Angel Millar’s Crescent And The Compass Book Now Available

For readers interested in following my writing outside of Phalanx, I have just released a revised and updated (and I think considerably improved) edition of my Crescent and The Compass: Islam, Freemasonry, Esotericism and Revolution in the Modern Age. It’s available through the usual channels, including here (for the USA) and here (for those in Britain). There is also a forthcoming French edition.

About The Book:

The Crescent and the Compass: Islam, Freemasonry, Esotericism and Revolution in the Modern Age is a timely survey of radical spirituality and political activism in Islam and the West over the last century and a half, The Crescent And The Compass uncovers numerous previously unknown and unexplored connections between European, American, and Middle Eastern movements, organizations, secret societies, and thinkers.

Subjects covered include Sufism and Islamic Gnosticism; Muslim revolutionaries and Freemasons; Rene Guenon, fringe Masonry, Traditionalism, and Islam; the early
history of the Shriners; the Ancient Order of Zuzimites; Charles, Prince of Wales and Islamic spirituality; and militant anti-Freemasonry.

Praise for the Book:

The Crescent and the Compass is a highly significant work… of extraordinary importance in this time of cultural and even spiritual conflict” — New Dawn magazine.

“A Pioneering study” — Andrei Znamenski, author of Red Shambhala: Prophecy, and Geopolitics in the Heart of Asia.

“… an excellent reminder of the wisdom that can come studying the intersections of cultures, people, and places” — Aimee E. Newell, The Northern Light.

“… a brilliant exposition on a neglected topic… crucial for an accurate understanding of Islam and Freemasonry today” — Greg Kaminsky, Occult of Personality podcast.

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