The new age of Masonic Expression and the continued excellence of David Naughton-Shires

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When I first started expressing myself in Freemasonry the medium that I used was the one which all the great old Masters of Masonic scholarship used – the word, the printed word.  So I wrote many words, words of explaining, of informing, of changing, of reform – so many words.  Isn’t that what every Masonic […]

Morgan: The Scandal That Shook Freemasonry


American history is intricately tied to the history of Freemasonry.  One such crossroad was the Anti-Masonic Party that dominated early American politics between 1827 and 1838.  But where did the Anti-Masonic party find its inspiration?  When you dig into the shadows and rumors of the past the answers start to take shape in a jig-saw […]

There’s a Hole in Our Bucket


North American Freemasonry is on a bit of an infinite loop these days. I don’t mean the type of infinite loop we used to see on the Flintstones whenever Fred and Barney would drive past the same three houses and two palm trees over and over again, but it is close.

Stephen Dafoe on Masonic Central

Stephen Dafoe

Listen in as Dean and Greg have a conversation with author, historian,and brother Stephen Dafoe in this 2009 episode of Masonic Central. Dafoe is the prolific author of several Masonic and Templar books, who is now crossing into the world of Graphic Novels with his new project Outremer due out November first. Join us as we […]