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  Mokanna Lodge #329
Mokanna Lodge #329 was founded in 1958 as a U.D. Lodge and was Chartered in 1959 by The Grand Lodge of Florida.
Mokanna Lodge #329 is currently located in the building pictured above which was built and completed in 1978, and is geographically located in the north-west section of Orlando.
Mokanna Lodge is very active within it's community, which includes the "Proud"17th Masonic District and it currently has a membership of over 500 Masons.
www.mokanna329.org   (272 words)

  Chapter Kent <i>to</i> Kildare of K by Brewer's Readers Handbook
Khorassan (The Veiled Prophet of), Mokanna, a prophet-chief, who wore a veil under pretence of shading the dazzling light of his countenance.
The truth is, he had lost an eye, and his face was otherwise disfigured in battle.
Mokanna assumed to be a god, and maintained that he had been Adam, Noah, and other representative men.
www.bibliomania.com /2/3/174/1121/14781/3.html   (544 words)

 Daughters of Mokanna
In March of 2000, the decision was made to formalize a local "Daughters of Mokanna", which is the national official women's organization affiliated with the grotto.
The Charter was presented to Grace in Canton, OH at the Supreme Session in September.
The main goals of El Jaala Daughters of Mokanna are to provide a social meeting place for the ladies of El Jaala Grotto, to support the programs of El Jaala Grotto and the Grotto Supreme Council, and to support masonic programs, facilities, and charities.
www.mastermason.com /eljaala/dom   (263 words)

 Érudit | RON n40 2005 : Vail : “The Standard of Revolt”: Revolution and National Independence in Moore’s   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mokanna makes the beautiful Zelica his high-priestess in order to inspire his troops, but in order to bond her to him he forces her to swear an oath of allegiance by drinking blood in an underground tomb filled with corpses, after which he apparently rapes her.
Mokanna then leaps into a pool of acid, leaving Zelica to put on his veil and impale herself on Azim’s spear as he and the Caliph’s forces storm the stronghold.
Taylor’s mis-identification of the evil Mokanna with Irish Catholicism leads to a misreading of The Veiled Prophet that is unsupported by evidence and that flies in the face of Moore’s lifelong public defence of the legitimacy of Irish Catholicism.
www.erudit.org /revue/ron/2005/v/n40/012459ar.html   (8266 words)

 Untitled Document
The Daughters of Mokanna is a social organization for women and is associated with the Grottoes of North America.
It is the subordinate body of the Daughters of Mokanna.
Only one Caldron may be organized in a city; the jurisdiction is the same as that of the associated Grotto.
www.albertpikedemolay.org /grotto/mokanna.html   (260 words)

 Mokanna - LoveToKnow 1911
MOKANNA (al-Moqanna', the Veiled), the name given to Hakim, or 'Ata, a man of unknown parentage, originally a fuller in Merv, who posed as an incarnation of Deity, and headed a revolt in Khorasan against the caliph Mandi.
For about three years he sustained himself in the field against the troops of the caliph and for two years longer in his fortress of Sanam; then, reduced to straits in 779, he and his followers took poison and set fire to the fortress.
This page was last modified 02:17, 29 Aug 2006.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Mokanna   (138 words)

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