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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.
 
What is Freemasonry? Are the Freemasons really a Secret Society? How can the Masonic Journey transform a good man into a better man? The honorable fraternity of Freemasonry has endured for centuries and has been present in some of the greatest moments in modern history. What sets Masons apart from an ordinary man? The answer to these and many questions are explained in this Masonic Podcast. Created by a Master Mason for Masons and those interested in knowing more about Masonry and the Art of ...
 
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Does Freemasonry have a mascot? If it had a mascot, What would it look like? What would it represent? What does it send as a message to the outside community? Then, we’ll talk about the origin of the human species. What traits does the Homo sapien have, and how did they lead to our current state of modern survival and comfort? And likewise, what ar…
 
Spoilers Ahead! This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable bring you the first episode of The Found Symbol, a deep dive into the symbolism behind the new Dan Brown series The Lost Symbol. This week, we're diving into As Above, So Below, the first episode in the new series.Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
Possibly the most controversial figure in Freemasonry was Philip, Duke of Wharton. A reputation for indulgence and bad behaviour didn't stop him from becoming an early Grandmaster. But why was this? Join us as we answer whyMatthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
 
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable discuss the ancient Greek aphorism "Know Thyself" and how it applies to the Masonic experience.Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
This week we explore what the New Age Magazine once thought about Martian life and how to communicate with Mars. A Masonic magazine talking about communications with Mars? That's right. We'll be shooting for the stars as we check out this awesome article from Dr. John Bozeman. Then, we hear from Illustrious Brother Steven L. Harrison as he gives us…
 
Join us this week for an incredible interview with Brothers Dago and Ian of the Fraternal Review! In this episode, we discuss the results of the latest book poll, "The Best Masonic Books of the Millennium...so far." We also have a candid conversation about the role of literature in Masonic culture and the importance of recognizing what today's Free…
 
The famous pillars of Freemasonry. Just which pillars are they? The ancient world was replete with famous pillars but which ones are the pillars of the lodge? Join us as we try to answer this questionMatthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
 
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable discuss the various chivalric Masonic orders. You won't want to miss it!Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
This week we explore a conundrum about Lodges. For those of us out there who have no specific dogma in our religions, if we even have one, could Lodge be considered a church? We'll explore this question in great detail. Then, what do female hummingbirds and their flashy feathers have to do with Freemasonry? Here's a clue, flashy colors equals lapel…
 
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable discuss the various facets of Masonic education. Are you getting a SQUARE meal when it comes to Masonic education? Find out tonight!Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
This week, we ask the question, “Is honesty the best policy? Or is there something else?” Then, we hear about an organized protest in 1874 from the nefarious Ezra A. Cook. What was he protesting, and why? We’ll dive into this and uncover the proverbial storm over a corner laying ceremony. All this and a little bit more in this episode of “Whence Ca…
 
The Masons have their own laws, rules, and edicts. Find out how the sausage is made tonight!Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
This week, we continue the conversation about ritual--its importance and meaning, as we read a piece from New York Mason. In it, he reveals the secrets of past rituals and rites, what those rites of passages do for modern and contemporary society, and mostly lays bare one of the greatest threats to Craft Freemasonry. Then we'll hear from Ill. Bro. …
 
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable welcome the newest Knight of The Masonic Roundtable. You won't want to miss it!Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
The first speculative Freemason, Elias Ashmole had a rather interesting link via his son to the most famous magician in English history. So does he exert an influence on the craft? Join us as we try to answer that question.Matthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
 
The most pervasive image in the public mind of the tablets of the law is that of Charlton Heston carrying large stone tablets down from the mountain in the film "the ten commandments". But what were they made of?Matthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
 
This week – we have a special guest, Bro. Cesar Rubio, the host of the new Masonic podcast Masonic Muscle. Bro. Cesar has a unique angle—personal health and fitness as it relates to Freemasonry and building our Temple. Personal health, followed by a relentless push for success—Bro Cesar and I have an aggressive conversation the likes of which we’ve…
 
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable bid farewell to one of our own. Join us as we celebrate our Intern and wish him well on his next adventure!Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Robert H. Johnson, Joe. Martinez
 
Your first steps in Freemasonry can be confusing but what I was looking for was not obvious. It took a while to see it, but when I did, it was like a lightbulb going off. What was your experience like?Matthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
 
This week we ask just what it takes for you to commit to going back to Lodge. Greg not applies some tough filters to his lodge experience. Then, Brother Randy Sanders asks, “When's the last time you had a festive board for the heck of it?” He's got some great recommendations and I'll give you some of my own personal insights on the festive board ev…
 
This week, we continue our 3 part series on the rites of initiation with the integration phase of initiation. Based on Arnold Van Gennep's Rites of Passage, we'll explore the phases that transform the candidates.Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Robert H. Johnson, Joe. Martinez
 
This week, a recent 3,000-year-old inscription was found in Israel. A name is produced. What is the history of this name? And what's its connection with Freemasonry? Then we'll hear from Illustrious Brother Steven L. Harrison in an all-new Masonic Minute. We all hear that George Washington won the presidency unanimously--but is that factually corre…
 
One of the public images of Freemasonry is of lodge members dressed smartly in black suits. But how can this be as the institution predates the wearing of them? Join us as we answer this questionMatthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
 
Lodge numbers seem to be ever decreasing in the UK, peaking somewhere in the 1960's . This is not the case in Asian countries though. Join us as we ask what ways our lodges have combatted the declineMatthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
 
This week we have news—an ancient play of initiation is coming back to life! Then We’ll get into the education--get in a time machine and heading back to the first time Midnight Freemason contributor Darin Lahners goes to the East—over and over again. We’ll explore the history of the often confounded Tracing Boards & Trestle Boards. We’ll wrap it u…
 
This week, we take a look at death. What are some of the oldest death rituals we have in the archaeological record? What happens when you die, and you don't follow a particular religion? We're all familiar with what funerals look like in the Western world, but what do they look like everywhere else? And finally, what is a Masonic funeral service? A…
 
This week, we continue our 3 part series on the rites of initiation with the transition phase of initiation. Based on Arnold Van Gennep's Rites of Passage, we'll explore the phases that transform the candidates.Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Robert H. Johnson
 
This week, we discuss a new technology for time. How does time affect our minds, and how do our minds affect how we live? Then, we're going to hear from Illustrious Brother Steven L. Harrison in an all-new Masonic Minute--what exactly was the Star and Garter? Here's a clue, it's not the Star-Spangled Banner, as many passively assume. Then, we'll he…
 
This week, we begin with the first of a 3 part series on the rites of initiation. Based on Arnold Van Gennep's Rites of Passage, we'll explore the phases that transform the candidates.Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Mike Hambrecht, Robert H. Johnson
 
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