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Thursday, June 02, 2011

Issue 12 of the Journal of the Masonic Society Coming

Issue 12 of the Journal of the Masonic Society will be landing in mailboxes soon.

Highlights from this issue include:

The Broach’d Thurnal Revisited
by William S. Burkle

The Dwellers on the Threshold by Michael Poll

A Short Lesson on the Origins and Evolution of Freemasonry by Peter G. Knatt

The Operatives By Michael A. Lampadarios
Climbing Up Jacob's Ladder by J. Winfield Cline

Traveling by Christopher L. Hodapp

• 2011 Masonic Week Notebook

Plus Masonic Treasures; The Gentleman Mason - our regular column of style, manners, book reviews, tobacciana, and spirits; news and events from all over the Masonic world; and products from our great advertisers.

This issue’s cover features St. Bruno orders the construction of the monastery by Eustache Le Sueur (1616-1655). It is one of a series of twenty-two paintings depicting the life of Saint Bruno created between 1645 and 1648 for the cloister of a Carthusian charterhouse in Paris, which was near today’s Jardin du Luxembourg. It was dissolved 1792, and the panels are now in the Louvre.

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