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Historical Light is a Masonic show based on the historical events and aspects within Freemasonry. Between our buildings, members, events, and family history we have so many great stories with that rich history just waiting to be shared. Here on Historical Light, we aim to share, preserve, and Honor that history. Thank you for joining us on our quest for Historical Light!
 
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In this rendition of The Way Out I’m absolutely thrilled to bring you what turned out to be a conversation that was at once extremely resonant and outright entertaining with Amanda White. Amanda is a licensed therapist, author of the new book Not Drinking Tonight – A Guide to Creating a Sober Life You Love, and person in long term recovery since 20…
 
In this edition of The Way Out The best recovery cohost in the business has a tremendous conversation with new friend, Brett Morris, who created the Recovery Survey Podcast and Co-hosts the Recovery Revolution Live podcast! Brett is also a new Dad, a loving husband and an all-around fantastic human! His passion for spreading the message of recovery…
 
In this episode we have alot of space & science to cover! There were so many exciting things that happened in May/June that we are only just catching up. Lot's of 1sts going on lately: 1. Blue Origin's NS21 mission sends the 1st Mexican-born woman to the Edge of Space 2. NASA grows plants in Lunar Regolith for the 1st time. The soil was saved from …
 
It is no secret that American Freemasons have a long standing and unique relationship with our nation's capital. This week Historical Light welcomes Brother Chris B. Ruli as we discuss some of the amazing Masonic history behind Washington, D.C. Remember to have your cannon and favorite beverage ready at 9 pm CST for our live toast. Be a part of the…
 
In this edition of The Way Out we have for you a phenomenal interview with addiction therapist, person in long term recovery, and author of The New Book “Resolving Spiritual Skepticism in Recovery: Putting the Universe to Work for You, Andrew Pierce. Perhaps one of greatest hurdles folks have in embarking on the 12-Step program of recovery or the c…
 
On this segment of People of Science we welcome Jane Davies to the podcast! Jane is a Masters of Science student researching the Digital Anthropology of 3D printing in Space. Luckily, this podcast is all about that cross-section of humanity and Jane reached out to us! It's been great to have participated in Jane's research and it's awesome to have …
 
In this rendition of The Way Out, our extraordinary co-host Jason speaks with woman in long term recovery Honesty Liller. Honesty is the Author of the new memoir "Scattered Pink: A Diary of a Woman in Recovery" and she is the CEO of The McShin Foundation, a nationally recognized nonprofit Recovery Community Organization based in Richmond, Virginia.…
 
In this edition of The Way Out, our prodigious co-host with the most has an outstanding discussion with person in long term recovery, peer recovery specialist, mental health professional and recovery advocate Tom Jackson. Tom is a longtime and self-proclaimed "policy nerd" who has been doing recovery advocacy work on the national legislative level …
 
This week Historical Light welcomes Brother Chad Kopenski as discuss Reviving the Concept of Personalized Masonry and explore how the personal component of Freemasonry has evolved through the ages.....but we will Actually talk about it this time! (If this reference escapes you, check out our April Fools episode) Remember to have your cannon and fav…
 
In this rendition of The Way Out I’m beyond excited to bring you an exceptional interview with person in long term recovery on the family side and author of The Connected Leader: 7 Strategies to Empower Your True Self and Inspire Others, Karen Hardwick. Karen shares with us her journey to and through recovery to this point and embodied with it an e…
 
On this episode we recap the latest from a busy May in Space, including: - Boeing’s OFT-2 gets a Part DEUX after fixing some valve issues - James Webb Space Telescope continues Science Instrument commissioning - Rocket Lab catches their Electron Rocket with a Helicopter and the CAPSTONE spacecraft is on its way to New Zealand for an Artemis/Gateway…
 
In this edition of The Way Out, our spectacular recovery co-host Jason brings us a must listen interview with a tireless, passionate, and humble servant in the Minnesota Recovery community, Bridge May Sky! Bridge has had a long hard road, especially with her recovery. Service turned out to be the magic ingredient that she needed to achieve meaningf…
 
This week on Historical Light, We are joined by Brother Cedric Jacobson as our special guest to discuss some of the fascinating history behind the Masonic Lodges while at Refreshment. We will discuss the drinking/tavern culture in America from colonial times and relate that to some of our practices. Brother Jacobson will even attempt to recreate a …
 
In this edition of The Way Out I’m beyond thrilled to bring you an outstanding interview with person in recovery, loyal listener of The Way Out, and now our special guest to share his journey to and through recovery to this point, Ryan Kemmers. I just know all you all will find Ryan’s story super relatable just like I did, from a chaotic childhood,…
 
On this edition of The Way Out our tremendous co-host Jason brings us an interview with the Director of a New York based nonprofit organization Hope on a Mission, Cara Mia Bacchiochi. This woman is a true warrior for her community. Her street outreach started and grew on one street corner, simply by loving on the people in the neighborhood by provi…
 
This week we have much to discuss about all things space! - NASA's Crew 4 launches to the ISS on a SpaceX Falcon9 & Crew Dragon NET April 23 5:26AM ET - NASA's SLS Wet Dress Rehersal gets delayed & we get new launch window possibilties for this summer in Florida at Pad39A - The Jame Webb Telescope team was on Twitter Spaces talking about the cryoco…
 
In this rendition of The Way Out we’ve got an outstanding interview with Interventionist, Recovery Coach, Author, Podcaster, speaker and person in long-term recovery, Rob Lohman. As Rob shares with us in our interview, all the amazing aforementioned titles attached to Rob’s name are the result of his anything but linear journey to and through recov…
 
This week on Historical Light, Alex is out so Brother Daren Kellerman (a Past Grand Master of Kansas) is filling in as our special guest host. Joining him will be two distinguished Brothers from the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Kansas: Jeffrey Boykin Sr. (Deputy Grand Master) and Johnnie Eaves (Senior Grand Warden). Brother Daren can …
 
In this edition of The Way Out Our spectacular co-host Jason has a fantastic interview with person in long term recovery, Edward Charpentier. Edward shares his rollercoaster ride of a journey to and through recovery to this point with us which is jam packed with practical advice and sage recovery wisdom. This undeniable wealth of wisdom Ed shares i…
 
This episode of Historical Light just happened to land on April 1st as we welcome Brother Chad Kopenski to the show. We discuss Reviving the Concept of Personalized Masonry and explore how the personal component of Freemasonry has evolved through the ages....or do we.... Remember to have your cannon and favorite beverage at the end of the show for …
 
In this edition of The Way Out we have a fantastic interview with public speaker and author in Recovery, Brendon Watt. As a lead facilitator with Access Consciousness, Brendon empowers others to know they are not wrong, that anything is possible, and that they are just one choice away from change. Brendon shares with us his journey to and through r…
 
This week we discuss the nuanced topic of launch independence, the ability of a single country to continue their space programs regardless of global conflict that might interrupt international partnerships like the ISS and other space ventures. Given the continuing conflict in Ukraine, this story continues to develop. NASA also rolled out the SLS f…
 
In this rendition of The Way Out Ashley Grimes sits down with Recovery Podcast co-host and all around recovery superstar Jason and, as happens so often here on The Way Out Podcast blows our collective minds at the power of recovery. As you’ll soon hear, Ashely is a true recovery powerhouse. Ashley shares with us her seemingly hopeless journey to an…
 
In this edition of The Way Out I’m incredibly honored to bring you an exceptionally powerful, illuminating, relatable, and inspiring interview with person in long term recovery and co-founder of Workit Health, Lisa McLaughlin. Lisa and I had a lot in common coming of age in the same era in the Midwest of the U.S., albeit in different cities proper,…
 
This week Historical Light's live episode falls during the Grand Lodge of Kansas Annual Communication! Will we cancel? Nope, we are going live at Grand Lodge! Join us virtually as always for an enjoyable chat with Most Worshipful Brother Daren Kellerman and Brother James Jack from Scotland. Remember to have your cannon and favorite beverage ready f…
 
On this episode we return with another People of Science segment! This week, we are honored to have Steve Good, the Chief Commercial Officer of Ramon.Space - a company dedicated to bringing software & supercomputing to space. Today Ramon.Space Announces their High-Capacity Space-Resilient Storage Solution to the public. The boom of interest in spac…
 
In this edition of The Way Out, recovery podcast co-host Jason has a tremendous interview with two persons in long term recovery and a true power couple in the recovery community, Aleksandra Bembnista and Tony Cassese. Aleksandra is the founder of the nonprofit organization Glorious Recovery, and Tony is an addiction recovery professional. We get t…
 
In this edition of The Way Out, we have a tremendously insightful and beneficial interview with therapist and accomplished Author of numerous books, including The Proactive 12-Steps: A Mindful Program for Lasting Change, Serge Prengel. At the center of the work in Serge’s new book is two fundamental truths; the first is that in Recovery, indeed fun…
 
This week Historical Light welcomes Brother Dago Rodriguez to share the history of South Pasadena Lodge No. 290 in South Pasadena, CA. In this episode, we will be taking a look at the iconic history of SPML 290 and how they got to where they are today. Remember to have your cannon and favorite beverage ready at 9 pm CST for our live toast. Be a par…
 
After alot of delay we are back for another episode of the podcast. I've been through the ringer with food poisining and other life stuff, as I'm sure you have as well. There was alot to catch up on since our episode to close out January and we review what's new in space this week. The war in Ukraine and Russia's invasion is terrible, and I do my b…
 
in this edition of The Way Out, our intrepid co-host Jason brings us a truly special interview with person in long term recovery, motivational speaker, educator, trainer, professional storyteller, and award-winning spoken word poet Joseph Green. Joseph has been featured in numerous publications as well as the recently released award winning documen…
 
In this rendition of The Way Out we have an extremely relatable and inspiring discussion with musician, fellow podcaster and person in long term recovery Nick Warnke. Nick’s journey to and through recovery from addiction to this point was anything but linear, which only adds to the inspirational and relatable value embodied within his nothing short…
 
This week Historical Light welcomes Brother Teodoro Kalaw IV, the Centennial Senior Grand Lecturer and Past Grand Orator of the Grand Lodge of the Philippines! In this episode, we will be learning about the general history of Freemasonry within the Philippines as well as having Brother Kalaw guide us through the tale of The Fusion of 1917: "When th…
 
In this edition of The Way Out, our beloved and intrepid recovery podcast co-host Jason is back with an outstanding interview with person in long term Recovery, JR Weaver. JR is the author of the self-help book, Addiction Manifesto, and the CEO and founder of Recovery Revolution, which started as a Facebook page and has evolved into a 501C3 nonprof…
 
This week we are honored to have Jenna Bryant, the Co-Founder of Embedded Ventures and the CEO/General Partner on the podcast. We had Jordan Noone, her Co-Founder and CTO for Embedded at the end of last year (available here). We pick up our conversation about space "beyond launch". We explore Jenna's non-linear STEM original story and discuss how w…
 
In this edition of The Way Out we have Recovery Coach, psychotherapist, author, and person in long term recovery herself – Veronica Valli. Veronica was an absolute delight to interview for myriad reasons, not the least of which is her remarkable ability to get to the heart of what our core problem is and precisely how we can address it with her new…
 
This week Historical Light welcomes our special guests, Brothers David Merckle and Jason Richards! In this episode, we will be taking a look at the iconic history of The Lodge of Amity No. 5 who many of you know recently suffered a terrible fire resulting in a total loss of their Temple and so much history packed inside. Join us as we learn all abo…
 
In this edition of The Way Out, we’ve got an exceedingly illuminating and enlightening interview with Author, Artist and Teacher Day Schildkret who’s new book Hello, Goodbye: 75 Rituals for Times of Loss, Celebration, and Change though not written exclusively for the Recovery Community is nonetheless extremely relevant to those of us who are in Rec…
 
In this edition of The Way Out we have an outstanding interview with person in long term recovery, Vienna, a marketing extraordinaire by day and social media sober inspiration and artist by night. Vienna shares with us her journey to and through Recovery this point, which has been marked by both sides of the destructive force of addiction and alcoh…
 
This week, there have been some thoughts brewing that I keep circling back to. It's got some layers: What kind of skills will the first humans living on another planet need to survive? What is the first 50-100 years of humans living in space going to be like? If people are living somewhere, they'll need money - what is that going to be like on Mars…
 
In this edition of The Way Out, our intrepid recovery co-host Jason has an outstanding interview with Recovery advocate and ally Jaclyn Brown who is also a survivor of a loss of a family member due to addiction. Jaclyn is also the creator and host of the Dark and Enlightened Podcast, a podcast in which Jason was a recent guest so be sure to check t…
 
On this week's episode we share some thoughts on just how significant the success of James Webb Space Telescope is so far after being assembled in space on its way to 1 million miles from Earth at L2. There's a lot we will learn about existence after the big bang thanks to JWST, and we know that Hubble changed the way we look at space. Who doesn't …
 
In this rendition of The Way Out I’m incredibly honored to bring you my interview with writer, author, and person in long term recovery Jeff Romig. Jeff shares his journey to and through recovery to this point with us from both alcoholism and suicidal ideation and the inspiration behind his new, incredibly relatable, and well written book Don’t Fuc…
 
This week Historical Light welcomes our special guests, Brothers Ryan Flynn, Oscar Alleyne, and Ken Collins! In this episode, we will be taking a look at the amazing recent work by Ryan Flynn of the one and only Prince Hall. There is a ton of symbolism and historical accuracy worked into this painting that these Brothers came together to make happe…
 
In this edition of The Way out, recovery co-host extraordinaire Jason had the pleasure of talking with Chekesha Kay Ellis about her opioid journey and Recovery advocacy. She never so much as touched a drug in her life, but a torn meniscus began a 10 year prescription addiction that nearly killed her, and did indeed cause opioid toxicity, which perm…
 
Wishing you nothing but improvement and the best for you in 2022! Closing out 2021, we wanted to enter 2022 by recapping the story of James Webb Space Telescope as a beacon of hope that even with struggle, difficulty, and decades of doubt - humans can still perform great acts and complete the goals set out before them. After the successful Christma…
 
In this edition of The Way Out I’m downright ecstatic about bringing you all my interview with musician and person in long term recovery STATiC whom I had the tremendous opportunity to meet while doing our still very much relevant Panel Discussion on Staying Sober for the Holidays along with mutual friend Shane Ramer and The Way Out’s spectacular c…
 
In this edition of The Way Out, our beloved recovery podcast co-host Jason catches up with an old friend, Cynthia Baade who is a person in long term recovery and a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist Reciprocal. Now time for a moment of total and complete transparency for a purpose about this interview. One of Cynthia’s little ones is in the backgro…
 
In this episode we cover the latest in all-things space since our last episode on Dec 9th. - Blue Origin launched the 'Original Six' to the edge of space and back landing safely in West Texas. - The Parker Solar Probe 'touched' the sun and it's corona for the first time, and some recent research linking solar wind and asteroid regolith with creatin…
 
This week I’m thrilled to bring you an interview with person in long term recovery Kim Bemis, who is also the Founder and Executive Director of Gobi Support, the first and only online platform that offers drug and alcohol prevention and early intervention programs for parents and their teenagers. As a person in long term recovery himself, along wit…
 
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