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This is a podcast which is for Freemasons and anyone who wants to know more about Freemasonry. Hosted by Robert Johnson, a member of several appendant bodies within Freemasonry. The show features a weekly episode where Masonic papers are read and discussed, famous Freemasons are explored and Masonic news is shared. Freemasonry for today.
 
On Nov. 12, 2016, Valleys, Orients and Councils of Deliberations from both the Northern Masonic and Southern Jurisdictions will come together to celebrate the Scottish Rite. It is the first time the fraternity has held such a nationwide day of honor. We are asking that everyone in both jurisdictions commemorate Scottish Rite Day. Our hope is that you see it as a chance to enjoy a fun, memorable occasion where you can reach out to and connect with your Brothers.
 
As leaders in pediatric orthopedics, our team takes on that responsibility by not only providing world-renowned care to the patients we treat but also sharing education with our families. Through our various platforms of communication, we are able to share the latest research and education on the different conditions our experts treat and shine a light on our patients during their time with us. Checking In – A Scottish Rite for Children Podcast is an educational resource from our experts. Wi ...
 
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This week, the hosts of the Masonic Roundtable are joined by Brother Matt Parker as we discuss a very relevant topic in today's heated climate: how to have civil discourse between and among our Brethren!By Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
This week, we look at why a Masonic “Lodge” is also referred to as a “temple” and why it's not called a temple anymore or is it? In this philosophical look at the Temple versus Lodge debate, we’ll take apart both terms and see what they mean and how they are interchangeable and maybe not interchangeable--within the greater umbrella of Freemasonry. …
 
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable discuss the recently held Esotericon 2022 Conference in the D.C. Region with the hosts of the same. What is it, why did it arise, and what does the future hold for this premiere esoteric event!By Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
Join us for this interview with the Grand Executive Director of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, for the Southern Jurisdiction of the United States of America, Ill. Bro. William G. Sizemore II, 33º, Grand Cross, Rear Admiral for the U.S. Navy (Retired) and former instructor at the Navy Fighter Weapons School (aka TOP GUN)! Support the show…
 
This week--for immediate release--Information on the brand new and upcoming South Pasadena Masonic Con event happening this July. Who will be there? Where can you get the tickets? And what's included? Then, we'll take a deep dive into a three-part series on ancient Egyptian Religion --from creation to administration to the variance that exists from…
 
In this episode, we discuss the 15th Degree - “Knight of the East” as we continue our exploration of "Morals & Dogma: The Annotated Edition". It is highly recommended that you read the chapter in order to fully follow our discussion. "Morals and Dogma" is available from these sites: Albert Pike's Morals and Dogma: Annotated Edition (to purchase) Mo…
 
This week, the hosts of the Masonic roundtable welcome special guest Wor. Brother Nicholas Laine as they discuss the intersection between artificial intelligence and freemasonry. Could an artificial consciousness ever be qualified to be made a Mason? How could lodges make use of machine learning to better the craft? Tune in for these questions and …
 
This week, do words have the power to manifest your individual or group realities? Watch your thoughts--they become words! We’ll look at the topic in an article on the power of the spoken word in Freemasonry. Then, a quick message from the WCY Podcast on this special month. Finally, we'll wrap it up with a short interview with RWB:. Alex Powers, al…
 
Admiral Bill Sizemore, 33° Grand Cross, is a retired US Navy pilot, and currently the Grand Executive director of the Scottish Rite House of the Temple in Washington DC. Adm. Sizemore prepared remarks for the Grand Lodge of Florida to discuss Memorial Day during their annual communication, and in this video, we hear an unedited recording of one of …
 
In this episode, we discuss the 14th Degree - “Perfect Elu” as we continue our exploration of "Morals & Dogma: The Annotated Edition". It is highly recommended that you read the chapter in order to fully follow our discussion. "Morals and Dogma" is available from these sites: Albert Pike's Morals and Dogma: Annotated Edition (to purchase) Morals an…
 
This week, we have the author of a four-part series of books. In it, a fictional character, Brother Deacon, a larger-than-life Freemason, extols lessons in Masonic philosophy through stories considered by many to be the contemporary version of the old Claudy Tyler Talks. We’ll talk with Brother James “Chris” Williams and find out why he wrote the b…
 
This week, we talked with a Brother of the Jewish faith about his particular experience in Freemasonry. Is Freemasonry compatible with Judaism? What's it like to join a fraternity that's overwhelmingly Christian, which uses a Jewish text as the foundation for the allegory and being Jewish In the fraternity? This week, we're talking to Brother Sean …
 
This week, how can we adjust our lives to be more Masonic, and connect with the people around us? Is the answer truly in putting down our phones and electronics? Are they truly a plague upon modern mankind? We’ll explore this idea in a piece by Darin A. Lahners, where he lays out many of the significant issues with mental health and our dependence …
 
In this episode, we discuss the 13th Degree - “Royal Arch of Solomon” as we continue our exploration of "Morals & Dogma: The Annotated Edition". Transcripts, Chapter Markers and Show Notes for all episodes are available from our website - WayOfTheHermit.com. It is highly recommended that you read the chapter in order to fully follow our discussion.…
 
This week, we get a rundown of what happened at the Midwest Conference of Masonic Education, 2022, in Kansas City, MO. What were some of the ideas passed around from state education officer to state education officer regarding best practices and discoveries within the realm of Masonic education? Then we'll hear, from Greg Knott, who tells us about …
 
In the last few months, the Scottish Rite Southern Jurisdiction has expanded its offerings on YouTube, and now TikTok! IN this episode, host Maynard Edwards, 32 degree KCCH talks to Brother Jim Robinson from the Valley of Atlanta, who is the man behind the Scottish Rite TikTok presence and the incredible amount of growth and engagement the channel …
 
Join us for the audio of the Oxford style debate (modified format for the Masonic Lodge in open meeting) on the proposition that "The M.W. Grand Lodge of Colorado should recognize female Freemasonry!" For the motion: W.Bro. Peter Preston. Against the motion: W.Bro. Ben Williams. Moderated by: W.Bro. Grover Sardeson. Support the show…
 
This week, is there value in the rubbish of the temple? What do those less than perfect stones do for us for the rest of our lives? Could they be lessons preparing us for future obstacles? Then we'll hear a response from a festive board regarding the 47th problem of Euclid. At a recent festive board, one Brother brings a personal touch to his 47th …
 
In this episode, we discuss the 12th Degree - “Master Architect” as we continue our exploration of "Morals & Dogma: The Annotated Edition". Transcripts, Chapter Markers and Show Notes for all episodes are available from our website - WayOfTheHermit.com. It is highly recommended that you read the chapter in order to fully follow our discussion. "Mor…
 
This week, the hosts of the Masonic Roundtable are joined by Brother Jacob Thompson to discuss all the new and updated happenings concerning education in the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry!By Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
This week, how critical is the idea of an individual degree and an individual catechism to the future of Freemasonry? We’ll explore a piece by William H. Boyd in which he outlines the several reasons why the future of the Craft depends on the practice of individual degrees and catechisms. Then, we'll talk about the investigation committee and the c…
 
This week, the hosts of the Masonic Roundtable are joined by Brother Robert Marshall to discuss the concept of Death in Freemasonry, certain symbols alluding to death and rising again, and what exactly is the thing that is dying in our rituals?By Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
M.W. Bros. Corey Shackleford, Sr., Grand Master Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Georgia, and Don Combs, Grand Master Grand Lodge of Georgia F. & A.M. join me to discuss the historic signing of mutual recognition between their jurisdictions on April 9, 2022. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/rockymountainmason)…
 
This week, we wrap up the contemporary look at Whither Are We Traveling with part 11 of Darin A. Lahner's series. Are there not too many well-meaning Brethren working overtime to make Freemasonry something other than Freemasonry? Should we abandon free will and accord? Should we take positions on public issues of the day? Go all out for materialism…
 
In this episode, we discuss the 11th Degree - “Elu of the Twelve” as we continue our exploration of "Morals & Dogma: The Annotated Edition". Transcripts, Chapter Markers and Show Notes for all episodes are available from our website - WayOfTheHermit.com. It is highly recommended that you read the chapter in order to fully follow our discussion. "Mo…
 
This week, Whither Are We Traveling? (Pt 10) and Worshipful Brother Darin A. Lahners' contemporary examination of the text. Hasn't the so-called 'century of the common man' contributed to making our fraternity a little too common? Is it so easy for anybody to join Freemasonry? And what happens when common men become part of our uncommon fraternity?…
 
This week, "What has become of that course of moral instruction, veiled and illustrated by symbols that Freemasonry is supposed to be?" Has Freemasonry lost its Masonic education edge? Are we too hung up on crafted programs created by our membership committees that change every year? What could be a simple way of ensuring Masonic education finds it…
 
In this episode, we discuss the 10th Degree - “Elu of the Fifteen” as we continue our exploration of "Morals & Dogma: The Annotated Edition". Transcripts, Chapter Markers and Show Notes for all episodes are available from our website - WayOfTheHermit.com. It is highly recommended that you read the chapter in order to fully follow our discussion. "M…
 
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable discuss the navigation and realities of politics "within" an organization such as Freemasonry; at the local level, at the Jurisdictional level, and at a National/International Level, and how this impacts the goals of the Craft.By Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
This week we welcome Illustrious Brother Austin Shifrin from the Valley of Pittsburgh, PA. He's the author of the upcoming book More Light, Collected Masonic Writings from 2017 to 2021. What's the difference between ethics and etiquette? What makes a gentleman? We'll get to these questions and a whole lot more. Stay tuned! Links: Get the book More …
 
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable are joined by Brother Mark Tabbert, the Director of Collections at the George Washington Masonic National Memorial, to discuss his new book on the Masonic life and legacy of Brother George Washington.By Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
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