In this episode of Masonic Symbols and Symbolism, we explore the meaning of the Free and Accepted.
In this episode we look at the definition of what the masonic apron represents. Of the many emblems of Freemasonry, none is more iconic that the lambskin apron.
One of the oldest fraternities in the western world, a Freemason is the common name for those initiated into the fraternity of Freemasonry. But, what elements are at work in ones decision to become a one?
Phoenixmasonry Live Interviews Dr. Bro. David Harrison Genesis of Freemasonryby Dr. David Harrison explores the way in which Freemasonry developed in England during the late 17th Century and all of the 18th Century. The book takes us through The Three Transitional Periods of English Freemasonry. Firstly, the transformation from Operative to Speculative during the 17th […]
“When you have a million dollar vision you don’t surround yourself with one cent minds.” Once again I am pleased to present R. Lucille Samuel, Grand Princess Captain of the Lone Star Grand Guild, Heroines of the Templars Crusade of Texas, PHA Texas, with her annual (2017) Allocution. This is her last Allocution as Grand Princess […]
Now here is a Mason who is finishing up his Doctorate of Musical Arts, teaching music, a Musical Director for a large Dallas Church and who spends long hours in practice to then perform concerts all over the United States and the world. That is a workload that many would find to be a killer. And […]
Brother John “Coach” Nagy recently sat down with Phoenixmasonry Live and talked about his Masonic mission of informing members of the Craft about its history, origins and how to learn more about the Society to which they belong. It was a session where even greater Light was transmitted to all the Brethren. Each and every […]
Building Janus is another catechism primer from Coach John Nagy. Building Janus is where the Master Mason builds insight. Nagy tells us that, “in Roman Mythology, Janus is the god of Bourne, Passages and the rising and setting Sum. In general, he was the patron of all beginnings, concrete and abstract.” What does the Third […]
Twas the Night before Christmas, And down at the lodge Not a gavel was stirring, And in the hodge podge Of aprons and jewels And chairs East and West You could savour the silence, Most gladly divest All metal and mineral, It mattered not, Since Christmas was nigh And the coals were still hot In […]
There is a Past Master in Boerne, Texas who is a master craftsman. He is probably the only one you will find that designs and creates Masonic knives, knives of many different sizes and styles. His name is Jim McBeth and he is McBeth Knives. His house is in a sparsely populated area called “The […]