“Look to the East: A Ritual of the First Three Degrees of Freemasonry” by Ralph P. Lester is the classic and easy to understand guide for every Mason. It details in simple and plain language the rituals of the Entered Apprentice, Fellow-Craft, and Master-Mason’s degrees and the general procedures followed by most lodges when they hold their regular meetings. While this time-honored guide is a helpful reference for both new and experienced Masons, it does not reveal the closely held secrets of this enduring fraternity. It does however show that the public has nothing to fear from a Masonic Lodge or its members and that the traditions and rituals of Freemasonry are logical and honorable. Consisting of descriptions of ceremonies, transcripts of lectures, the organization’s constitution, by-laws, and the rules for the installation of officers, this guide contains all the information that a member might need to refer to from time to time. “Look to the East” is an important addition to the library of any Freemason and is a fascinating and informative read for any person curious to learn more about these mysterious organizations.