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
The Hour Glass African American Freemasonry In The State Of New York 1812-2012 By Ezekiel M.Bey A Review by: Wor. Bro. Frederic L. Milliken Talented Prince Hall Masonic authors and writers are not as plentiful as grapes on the vine. So when one comes along we need to take notice and pay … [Read more...] about The Hour Glass
The Beehive is proud to present the second article on the Wilbert M. Curtis Library Museum of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Texas opened this June, 2011. This article was written by the Grand Editor of The Grand Lodge Publication, "The Texas Prince Hall Freemason" and will appear … [Read more...] about Telling Our Own Story: Wilbert M. Curtis Texas Prince Hall Library Museum Unveiled
Lewis Masonic is one of those publishing houses that seem to pull from a limitless well of ideas to produce work that is both timely and informative and their latest book, The Complete Lodge Secretary, is exactly that: timely and informative. To say its a must have is a difficult … [Read more...] about The Complete Lodge Secretary
What would you say if I told you that a secret cabal of ultra fundamental extremists were secretly at the heart of the American government? And what if I said to you that the very same secret cabal has held power and sway for near on the last century, with its present zenith starting in the last … [Read more...] about The Family – Jesus Plus Nothing equals P (J+0=P)
Tobias Churton is a prolific Masonic author and one I've come to hold in high esteem. For many, he may not be a regular household name as his work (and residence) come from abroad in the U.K. and in an dense American marketplace of books, his work is less well known here. Nevertheless, its … [Read more...] about Freemasonry the Reality, a review.
Ever stop to think for a few moments where some of your favorite Masonic books and imprints come from? Or how certain books get published (or don't end up in print)? What about e-books, or that really rare hard to find text that you heard mentioned once, but can't seem to find? This week on … [Read more...] about Publisher and Br. Michael Poll of Cornerstone Publishing on Masonic Central
Few book stores really give you whatyou pay for, and even fewer don't sport a big box name that you can recall on opposite ends of the continent. In Los Angeles, its rare to find a unique book store that really delivers what its name implies. In fact, I can only think of one here in LA, and that's … [Read more...] about The Occult Bookstore – Chicago
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.
I have never reviewed two books together before but there is a good reason for doing so. "The Origins of Freemasonry: Facts and Fictions" by Margaret C. Jacob and "Revolutionary Brotherhood" by Steven Bullock are both written by historians who are not Freemasons. They both write from the same point … [Read more...] about The Origins of Freemasonry & Revolutionary Brotherhood