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Saturday, July 16, 2022

South Pasadena Masonic Lodge's Masonic Con 2022: "Masonry in the New Millennium" July 22-24


by Christopher Hodapp

Beginning next Friday, July 22 through Sunday July 24th, I'll be in Pasadena, California to take part in the South Pasadena Masonic Lodge's Masonic Con 2022. The theme of this year's event is "Masonry in the New Millennium." 

Masonic scholars from across the country will participate in discussions on various topics geared to enlighten the listener on the far-reaching impacts Freemasonry has among men, and the best practices for Freemasons to become better equipped in the New Millennium. There will also be three panels of well-qualified Masons discussing topics such as: Innovations in Freemasonry; Masculinity and The Craft; and The Masonic Legacy Society,

This event will be open to all Masons and to the interested public. The weekend kick's off on Friday evening with a gala Festive Board that will include a seven-course meal—punctuated with traditional Masonic toasts and songs.

In addition to myself, speakers include:
  • Jaime Paul Lamb - "The Archetypal Temple"
  • Robert G. Davis - "It is Time to Cross the Rubicon and Battle Our 20th Century Ruffians"
  • Chuck Dunning - "Nurturing the Renaissance of Masonry in the 21st Century"
  • Brad Drew - "The Masonic Legacy Society"
  • Chris Murphy - “Upon the Tablets of his Heart”: Creating Harmony through Masonic Myth-making"
  • Kirk White - "Nones in the Temple"
  • Akram Elias - "The Masonic Legacy Society"
  • Michael Jarzabek - "The Masonic Legacy Society"
  • Angel Millar - "Manhood and Freemasonry"
  • Rod Duncan - "Innovations In Masonry"
  • Cesar Rubio - ""Innovations In Masonry"

Three Masonic films will be screened during this weekend, followed by an audience Q&A featuring at least one of the filmmakers.
  • Brian T. Evans - "The Masonic Table: The Art of Dining in Freemasonry"
  • Mitch Horowitz - "The Kybalion: Hermeticism(s) and Modern Spirituality"


Moderators for the weekend include:
  • Erik Strom
  • Robert Johnson
  • Ian E. Laurelin
For tickets and information, visit the Masonic Con website HERE.


1 comment:

  1. So, was Akram Elias pushing his ideas about making Freemasonry co-ed?

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