Midweek Week Masonic Missives For January 19 - February 2
Craftcast did the one about young Masons.
Craftsmen Online examined the Secret School of Wisdom and interviewed Bro. Luis Diaz.
The First Three Knocks sat in the Master's chair.
Fort Worth Masonic Podcast interviewed Bro. Chuck Dunning concerning the craft and mental health.
Freemasonry in 7 Minutes or Less reviewed 2022 in Masonry and discussed the lack of Masonic education.
The Freemasons Podcast read Washington's letters on the Illuminati and honored Bro. Marty Macary.
Further Light explained masonic funerals and examined the ego.
Historical Light interviewed Past Grand Master of Kansas Bro. Robert C. Talbott.
Masonic Lite re-released a classic episode.
Short Talk Bulletin read Charity, Relationships Between Lodges and Grand Lodges, The Symbolism of Stone, The Guns of '75 and The Morgan Affair.
Solomon's Staircase read Articles from the West and South and Chapter 57 of Mackey's Revised History.
The Traveling Man examined Freemasonry across the pond.
The Tyler's Place chatted with Bro. Bob.
Whence Came You looked at the allegory of Freemasonry's Egyptian origins and the Physiological and Metaphysical components of the Rosy Cross.
The Working Tools Podcast read Chapter 2 of Whither Are We Traveling?
The Magpie Mason announced the next meeting of T.S. Webb Chapter, the auctioning of an antique punch bowl, the next speaker at the New Jersey Lodge of Research, the printing of an anniversary edition of Anderson's Constitutions, a new PHA Art Exhibit and a short film from the UGLE.
Freemasonry for Dummies previewed Masonic Week, honored Bro. Jeff Carlton and reported on some turmoil in Texas.
The Scottish Rite SMJ posted the House of the Temple's tour schedule for Masonic Week and the Conference of Grand Masters.
The Scottish Rite Museum and Library highlighted some Masonic mathematics.
The Midnight Freemasons asked what The Road has to do with Freemasonry, examined the sights sounds and smells of Masonry, noted there are no perfect ashlars, and gave a how-to guide on Masonic education.
The NMJ Blog shared some inspiring illustrations.