Saturday, December 19, 2009

The Journal of the Masonic Society, Issue 6 In Mailboxes Now


After just a year and a half, the Masonic Society is approaching 1,000 members from all around the world. Our Semi-Annual meeting in Indianapolis in October was a great success. We are planning our second annual gathering at Masonic Week in February, and will soon be announcing that program. And we continue to offer what we believe to be the best Masonic magazine available anywhere.

Issue 6 of the Journal of the Masonic Society has been slowly inching its way into mailboxes for the last two weeks.

Featured in this issue are:
  • Leaving The Status Quo Behind by Roger VanGorden
  • Freedom Restored by John Belton
  • Restructuring American Freemasonry Part I by Mark Tabbert
  • Order of the Royal Ark Mariner in England by Yasha Beresiner
  • Beyond the Tracing Board: Masonic Education Outside of the Lodge by Randy Williams
  • Lectures of Pleasure by Jay Hochberg
  • What's Wrong With The Lost Symbol by Rex Hutchens
  • The Story of the Inexperienced Ghost by H.G. Wells
  • A new occasional section, The Gentleman Mason, by Jeffrey Naylor
  • Plus new member benefits, Society News, Masonic news from around the world, Masonic Treasures, and more.

Don't forget that the Journal also offers advertising for products of interest to Freemasons, with some of the best ad rates you'll find anywhere.

Remember that we are especially interested in helping research lodges by giving your members' original work a wider audience. And a membership in The Masonic Society is a great idea for new Masons. At just $39 a year, members receive a beautiful wax-sealed patent, membership card, lapel pin, and four issues of the Journal. If you aren't a member, join today!

Membership is open to all regular, recognized Master Masons. See the website for more details.

1 comment:

Don Tansey said...

Brother, as far as I am concerned, the Journal is one of the best values in Masonic education available today. I'm proud to be a member of the Society and always look forward to receiving our publication.

I've offered to give the first paper for my research lodge next year and intend to submit it to the publication.

I would also mention that the discussion boards are an excellent way to stay abreast of what's going on in the Craft.

Well done.

(The author of this post has not been compensated in any way for his endorsement.)

Don Tansey
Worshipful Master Elect
St. John's Lodge #2 Middletown, CT