American Freemasonry – The Noble Goal

Historian Alain de Keghel talks about American Freemasonry as it relates to the rest of the world. Read More

How Old is Freemasonry?

The modern incarnation of Freemasonry dates to around 1717, but, was that truly the beginning of the "ancient" and honorable… Read More

My Talk on Citizenship

Some thoughts on how to promote citizenship in America. In the Masonic world, we recently observed "Citizenship Month" here in… Read More

A Talk With John “Coach” Nagy

Brother John "Coach" Nagy recently sat down with Phoenixmasonry Live and talked about his Masonic mission of informing members of… Read More

Travis Simpkins: Interview with the Portrait Artist Taking Freemasonry by Storm

If you have a lot of Mason friends and follow various Masonic and related personalities, like I do, you for… Read More

Freemasonry as it was Practiced During the American Civil War

On November 6, 1860, prior to Abraham Lincoln’s election for United States President he declared that, “Government cannot endure half… Read More

Interview With Masonic Author Frederic Milliken, His Life And Times and Texas’ New Intervisitation

I recently had the pleasure to interview one of Phoenixmasonry’s own, Bro. Frederic Millken, Executive Director for the Phoenixmasonry Masonic… Read More

Famous Freemason | Tom Mix

In this series on Famous Freemasons, we delve deeper into the history of these notable individuals to explore their dynamic… Read More

The Masonic Role in American History

BRYCE ON HISTORY How Masonry affected America. I have been a Freemason for many years and I am still surprised… Read More

A Secret History of the Civil War

University of Cincinnati Civil War historian, Mark Lause, has a new book out titled A Secret Society History of the… Read More