http://youtu.be/qQQ-jmkoWlE A crew is at work in Boston unearthing a time capsule believed buried by patriots Samuel Adams and Paul Revere. CNN affiliate WBZ reports, the 18th-century capsule was left in a cornerstone of the Massachusetts State House. The capsule is believed to date … [Read more...] about Time Capsule From Paul Revere, Sam Adams Uncovered
On June 17, 1775 some 2000+ British troops commanded by General Thomas Gage stormed Breed’s Hill where the rebels were encamped. Among subsequent charges up the hill that day Dr. Joseph Warren, Grand Master of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Massachusetts and a Major General was slain. This was a … [Read more...] about Grand Historian Walter H. Hunt Commemorates The Battle Of Bunker Hill June 17, 1775
Interesting people do interesting things and some of the most interesting to me are Masonic artisans or craftsmen. The cream of the crop are those who are multi talented having expertise across a number of fields. When I wrote about Patrick Craddock I noted: Successful people are multi- talented … [Read more...] about Walter Hunt, Freemason’s Information Age Pioneer
Stories of Prince Hall & Mainstream interaction are popping out everywhere. And the beautiful aspect of it all is that there is great appreciation and joy at this intermingling. Brotherly love and affection prevail and every moral and social virtue cements Brothers of different … [Read more...] about Mumbai Indian Freemason Visits Prince Hall Boston Lodge
Freemasonry cannot serve two masters, the world and itself. The biggest mistake it has made is to listen to the whining attacks made by its detractors. Freemasonry just benefits Freemasons they say as if they had some claim on what we are, what we do and what we say. Our critics have embarrassed … [Read more...] about What Is Killing Freemasonry
History, then and now, in the making, and your chance to help make it a reality for the Canton Viaduct Masonic Memorial. From the Milestone Public Flyer. Background: The Canton Viaduct is the longest and oldest stone viaduct in the Western Hemisphere. The foundation stone was laid in … [Read more...] about The Re-dedication of the Structure with Soul and Stability
First I had the opportunity last week to speak at Lyles Middle School in Lexington, Massachusetts to the classes of a Lodge Brother who teaches history at the school. I managed to talk to four periods of combined classes, my subject being the first battle of the American Revolutionary War in … [Read more...] about Two Great Moments, Two Great Weeks
Lexington, Massachusetts - Are you registered yet? This has been posted a few times, but some changes to the schedule have been made, and your shot at early registration is coming to a close, so if your in or around the Lexington Mass area, you need to attend this symposium! Registration … [Read more...] about National Heritage Museum “New Perspectives” deadline looms!