If you are a traditional Mainstream or Prince Hall Mason, hereafter referred to as a Malecraft Mason, then you probably have the perception that a woman in Masonry is a member of the Eastern Star or Heroines of Jericho. You would be wrong. Co-Masonry, as Kidd tells us, started with the making a … [Read more...] about On Holy Ground – A Review
The latest issue of Freemasonry Today, the official journal of the United Grand Lodge of England, contains an article on the Bordeaux Conference. This was a three day gathering at the University of Bordeaux III and the Museum of Aquitaine in Bordeaux held in July of this year. The theme of the … [Read more...] about The Bordeaux Conference
By Karen Kidd Author of "Haunted Chambers: the Lives of Early Women Freemasons" Controversial American author Robert Temple observed "Technology is forbidden when it is not allowed to exist." "It is easy to forbid technology to exist in the past because all you have to do is to deny it. … [Read more...] about A Short(er) History of Early Women Freemasons
Join Masonic Central this Sunday, June 28th at 6pm PDT / 9pm EDT as we meet and talk to Br. Karen Kidd, the author of the new book Haunted Chambers: The Lives of Early Women Freemasons. The topic of the program is a haughtily debated one, and certain not to be decided in the time we spend in the … [Read more...] about Haunted Chambers, the lives of early women Freemasons.