner, family farming partnership Category 4 Read More …

Members Of The House Of Lords Under The Letter O

              Lord Bishops on this page 1 :  The Lord Bishop of Oxford Member of the London School of Economics 1 : Lord O’Donnell Insight London School of Economics   Lord Oakeshott of Seagrove Bay Category 1 : Directorships – Value and Income Trust plc and subsidiaries (quoted investment trust) Read More …

Members Of The House Of Lords Under The Letter M

              Members of the Middle Temple 1 :  Lord Mance Members of Grey’s Inn 1 : Lord Morris of Aberavon   Lord McAvoy Category 1 : Directorships – Director, County Pub Company Ltd (unremunerated at present, but possibly remunerated at a future date) Category 3 : Person with significant control of Read More …