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Right Worshipful Frank Jackson

RW Frank Jackson

RW Frank Jackson was raised to the Sublime Degree of Master Mason in 1969 at the age of 18. Today he is both the Grand Junior Warden of The Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Texas and the Grand Historian.

Jackson offers many Masons a different perspective on the origins of higher knowledge, scholarship, and philosophical thought. And a different perspective on the development of Freemasonry in the United States.

How many people, whether Masons or not, know the role Egypt, a part of Africa, was to play in the development of knowledge? How many know that Socrates and Aristotle spent time in Egypt? That Plato spent 13 years studying in Egypt and Pythagoras some 21 years?

Much of what we attribute to the knowledge of the Greeks who passed it on to the Romans came originally from Egypt and Africa, some of it transported directly by Aristotle.

The video will cover:

  • Origins and development of the Pyramids
  • The Library at Alexandria
  • Jackson’s personal Mason journey
  • Early Texas Prince Hall Development

One has to remember that Prince Hall Masonry went through a period of governance by a National Grand Lodge. It also didn’t bloom nationwide until post Civil War. This has made for a much different path of Masonic development from Mainstream Masonry.

Keep all these factors in mind as you watch RW Frank Jackson in the video above. You may find that it will broaden your horizons.

 

Norris Wright Cuney

Noris Wright Cuney

Born  May 12, 1846

Hempstead, Texas, U.S.

Died  March 3, 1898 (aged 51)

San Antonio, Texas, U.S.

Resting place      Lakeview Cemetery, Galveston, Texas

Residence  Galveston, Texas, U.S.

 

Known for  Leader of the Texas Republican Party, First Grand Master Prince Hall Masons Of Texas http://www.mwphglotx.org

Fred Milliken :Fred is a Past Master of Plymouth Lodge, Plymouth Massachusetts, and Past Master of Paul Revere Lodge, Brockton, Massachusetts. Presently, he is a member of Pride of Mt. Pisgah No. 135, Prince Hall Texas, where is he is also a Prince Hall Knight Templar . Fred is a Fellow of the Phylaxis Society and Executive Director of the Phoenix Masonry website and museum.