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This is a podcast which is for Freemasons and anyone who wants to know more about Freemasonry. Hosted by Robert Johnson, a member of several appendant bodies within Freemasonry. The show features a weekly episode where Masonic papers are read and discussed, famous Freemasons are explored and Masonic news is shared. Freemasonry for today.
 
Historical Light is a Masonic show based on the historical events and aspects within Freemasonry. Between our buildings, members, events, and family history we have so many great stories with that rich history just waiting to be shared. Here on Historical Light, we aim to share, preserve, and Honor that history. Thank you for joining us on our quest for Historical Light!
 
Masonic Central - the pod cast for Freemasons by Freemasons. This show is a weekly talk show on the wide world of all things Masonic, from movies and books to academia and notables. The goal of the program is to create a heightened awareness of the venerable institution. If your looking to learn more about Freemasonry, then Masonic Central is the right place to be.
 
The Masonic Radio Theatre is a both a tribute to Freemasonry and a throwback to the radio dramas of the past. Recorded in the highest quality, yet made to sound as if they were broadcast in the 1930s, the Masonic Radio theatre is sure to captivate your attention while solidifying your love of Freemasonry.
 
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In this Brother Extra, we're going International! Jack is out on his holibobs in Zante, Greece and of course couldn't turn up the opportunity to visit a Lodge whilst overseas! Lucky for us, Jack took his recorder with him and interviewed the Worshipful Master and Secretary of Star of the East Lodge No. 880 a unique 'Not Under a District' Lodge whic…
 
Join host Evve Kuykendall and Sean de Baun as they introduce the newest podcast format from Fort Worth 148 Productions. The Fort Worth Military Podcast. The goal is to explore the vast and deep connection our Craft has with the military. In this episode, the host dive into their backgrounds and give you a bigger picture of who they are as men, Maso…
 
Hello! On this episode, we welcome Bro. Nathan Minnich. He is a member of Ashlar Lodge #570, has held a number of dignified positions in his Masonic career, and is also an ordained Lutheran minister. Bro. Nathan joins us to discuss his career as a funeral director and provide information about the preparations we all will need to make. Ironically, …
 
This week, how can we adjust our lives to be more Masonic, and connect with the people around us? Is the answer truly in putting down our phones and electronics? Are they truly a plague upon modern mankind? We’ll explore this idea in a piece by Darin A. Lahners, where he lays out many of the significant issues with mental health and our dependence …
 
This week on Historical Light, We are joined by Brother Cedric Jacobson as our special guest to discuss some of the fascinating history behind the Masonic Lodges while at Refreshment. We will discuss the drinking/tavern culture in America from colonial times and relate that to some of our practices. Brother Jacobson will even attempt to recreate a …
 
Check out our NEW march! - https://san-antonio-hat-company.myshopify.com?sca_ref=1755938.GOUkFUXwop Huge shoutout to Brother Francisco X. Garcia, Past Master of Hidalgo 1036, for the fantastic intro music. I love it! His Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/erasmuss Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdc335nD_aKGk90y6bkgLEQ Join Brothers Brad …
 
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable discuss the various categories of cognitive biases, and how we can work to recognize and limit them in conversations, arguments, and rhetorical exercises!Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez による
 
This week, we get a rundown of what happened at the Midwest Conference of Masonic Education, 2022, in Kansas City, MO. What were some of the ideas passed around from state education officer to state education officer regarding best practices and discoveries within the realm of Masonic education? Then we'll hear, from Greg Knott, who tells us about …
 
Join us as we share an article titled, How do I know you to be a Mason? And then a few stories of when we met fellow Mason's while traveling. - John McCargar - Fabian Pina - Aaron Reddoch --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sslodge357/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sslodge357/support…
 
Hello! On this episode, we welcome PRWGM Thomas Gamon, IV! Bro. Tom joins us to discuss his life, Masonic journey, and time as the Right Worshipful Grand Master of The Right Worshipful Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania and Masonic Jurisdictions Thereunto Belonging. After a great con…
 
In this episode we share an article from the Masonic services association short talk bulletin where the scripture passages used in the degrees are discussed.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sslodge357/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sslodge357/support
 
This week, is there value in the rubbish of the temple? What do those less than perfect stones do for us for the rest of our lives? Could they be lessons preparing us for future obstacles? Then we'll hear a response from a festive board regarding the 47th problem of Euclid. At a recent festive board, one Brother brings a personal touch to his 47th …
 
This week, the hosts of the Masonic Roundtable are joined by Brother Jacob Thompson to discuss all the new and updated happenings concerning education in the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry!Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez による
 
In this episode, Neil, Taz, Jack and Josh are joined by Martin Faulks, Managing Director of Lewis Masonic - the oldest and largest Masonic Publishers. We speak to Martin about how he came to lead the publisher of the most prominent Masonic titles, including the Emulation Ritual (your little blue book!) Plus, we've got an exclusive 10% everything on…
 
This week, how critical is the idea of an individual degree and an individual catechism to the future of Freemasonry? We’ll explore a piece by William H. Boyd in which he outlines the several reasons why the future of the Craft depends on the practice of individual degrees and catechisms. Then, we'll talk about the investigation committee and the c…
 
In this episode of Masonic Improvement, Brother Rhit Moore returns to share his famous presentation simply called "The Letter". This letter was written by Lt. Col. Leon Culberson to Hillsboro Masonic Lodge 196 (GLoT) after the battle of Blanc Mont, which occurred during WWI, and details a Masonic burial service that was given after the battle. Rega…
 
In this episode we share three short articles about the linkage between Freemasonry and alchemy. One of the articles is from a short talk bulletin and I would highly recommend that you subscribe to that podcast for more Masonic education.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sslodge357/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sslodge…
 
This week, the hosts of the Masonic Roundtable are joined by Brother Robert Marshall to discuss the concept of Death in Freemasonry, certain symbols alluding to death and rising again, and what exactly is the thing that is dying in our rituals?Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez による
 
What if you could increase the quality and retention of the petitioners to your lodge with a few adjustments to your petitioning and investigation processes? Join Dennis Yates, Stephen "Yeti" Berryman, and Justin Jones as we discuss the petitioning process at Hillcrest Masonic Lodge # 1318 in Texas. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/justi…
 
Hello! On this episode, we welcome Bro. Tommy Long, P.M., a member of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. We talk about his Masonic journey and life as a Prince Hall Mason. After a great conversation, we wrap in the standard form as Larry excels with incomprehensible brilliance.*apologies for the poor audio quality. [00:00:…
 
This week, we wrap up the contemporary look at Whither Are We Traveling with part 11 of Darin A. Lahner's series. Are there not too many well-meaning Brethren working overtime to make Freemasonry something other than Freemasonry? Should we abandon free will and accord? Should we take positions on public issues of the day? Go all out for materialism…
 
This week on Historical Light, Alex is out so Brother Daren Kellerman (a Past Grand Master of Kansas) is filling in as our special guest host. Joining him will be two distinguished Brothers from the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Kansas: Jeffrey Boykin Sr. (Deputy Grand Master) and Johnnie Eaves (Senior Grand Warden). Brother Daren can …
 
Join Brother Rhit Moore, as he chats with Brothers Travis Galey, of Potomac Lodge 5 in Washington D.C., and David Bella, of Alexander-Washington Lodge 22 in Virginia, about George Washington's gavel and trowel. Which their Lodges' own and were used in leveling the cornerstone of the Capitol building way back when.…
 
In this episode we share articles on: The arts, parts and points of Freemasonry Masonic investigations The spiritual challenge of Freemasonry--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sslodge357/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sslodge357/support
 
This week, Whither Are We Traveling? (Pt 10) and Worshipful Brother Darin A. Lahners' contemporary examination of the text. Hasn't the so-called 'century of the common man' contributed to making our fraternity a little too common? Is it so easy for anybody to join Freemasonry? And what happens when common men become part of our uncommon fraternity?…
 
Check out our NEW merch! - https://san-antonio-hat-company.myshopify.com?sca_ref=1755938.GOUkFUXwop If you find value in this video, please like and subscribe! Huge shoutout to Brother Francisco X. Garcia, Past Master of Hidalgo 1036, for the fantastic intro music. I love it! You may notice that this episode is a bit different than our others. Join…
 
This episode of Historical Light just happened to land on April 1st as we welcome Brother Chad Kopenski to the show. We discuss Reviving the Concept of Personalized Masonry and explore how the personal component of Freemasonry has evolved through the ages....or do we.... Remember to have your cannon and favorite beverage at the end of the show for …
 
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable discuss the interpretations, meaning, and usages of one of the more memorable symbols contained within the Masonic Degrees: Corn, Wine, & Oil.Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez による
 
This week, "What has become of that course of moral instruction, veiled and illustrated by symbols that Freemasonry is supposed to be?" Has Freemasonry lost its Masonic education edge? Are we too hung up on crafted programs created by our membership committees that change every year? What could be a simple way of ensuring Masonic education finds it…
 
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable discuss the navigation and realities of politics "within" an organization such as Freemasonry; at the local level, at the Jurisdictional level, and at a National/International Level, and how this impacts the goals of the Craft.Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez による
 
In this episode, our special guest, Cody Cockroft, joins us to talk about the importance of Masonic education, the dates and locations of upcoming Officer Leadership Trainings this year, the folly of trying to please everybody, and the impact that having uncommon dedication to the fraternity can have. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jus…
 
Hello! On this episode, we welcome Bros. Bob Cook and Moe O’Donovan. They came by to talk about a club they are involved with at Zembo Shrine, the Zembo Water Spirit Shiners Unit. After, Dutchie Doug provides an update from Broken Plow Lodge and we wrap in the standard form with Larry maintaining mediocrity.[00:00:00] Introductions [00:13:50] First…
 
This week we welcome Illustrious Brother Austin Shifrin from the Valley of Pittsburgh, PA. He's the author of the upcoming book More Light, Collected Masonic Writings from 2017 to 2021. What's the difference between ethics and etiquette? What makes a gentleman? We'll get to these questions and a whole lot more. Stay tuned! Links: Get the book More …
 
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable are joined by Brother Mark Tabbert, the Director of Collections at the George Washington Masonic National Memorial, to discuss his new book on the Masonic life and legacy of Brother George Washington.Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez による
 
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