Where did Freemasonry come from? How did it emerge? No one knows for sure, but several origin theories exist. This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable discuss the various Masonic origin theories that have emerged and lend their thoughts to the validity of the same.
We're back from Masonic Week, where Jason, Jon, and Mike the Intern were made official Muscovite Nobles! This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable welcome specials guests Seth Anthony and Jason Lewis of the Masonic Lite Podcast as they discuss the Noble Order of Muscovites, an curious (and hilarious) Odd Fellows side order. You won't want to miss it!
Thanks so much to everyone who came out for Episode 200! This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable take a deep dive into the symbolism of Jacob's Ladder and how it relates to the Masonic fraternity.
We're diving back into Masonic research this week, and the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable welcome back special guest Eric Diamond from the X-Oriente podcast to discuss employing the Jewish exegesis method of "Pardes" to Masonic texts and allegories. You won't want to miss it!
Happy New Year! This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable take a look at the ancient religion known as Mithraism which, while not connected in any way to Freemasonry, focused heavily on the initiatic experience of its members.
This December is Ritual Month here at The Masonic Roundtable! This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable finish things off with a discussion of the secretive 1850's Masonic group known as The Conservators, who attempted to bring American Masonic ritual back to its original glory.
This December is Ritual Month here at The Masonic Roundtable! This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable continue their discussion of American Masonic ritual with a discussion on Bro. Thomas Smith Webb.
This December is Ritual Month here at The Masonic Roundtable! We'll be examining important figures and movements that have contributed to the development of American Masonic ritual. This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable kick things off with a discussion of Bro. William Preston.
It's Thanksgiving-Eve-Eve here in the United States and we'd like to take a moment to reflect upon what we are thankful for; in life and in Freemasonry. Each host will have a different perspective (there is plenty to be thankful for after all) and we encourage you to share your thoughts as well.
We've talked at length on the leadership needs, qualities, and qualifications of lodges. This week, we'll discuss the need for those brothers who are the foundation of the lodge and about the brethren who have no desire to move beyond the Junior Deacon's chair. The Regular Member.
Education should be so important that there should be a lodge officer dedicated to it. Oh wait, there is! This week join us and special guest Dave Bacon on the role of the Lodge Education Officer (LEO) and how to make that office awesome!