The Moral Law is a foundational aspect of the Fraternity if Freemasonry. Anderson uses the phrase in his Constitution of 1723 without any explanation of what exactly he means in his phrasing of it. And, increasingly, it is being used as a de facto totem of decision making in violation … [Read more...] about Whence came the Moral Law in Freemasonry?
Gregory Stewart - Masonic Traveler
Observations on the esoteric from author Greg Stewart (Masonic Traveler) about the fraternity of Freemasonry, its impact on civil society and contributions to the material culture.
I haven't said much on the subject of membership in Freemasonry (in general) and in the United States in particular, for some time. But with the buzz and interest in the last few posts (Freemasonry Is Dying, Bait & Switch, I Quit and Masonic Anti-Intellectualism A Crying Shame), I thought it … [Read more...] about The Death of Freemasonry: When Change Changes You
For a good many years, I’ve written about the idea of producing to contribute to the Great Work. Yet, I don’t think I’ve taken the time to address what that idea means, to me or to the wide world when it comes to your self-development. In basic terms, the Great Work is the idea of completing the … [Read more...] about The Great Work
I spent some time last weekend visiting the Marciano Art Foundation (and gallery) in Los Angeles. It is an amazing space with near limitless potential almost in the heart of the city of angels. What makes the space relevant to Freemasons is that the space that the Foundation Galley occupies was once … [Read more...] about Something Lost: The Los Angeles Scottish Rite Cathedral
Almost 6 months ago, on the day of the August, 2017, solar eclipse, I launched a project to publish the third book in the Symbolic Lodge series, The Master Mason. And, (almost) to the date of the January, 2018, lunar eclipse, that book went out to its backers and is available now to the … [Read more...] about Between the Sun and Moon, A Master Mason is Born
An interview with author Alain de Keghel. American Freemasonry, in context, is challenging to understand as it relates to the rest of the world. In many ways American Freemasonry mirrors the form and function of the lodge but, because it grew-up in the crucible of democracy that was itself, at … [Read more...] about American Freemasonry – The Noble Goal
Johnny Royal, through TriCoast Worldwide, will release a new documentary this Friday, October 13, 2017, that’s set to be the world's first documentary about the Freemasons made by Freemasons. 33 & Beyond, the Royal Art of Freemasonry is touted as a film that examines the structure of the … [Read more...] about 33 and Beyond – the Royal Art of Freemasonry
The following is an adjusted version of the introduction for a new book I've been working on, The Master Mason. This work is the culmination of nearly a decade of consideration and contemplation over the complexities of what it means to become a master in the masonic system of initiation. It is not … [Read more...] about Transcending Yesod-The Third Degree of Freemasonry
What a long road. After a series of unforeseen setbacks, life creeping up and doing what it does best and a few tweaks to the material — The Master Mason, A Treatise on the Third Degree of Freemasonry is ready to become a reality. I present for you the campaign for The Master Mason — a Treatise on … [Read more...] about The Master Mason Coming to Print
Having just finished Graham Hancock’s Fingerprints of the Gods and Magicians of the Gods, I feel as though I’ve been walking in the footsteps of the gods, and it's made me a believer. Seldom do I binge watch more than a few TV episodes at a time. When I do, it feels like an information overload … [Read more...] about Footsteps of the Gods