The Institute possesses a specialized library concerning Freemasonry in its broad definition in Greek, English, French, Italian and Spanish languages. The researcher will be happy to converse with the Masonic History since 1599, compare early Rituals, the Anti-Masonic Movement, various quasi-Masonic and "Secret" Societies, various Masonic Systems like the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, The Rectified Scottish Rite, the Templar Societies, both medieval and modern, the Hermetic Freemasonry etc. Additionally, the Masonic Student will be comforable to read some of the most important Masonic Magazine series, like the Ars Quatuor Coronatorum, the Renaissance Traditionnelle, the Heredom, the Cahiers Villard de Honnecourt, the Freemasons' Magazine and Masonic Mirror etc. Specialized monographies of the most influential and lesser known specialists will uncover to the reader the unknown world of the Freemasons in connection with their social activities in the Western World.

Every month, various Teams discuss a specific topic or focus on an important book and draw conclusions on it. This generates rich discussions in various Lodges and generates future Seminar titles (see news).