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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Last Chance: Masonic Society Symposium in London This Weekend

To celebrate the 350th anniversary of the Royal Society in 2010, The Masonic Society, in conjunction with Library and Museum of Freemasonry, will hold their 1st Annual Uk –Ireland Symposium in London on Friday and Saturday May 28th and 29th. If you are in the U.K., don't miss this event!

This first Masonic Society Symposium being held in England has as its theme ‘The Royal Society.’ Friday attendees will have a private guided tour of the London Freemason Hall Library and Museum's exhibition ‘Freemasons and the Royal Society’ (meet in the first floor lounge Freemasons Hall 4:00pm). This will be the last date of the exhibition , so don't miss it! The evening will end with an informal dinner and drinks at the popular Prince of Wales tavern on the corner of Great Queen Street.

Saturday, the symposium will move to the Kensal Community Centre (177 Kensal Road London W10 5BJ) where our talks for the day will be presented, and each session followed by questions and answers. The day will feature historians Michael Baigent (The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail, The Dead Sea Scrolls Deception ), and Robert L D Cooper (The Masonic Magician: The Life and Death of Count Cagliostro and His Egyptian Rite , The Rosslyn Hoax. Michael will will present ‘Aspects of the Royal Society’, and Robert will speak on ‘A Scottish View of the Foundation of the Royal Society’.

Delegates will be invited to a complimentary lunch. The total registration cost for the Saturday event is £ 10.00 inclusive of lunch. The organising committee consists of Yasha Beresiner (Chairman) David Naughton-Shires (Secretary) and Martyn Greene (Treasurer)

While reservations have closed, there is still time to take part. Contact brother David Naughton-Shires at 00 353 86 3951402 to book a place or join us for the tour and dinner even if you can't make the symposium.

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