LIBREX Publishing launches a series of books along with Jurnalul

The books will be released starting September 7, every Wednesday and will be available on newsstands and on

  • September 7: Legendele Olimpului – The Gods, by Jorge Boba Lisino, 320 pages, price of the book with the newspaper Jurnalul 39.90 lei
  • September 14: History of Freemasonry, by Albert G. Mackie, 384 pages, book price with Journal 39.90 lei
  • September 21: The Secret Doctrine of the Templars by Jules Loiseleur, 256 pages, book price with newspaper Jurnalul 34.90 lei
  • September 28: The Prophet, Khalil Gibran, 160 pages, the price of the book in Journalul newspaper 29.90 lei.

Olympus Legends – Gods

The World’s Most Fascinating Mythology The stories of Greek mythology are among the most famous in the world. Relationships and disagreements between the gods have been attributed to creation myths and origin stories, and their influence on humans contributed to the formation and creation of some of the most influential literary works of ancient Greece, whose stories are still told to this day. While the pantheon of the Greek pantheon was huge, few gods and goddesses dominated the mythology and cult, the order of presentation of the deities was dictated by the importance of each individual figure: Zeus, Hera, Poseidon, Hades, Demeter, Phoebus, Artemis, Hephaestus, Hestia, Athena, Ares, Aphrodite, Hermes, Dionysus. The book Myths of Olympus – Gods opens a window into the ancient world and its lasting impact, and impresses readers with the stories and relationships of gods and humans.

Freemasonry history

In the study of Freemasonry, there are two statements made to the inquisitive mind of the seeker, which are sometimes competing, but often conflicting in nature. It is about historical and traditional matters, each belonging to Freemasonry as we can think of it from a different perspective.

Historical statement refers to the institution, as we view it from a general or phenomenological point of view; Traditional refers only to its esoteric or secret character. And borrowing the technical language of archeology, I would say that the history of Freemasonry can be divided into two periods – prehistoric and historical. The first is traditional and the second is documentary. Each of these sections must be clearly identified in any historical investigation. There is another division in the esoteric and exoteric history. The first belongs exclusively to the mysteries of the system and cannot, as I said, be the subject of a historical investigation. The second falls within the scope of historical study and is subject to all laws of historical criticism.

The Secret Doctrine of the Knights Templar

Did the Knights Templar apply a secret doctrine that contradicts the doctrine of the Church? Was this a general tenet of their system? And what were its doctrines, sources, and relations to the vocations of the thirteenth century? Were they worshiping an idol, a symbol of evil? Did it constitute a sufficient social threat to justify the actions by which the Church and kings were able to destroy the temple system? Did they discover a particular secret in the Holy Land that facilitated their fleeting development in such a short period of time? Was the trial they were subjected to that led to the disappearance of the matter based on real or trumped-up charges? These questions have puzzled historians for a long time.

The Secret Doctrine of the Knights Templar attempts to answer some of these questions. The author Jules Loiseleur (appointed Chevalier of the French Legion of Honor on May 10, 1868) also served as director of the Orleans Library, which facilitated his access to some of the very rare books and manuscripts upon which he built his book. Difficult literary work.


Considered one of the most beloved classics, The Prophet consists of 26 philosophical, spiritual and inspirational essays in prose, written by the poet W.
The Lebanese-American writer Khalil Gibran, the author’s most famous work. The Prophet has been translated into more than 100 different languages, making it one of the most translated books in history, as well as one of the bestsellers of all time. The Prophet Mustafa has lived in Orphalese for 12 years and is about to board a ship that will take him home. He was stopped by a group of people, with whom he discussed topics such as life and the human condition. The book is divided into chapters dealing with love, marriage, children, giving, food and drink, work, joy and sorrow, homes, clothes, buying and selling, crime and punishment, laws, freedom, reason, passion, pain, and the soul. Knowledge, learning, friendship, discussions, time, good and evil, prayer, pleasure, beauty, religion and death.

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