Saturday, May 09, 2009

The Journal of the Masonic Society, Issue #3 In Transit Now

The remainders of Issue #3, Winter 2008/2009 of The Journal of The Masonic Society landed with a 150 pound thud on my doorstep, and the rest are flying into mailboxes this week.

Yes, I know it's late.
We're assembling issue #4 now.
The schedule will be caught up by Issue #5 this summer.





Meanwhile, in the new issue, we feature:

  • RW Roger VanGorden on "Masonic Kaizen."
  • Bro. Will Highsmith of North Carolina on the Masonic influences on the Boy Scouts' Order of the Arrow.
  • RW Marc Conrad of Louisiana on the Masonic symbolism in Mozart’s The Magic Flute.
  • WBro. Cory Sigler of New Jersey on making “Designs Upon the Trestleboard.”
  • WBro. Nathan Brindle of Indiana on “Dues That Don't.”
  • RW Yasha Beresiner from London on the August Order of Light.
  • February's Masonic Week in Alexandria, reported by WBro. Jay Hochberg.
  • WBro. Chris Hodapp on the story of William Morgan that won't go away.
  • News of the Masonic Society, including annual reports.
  • Masonic News from around the globe.
News is coming soon on the Semi-Annual First Circle gathering to be held in October!

Many thanks to our contributors, members, and advertisers.

4 comments:

Long Rod said...

Is it possible for academics to get a hold of any of these articles to use for scholarly purposes? Or can you tell me of any academic libraries that subscribe?

Thanks

Dem said...

Did Vermeer have any connections
with Masonry or his painting on
the cover of the Journal is just
a free interpretation?

Dem said...

Did Vermeer have any connections
with Masonry or his painting on
the cover of the Journal is just
a free interpretation?

Simonides said...

Bro. Hodapp,
Just finished reading Issue #3 - wow! Please keep up the outstanding work! The Journal is an excellent mix of esoteric and practical articles; truly a pleasure to read.

Fraternally,

Bro. Andrew Hutchinson
St. John's Lodge No. 1, A.Y.M., F.&A.M.
Grand Lodge of the State of New York