The reports of my death…

My latest piece “The reports of my death” has been published on The Midnight Freemasons website I hope you will check it out and if you like my work please share it with your friends and Brethren. I wrote this piece because recently I have heard Brethren  declare that Freemasonry is dead or it is dying.  I […]

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The Masonic Roundtable 300

This Saturday, June 24th 2017 marks the three hundredth anniversary of Modern, Grand lodge style Freemasonry when representatives of individual lodges met at the Goose and Gridiron tavern in London to celebrate Saint John the Baptist day and form the Grand Lodge of England. In honor of such an historic event the Knights of The […]

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Terra Masonica now available in the US

Terra Masonica is a new documentary by a Belgian Freemason Brother Tristan Bourlard.  Brother Bourlard who in daily life is an author, and documentary filmmaker, decided to travel the globe in the three hundredth year of organized, Grand lodge style Freemasonry and answers the questions; What is our history?  Where is Freemasonry today? and What is the […]

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Myrtle Beach lodge gets a new mural.

Worshipful Brother Chris Hodapp posted today on his Freemasons for dummies blog today about students from the Coastal Carolina University beautifying the outside of Grand Strand lodge #392‘s building in North Myrtle Beach. Students from the University’s “Special topic in arts” class spent countless hours transforming the lodge’s rather plain edifice into a beautiful work of […]

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Inside the Freemasons DVD now available for purchase

Brother Chris Hodapp has posted on his website that preorders are now being accepted for the “Inside the Freemasons” television program which was recently broadcast on the Sky one network in the United Kingdom. The five part series professed to go behind the closed doors and being to light the inner workings within English Freemasonry. […]

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The Guess Brothers and their Masonic Temple

I stumbled upon a piece in the May 29th edition of the New Yorker about Maurice Murciano, one of the founders of the Guess clothing line and his purchase of the former Los Angeles Scottish Rite cathedral and his journey to transform the building into a gallery for his expansive art collection. The piece which […]

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The 50 Year member-The West Gate

The latest installment of my 50 year fiction series entitled “The West Gate” has been published on The Midnight Freemasons website I am particularity proud of this piece.  I started writing  this piece in 2013.  As I was just about to finish it and send it to my editors for corrections my laptop died.  Recently […]

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