Midweek Masonic Missives For June 8-15
Freemasonry in 7 Minuets or Less discussed the alchemy of death.
The Freemasons Podcast read a paper on Native American Freemasonry.
Masonic Lite spoke about life after a merger.
The Masonic Roundtable examined AI and Freemasonry.
The Short Talk Bulletin read Old Tyler Oddities from 1943 and He That Built All Things.
Solomon's Staircase read Bridge Builders and some masonic poems.
Universal Freemasonry told its listeners to make Good Trouble.
Whence Came You exposed the religion of ancient Egypt.
The Midnight Freemasons confirmed that a particular jerk was not a Freemason and discussed contemplation at work. They also talked about some light treason and put out the call for the next Midnight Freemason.
The Magpie Mason reported on the last Moon Lodge in New York, and the busy schedule of it's editorial staff.
Freemasonry for Dummies reported on opening of the the Congress on Fraternalism, Freemasonry and History, and the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania's art competition.
The Traveling Templar detailed the officers of a Tabernacle of the Holy Royal Arch Tabernacle Priests.
The NMJ Blog gave us the history of Walter Leslie WIlmhurst.