Masonic Lite Podcast is an unstuffy, conversational, and humorous approach (well we think so) to understanding our craft. Join hosts Pete Ruggieri, Larry Merris, Jack Harley, Tim Dedman, and rotating guests to discuss the "Lite" side of Masonry.
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Welcome to Brother. The Masonic Podcast. This podcast is here for everyone - let's answer some questions, pose a few more - and hopefully just have some fun discussing one of the world's oldest, and most talked about organisations!
Masonic Life 360. An open and ongoing discussion on topics from a masons personal point of view. This is being brought to you by the Masonic Life Initiative. For more information visit division8masons.com
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.
Historical Light is a Masonic show based on the historical events and aspects within Freemasonry. Between out 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!
Join co-hosts Darrell McTague and Bryan Simmons as they discuss all things Masonic. Nothing (mostly) is off-limits or out-of-bounds. Prepare for blunt, honest, real conversations and plenty of laughs, too.
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.
Dive deep into the symbols of the Templar order, from the historical Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon to the modern-day-inspired organizations. With special guest Barry Newell!Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Mike Hambrecht, Robert H. Johnson
A strict Papal Bull was issued in 1738 banning Catholics from being Freemasons. But is that the case nowadays? Can you be a Catholic and a Freemason?Matthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
Join us this week as we have a shorter episode--We're behind the scenes with the guys of Esotericon and some immediate reporting on how the event went. The dates for the next Esotericon have been announced! Listen and find out all the details. We close it out with an awesome Masonic Minute with Ill. Bro. Harrison! Ancient Modern Initiation: Special…
Hello! Once again we are guestless, but fear ye not! The hosts engage in a spirited discussion of recent developments from a few Grand Lodges in the USA. After the discussion, we hear a new spot from W.B. Nicholas Laine for Castle Island Virtual Lodge, the news, and the chickens arise to perform their unpaid duty as Larry’s backing band.[00:00:00] …
Join us as we recommend four books each to get you through your first year in the lodge.Matthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable welcome back special guest Bro. Joe Martinez to discuss esotericism in Freemasonry!Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Mike Hambrecht, Robert H. Johnson
Freemasonry can be divisive when bought up amongst people. But has there been opposition in modern times?Matthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
Any private club or society will have its immediate detractors, but was there any opposition from the get go?Matthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
This week, we continue an article on the Great Pyramids at Giza and discuss their significance and their possible use. Can we reconcile the pyramids as both a place of initiation and burial? Then we're going to dive into the science of colors. We search for meaning in the colors of Freemasonry. What do the colors blue, red, yellow, and green even m…
What happens when your Lodge is failing? How do we prioritize what to do first to help bring it back to life?Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Mike Hambrecht, Robert H. Johnson
Who was the first Royal Grandmaster? Freemasonry had Nobility amongst it's ranks from the very start, but who was the first Royal Grandmaster?Matthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
Hello! On this episode, we welcome The Social Chemist, Bro. George Reppert. We discuss his Masonic activities and one of our favorite topics, whiskey, both with and without the “e”. You can find out more about The Social Chemist at http://www.socialchemist.net/. Following our chat, we hear the Masonic News, Bro. Dutchie Doug, and wrap in the usual …
It's one of the publicly espoused proclamations of Freemasonry but what does it mean? The answer may surprise youMatthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
This week, we talk about tattoos as a ritual. How old are the oldest tattoo tools? How old are the oldest tattoos? And what does the whole process have to do with the rite of passage? Then we'll hear from Illustrious Brother Steven L. Harrison in this week's Masonic Minute. The Masonic wedding-- is that really a thing? Finally, we'll wrap it up wit…
Masons revere King Solomon for his wisdom and power. Let's dig deep into the man, the myth, and the legend of one of the wisest kings of all time!Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Mike Hambrecht, Robert H. Johnson
Have you ever what one of the best known symbols in Freemasonry stands for? Join us as we ask why and more.Matthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
What are the different branches of Freemasonry? Are their any higher degrees than the three Craft degrees? Join us as we ask these questions and more.Matthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
This week, we take a look at a gleaming book review of the Master's Word, something I found absolutely humbling. Then we look at some modern scientific discoveries in the realm of astronomy. What can the age of stars tell us about a ten billion-year-old collision of galaxies? Who were some famous astronomers who also happened to be Freemasons? Fina…
In this episode, Brother Earnshaw will explore his hypothesis of the origins of the third degree. He makes a compelling case but you need to listen to find out what it is!Matthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
In the beginning, Freemasonry had just two degrees. Then, some years later a third degree was added. But why and by whom? Join us we ask whyMatthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
Hello! We’re Back! To record this episode, we made the descent to our beloved studio for the first time in over a year. Our guest is MLP friend and contributor, Symbologist Michelle Snyder. She has returned in digital form to catch up and chat with us about FREA and the man who inspired the foundation’s purpose, Dr. Robert Enzmann. After this fanta…
This week, we ask the question, why should you not push somebody into that officer's chair? Or maybe you should—if you want to burn them out quick. Then, we'll hear from ILL. Brother, Steven L. Harrison, as he tells us about the bicentennial of the Grand Lodge of Missouri. You'll never believe where that first building was located. Next up, joining…
In this episode, Neil-Thomas, Taz, Jack and Producer Josh are joined by special guest HOST (not guest...) Shaun Butler, Communications Director at UGLE (and Producer Josh's new boss!) We revert to type, and get back to the good old ways of our old podcast format with Wine of the Week AND the Masonic News Roundup back, and boy do we have some great …
In this episode we will be asking where did the first Grand Masters come from? This can help shed some light on the early beginnings of the societyMatthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
This is one of the keys in making progress in Freemasonry. If you can answer this question then you are making progress. Whilst there is no definitive answer, join us as we shed some light on the subject.Matthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
This week we talk about the revolution of the Masonic Convention. What's the real benefit to a Masonic convention? Is there a future for such events? Next, we will finish our adventure in reading Ancient and Modern Initiation by Max Heindel with Part 2, Chapter 7 The Stigmata, and the Crucifixion. What is the Stigmata? And what do occultist feel IN…
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable discuss easing back into Masonic life as COVID restrictions begin to release!Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Mike Hambrecht, Robert H. Johnson
This is for anybody who has any questions about joining. Hopefully we can provide you with enough information to make your decision making easierMatthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
Have you ever wondered why Freemasonry is a secret society? But is it a fair assessment of the Fraternity? Join us as we ask why is Freemasonry a secret society.Matthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
Hello! On this episode, our guest is Worshipful Bro. Nicholas Laine, Past Master and Secretary of Castle Island Virtual Lodge # 190. We catch up on what he has been up to, the state of CIVL, and discuss the impact of the Covid-induced digital revolution in Freemasonry. Dutchy Doug provides a touching tribute, we hear The Masonic News, and wrap in t…
This week we explore the MCME. What actually is it? Is there a future for Grand Lodge sanctioned or regional Masonic education events? Then we'll ask the question, “Why are we even here?” as we explore one mason's view on that topic. We’ll wrap it up with a brand new Masonic Minute featuring Jimmy Doolittle by Steven L. Harrison. All this and more.…
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable welcome special guest Chad Kopenski as they discuss the Midwest Conference on Masonic Education!Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Mike Hambrecht, Robert H. Johnson
You may have been initiated or are just curious to hear about it but what happens during a Masonic rite of initiation? Join us as we askMatthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
Join us as we discuss the Hiramic tragedy. Where it came from, in what literature is it mentioned and how does it relate to the ritualsMatthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
Join us this week with special guest PD Newman! RJ and PD talk about his much anticipated new book, Angels in Vermillion: The Philosopher's Stone, From Dee to DMT. The talk gets into all things alchemy as PD gives us a history of what could possibly be the true 'thing' the Alchemists were after and even how PD suspects the acacia got into the Mason…
Join us for the concluding part of episode 10 where we discuss the recent Vancouver attacks and ask why people distrust FreemasonryMatthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
Oh, those sneaky cowans and eavesdropeprs. Wait, what are cowans and eavesdroppers anyway? Are they still relevant in 2021 anyway?Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Mike Hambrecht, Robert H. Johnson
Does anybody know? Is there an approved answer? Is it a unique and personal answer? Join us as we ask "what are the rituals about"?Matthew Evans and Dr Christopher Earnshaw
Is it a Religion? Join us as we ask that very questionMatthew Evans
Hello! On this episode, our guest is absent, so instead we talk about what’s it’s been like returning to lodge functions and what we are looking forward to as things begin to open up. Symbologist Michelle Snyder brings us another segment in the Unlocking Symbols series about dragons, and we wrap in a non-standard form with a tender message from Lar…
This week we look at the issues of being too literal or too allegorical. Then I’ll read a piece about getting back involved after a 6-year break. Illustrious Bro. Harrison stops by for an all-new Masonic Minute. What can he teach us about respect and honor? Finally, we’ll wrap it all up with Part 2, Chapter 6 of Max Heindel’s Antient and Modern Ini…
Do you have a fixed mindset or a growth mindset? Or even more importantly, does your LODGE have a fixed mindset or a growth mindset? Let's figure out how to create the future we want for our fraternity!Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Juan Sepulveda, Mike Hambrecht, Robert H. Johnson