Best Masonry podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Forgotten Secrets
Weekly
 
This is a place where mystery is explored. Archaeology, the mystical, masonry, Illuminati, Rosicrucianism, Kabbalah, and more.
 
The edition of the book published in 1921 explored extensively the reasons why Mormons were not accepted ("are" at the time of publication) into the Masonic Lodges. (Summary by Chiquito J. Crasto)
 
The Laudable Pursuit contributors, Nathan Warren, Jason E. Marshall, and Matt Anthony, discuss the transformative aspects of Masonry.
 
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Masonic Life 360
Daily+
 
Masonic Life 360. An open and ongoing discussion on topics from a masons personal point of view. This is being brought to you by the Masonic Life Initiative. For more information visit division8masons.com
 
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On the Level
Monthly+
 
On the Level is a set of interviews done by Bo Buchanan, Arizona Lodge No. 2 in Phoenix, Arizona. Everyone interviewed is a mason or a member of the masonic family. While most of the interviews are of masons within various lodges in the Grand Lodge of Arizona, the interviewees include members of the extended masonic family such as Eastern Star, DeMolay, Jobs Daughters, Amaranth, etc.
 
The Masonic Lodge of Westlake, Ohio
 
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Why is Teotihucan named Teotihucan? Connection with Christianity and 12 tribes of Israel?
 
Timothy Dougherty got involved in DeMolay as a young man. So when he came of age to join Freemasonry - Tim wasted no time. Tim talked about how his mentors stayed with him from DeMolay to Freemasonry and how they helped him weather some tough times in life.
 
Jim Watson says he's a simple man with a simple plan. Yet he's anything but simple. From the time he was a a young man, certain people in the community had an eye on Jim. And he would prove their intuitions right.
 
Jim Watson says he's a simple man with a simple plan. Yet he's anything but simple. From the time he was a a young man, certain people in the community had an eye on Jim. And he would prove their intuitions right.
 
Knock, and a door will be opened. Okay - maybe you have to knock 3 times. Randy tells the story of his interest in Freemasonry and how his neighbor played a big role.
 
Jean Claude Malterre came to America from France for a job opportunity and never left. Since that time, he became a mason in Tucson Lodge No. 4. He is now Worshipful Master of the Grand Lodge of Arizona Military Degree team and talks about the importance of honoring our soldiers.
 
A chance encounter with Freemasons hall while visiting London in his youth led to a lifelong involvement with Freemasonry. Johnny Royal has had a passion for years about telling the story of Freemasonry and after several years he is now able to bring his passion to the big screen. 33 Degrees and beyond is a documentary telling the world about w ...…
 
Are masons today freethinkers or are they conformists?
 
Why do we typically not discuss religion or politics in lodge?
 
Religion and Freemasonry. How do they co-exist?
 
During the 300th year anniversary of the first Grand Lodge (England) - a group of brothers decided to travel to the worlds oldest Lodge - Mother Kilwining Lodge 0. Right Worshipful Master of Mother Lodge, Charles Hughes, talks about his 22 year progression to the East and how Masonry has affected his life.…
 
Many people don't know that John Wayne was a Mason. But one day, when "The Duke" was filming a movie in southern Arizona near Tucson - John Wayne entered masonry at Marion McDaniel Lodge.
 
Most Worshipful Tim Seay talks about leadership, non profits and Freemasonry and how he has tried to make an impact during his time in the high office of Arizona Prince Hall Masonry.
 
Scott, Steve and Jim: The three pillars of Masonry - Faith, Hope and Charity. Recorded May 19th, 2016.
 
Albert Krueger talks about his early exposure to masonry in the Lutheran synod church, and his discovery of Masonry through the Episcopal church as an ordained minister. Recorded May 19th, 2016.
 
Mike talks about travelling with George Washington's gavel and how masons can count on each other no matter where they are. Recorded April 10th, 2016.
 
Jeremy is travelling from DC to Arizona with George Washington's gavel and shares that experience. He also talks about his connection to Dan Brown and the lost symbol. Recorded April 10th, 2016.
 
Jim Cole explains how a series of events have made it a very small world. Recorded April 2nd, 2016.
 
Ronald talks about his family in masonry, DeMolay and the Scottish Rite. Recorded April 2nd, 2016.
 
Richard talks about growing up in a Masonic family. Recorded April 2nd, 2016.
 
Jeff talks about growing up around his grandfather as a mason, being a worshipful master and Scottish Rite Southern Jurisdiction and the VMAP program. Recorded April 2nd, 2016.
 
Dave talks about his Naval service and being washed overboard as well as his Masonic journey from New Jersey to Arizona. Recorded April 1st, 2016.
 
After conducting nearly 80 interviews, Bo talks about what he has learned and why masonry can feed your soul. Recorded April 1st, 2016.
 
Eddie talks about being the lodge Marshall for 14 years, and how he owned a bar in Phoenix and met masons that led him to a lodge. Recorded March 31st, 2016.
 
Brian talks about his early exposure to masonry through his grandfather. Recorded March 31st, 2016.
 
Jack shares memories of growing up in a Masonic household, soul searching and having time for masonry. Recorded March 31st, 2016.
 
Mustafa talks about how he came to America through the ethnic cleansing of Bosnia and the brotherhood he found at PVST. Recorded March 31st, 2016.
 
Bryan and Drinda Cooper-Keeble share their story of marriage in masonry and putting together International trips to other Masonic lodges. Recorded March 30th, 2016.
 
Lee talks about the Scottish Rite Valley of Chicago and their old and new buildings, their years of travelling and the DeMolay. Recorded March 30th, 2016.
 
Trevor talks about the difficult path he walked in seeking to become a Mason and how he found a home at Chandler Thunderbird #15. Recorded March 30th, 2016.
 
Larry talks about his early family exposure to masonry and his favorite memories as Grand Master of Arizona. Recorded March 24th, 2016.
 
Bill tells the story of his Masonic investigation by the men in black. Recorded March 21st, 2016.
 
Rex talks about his desire to get involved in the philanthropic side of Masonry and about secret beer drinking. Recorded March 21st, 2016.
 
Dennis talks about moving around the United States, joining several different lodges, and visiting a Cayman Islands Lodge with Prince Charles. Recorded March 21st, 2016.
 
Frank talks about being a late bloomer in FreeMasonry and how his brother got him involved in West Virginia. Recorded March 21st, 2016.
 
Jesse talks about why he joined FreeMasonry and how he chooses to serve in the kitchen. Recorded March 20th, 2016.
 
Chase talks about discovering FreeMasonry in Iraq and finding new brotherhood in FreeMasonry. Recorded March 20th, 2016.
 
Rob talks about the value of learning to work within the system of Masonry and the importance of integrity. Recorded March 20th, 2016.
 
Matt talks about why he joined FreeMasonry and why a spirit of service is important to him. Recorded March 20th, 2016.
 
Father and son Robert and Jonathan Beffel talk about their special memories in Masonry including Star Wars, music, family connection and more. Recorded March 18th, 2016.
 
Terry talks about finding his way into masonry through the back door. Only to find out - everyone was waiting for him. Recorded March 18th, 2016.
 
Chris talks about joining FreeMasonry less than 3 years ago and his rapid movement through the officer chairs. Recorded March 16th, 2016.
 
Mel talks over the phone in our first phone interview. Mel talks about how he became part of the Tall Cedars of Lebanon and how that played a role in his masonic journey. Recorded March 14th, 2016.
 
Jaime talks about research and masonry, symbolism and the search for deeper meaning. Recorded March 14th, 2016.
 
Matt shares the story of his grandfather and great grandfather in masonry and then meaning of Masonic brotherhood. Recorded March 14th, 2016.
 
Dave talks about his early exposure to the helping hand of a brother and being a Mason in both Illinois and Arizona. Recorded March 13th, 2016.
 
John talks about being ready to give back in life and why masonry is the vehicle he chose. Recorded March 12th, 2016.
 
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