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This is a podcast which is for Freemasons and anyone who wants to know more about Freemasonry. Hosted by Robert Johnson, a member of several appendant bodies within Freemasonry. The show features a weekly episode where Masonic papers are read and discussed, famous Freemasons are explored and Masonic news is shared. Freemasonry for today.
 
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Freemasonry in seven minutes or less!

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Freemasonry in seven minutes or less!

freemasonry.in.seven@gmail.com, Dr Christopher Earnshaw and Matthew Evans

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Welcome to Freemasonry in seven minutes or less where I, Matthew Evans, ask Dr. Christopher Earnshaw, the author of the Spiritual Freemasonry series, all manner of questions relating to Freemasonry. Covering all aspects of the craft, from the early years to pre-history, operative to speculative, from the moral to the arcane and everything else in between, we aim to do so in under 7 minutes so you can make a daily advance in your masonic learning on your commute, drinking a coffee or during w ...
 
What is Freemasonry? Are the Freemasons really a Secret Society? How can the Masonic Journey transform a good man into a better man? The honorable fraternity of Freemasonry has endured for centuries and has been present in some of the greatest moments in modern history. What sets Masons apart from an ordinary man? The answer to these and many questions are explained in this Masonic Podcast. Created by a Master Mason for Masons and those interested in knowing more about Masonry and the Art of ...
 
The Masonic Radio Theatre is a both a tribute to Freemasonry and a throwback to the radio dramas of the past. Recorded in the highest quality, yet made to sound as if they were broadcast in the 1930s, the Masonic Radio theatre is sure to captivate your attention while solidifying your love of Freemasonry.
 
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Did you know that if you belong to a group or organization that plans to overthrow the government by force or coercion, you can’t become a Freemason? Is Freemasonry a Patriotic organization. What does Freemasonry teach us about loyalty to your country? Let’s explore the relationship between Freemasonry and Patriotism in this episode of TWS Equipmen…
 
The Holiday of July 4th, Independence Day, is upon us. A holiday that has its roots and foundations in the ideas of freedom, liberty, and more. We’ll explore what writer and philosopher Thomas Payne had to say about American independence. We’ll then explore what Freemasonry has to do during its ritual work with the idea of freedom. We'll talk about…
 
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable discuss if the rumors are true, if Freemasonry is controlling key aspects of the Government, or if they are sitting in the shadows controlling the fate of the entire world. Tune in to find out!Door Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
It is said that Freemasons part upon the square. If we recognize the symbolism of the Square, we will recognize that this means that Masons behave virtuously in their walking through life. In order for us to walk uprightly through life, extending our kindness and acting with virtue, it is important that we are clear about which virtues we are to ex…
 
This week, we’re talking about the fate of the Knights Templar. What happened in 1129 CE and then in 1307? We’ll follow this up with a look at a group that came before the Knight Templar, the Cathars, and then we will follow it up with a piece on the Merovingians. In a three-part series composed by Kristine Wilson-Slack, she explores all three of t…
 
This week, the hosts of the Masonic Roundtable are joined by Brother Matt Parker as we discuss a very relevant topic in today's heated climate: how to have civil discourse between and among our Brethren!Door Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
Improving Masonic education should be a top priority for every Lodge leader. But how does one go about making the Masonic learning experience better for our Brethren? In this episode of The Winding Stairs Freemasonry Podcast, we have a conversation with Justin Taylor Jones and Dennis Yates from Masonic Improvement about their effort to improve Maso…
 
This week, we look at why a Masonic “Lodge” is also referred to as a “temple” and why it's not called a temple anymore or is it? In this philosophical look at the Temple versus Lodge debate, we’ll take apart both terms and see what they mean and how they are interchangeable and maybe not interchangeable--within the greater umbrella of Freemasonry. …
 
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable discuss the recently held Esotericon 2022 Conference in the D.C. Region with the hosts of the same. What is it, why did it arise, and what does the future hold for this premiere esoteric event!Door Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
The Lewis Jewel commemorates the long legacy of fathers and son who share a common bond with our Fraternity. Imagine having to lift and reposition hundreds or thousands of stones The Lewis is a tool used by operative masons to facilitate the lifting and positioning of heavy stones. It is a strong yet simple design that serves as the connection betw…
 
This week--for immediate release--Information on the brand new and upcoming South Pasadena Masonic Con event happening this July. Who will be there? Where can you get the tickets? And what's included? Then, we'll take a deep dive into a three-part series on ancient Egyptian Religion --from creation to administration to the variance that exists from…
 
This week, the hosts of the Masonic roundtable welcome special guest Wor. Brother Nicholas Laine as they discuss the intersection between artificial intelligence and freemasonry. Could an artificial consciousness ever be qualified to be made a Mason? How could lodges make use of machine learning to better the craft? Tune in for these questions and …
 
In order for a structure to be soundly built, it has to rest upon a solid level foundation. Otherwise, the higher it rises, the more unstable it becomes. In Freemasonry, we stand before our Brothers as an Upright Man and are instructed to act as such. Today, we will discuss what it means to be an upright man. What does it mean to act by the proverb…
 
This week, do words have the power to manifest your individual or group realities? Watch your thoughts--they become words! We’ll look at the topic in an article on the power of the spoken word in Freemasonry. Then, a quick message from the WCY Podcast on this special month. Finally, we'll wrap it up with a short interview with RWB:. Alex Powers, al…
 
What does it mean to meet on the level? It means that regardless of your economic, social, or religious background when you meet with other Brothers, you are equals. As Freemasons, we are called to regard the entirety of the human race as One Family. Therefore, whether we are meeting at Lodge, or out in the world employing our usual vocations, we a…
 
This week, we have the author of a four-part series of books. In it, a fictional character, Brother Deacon, a larger-than-life Freemason, extols lessons in Masonic philosophy through stories considered by many to be the contemporary version of the old Claudy Tyler Talks. We’ll talk with Brother James “Chris” Williams and find out why he wrote the b…
 
What do Masons get out of traveling Masonically. In other words, what does a Freemason gain from visiting other Lodges and other Masonic Jurisdictions in their travels. The short answer is, A LOT! On this episode of The Winding Stairs, we invite you to hop aboard a car with three Brothers and find out for yourself what Masons get out of Masonic Tra…
 
This week, we talked with a Brother of the Jewish faith about his particular experience in Freemasonry. Is Freemasonry compatible with Judaism? What's it like to join a fraternity that's overwhelmingly Christian, which uses a Jewish text as the foundation for the allegory and being Jewish In the fraternity? This week, we're talking to Brother Sean …
 
Our stated meetings don't have a reputation for being the most amazing in the world. Honestly, sometimes our meetings resemble more a HOA meeting than anything else. But it doesn't have to be that way. Our Fraternity has a long tradition of bestowing the meetings with elements of solemnity and ritual that have the potential of leaving a positive im…
 
This week, how can we adjust our lives to be more Masonic, and connect with the people around us? Is the answer truly in putting down our phones and electronics? Are they truly a plague upon modern mankind? We’ll explore this idea in a piece by Darin A. Lahners, where he lays out many of the significant issues with mental health and our dependence …
 
Hey Juan, where have you been? You may have been wondering why hasn't there been an episode of The Winding Stairs Freemasonry Podcast in such a long time. Did I hang up my Masonic Apron? Did I turn in my Masonic Regalia and walked away from the Fraternity? In short, No. I never left. In this candid episode, I open up about why I took an extended hi…
 
This week, we get a rundown of what happened at the Midwest Conference of Masonic Education, 2022, in Kansas City, MO. What were some of the ideas passed around from state education officer to state education officer regarding best practices and discoveries within the realm of Masonic education? Then we'll hear, from Greg Knott, who tells us about …
 
This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable discuss the various categories of cognitive biases, and how we can work to recognize and limit them in conversations, arguments, and rhetorical exercises!Door Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
This week, is there value in the rubbish of the temple? What do those less than perfect stones do for us for the rest of our lives? Could they be lessons preparing us for future obstacles? Then we'll hear a response from a festive board regarding the 47th problem of Euclid. At a recent festive board, one Brother brings a personal touch to his 47th …
 
This week, the hosts of the Masonic Roundtable are joined by Brother Jacob Thompson to discuss all the new and updated happenings concerning education in the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry!Door Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
This week, how critical is the idea of an individual degree and an individual catechism to the future of Freemasonry? We’ll explore a piece by William H. Boyd in which he outlines the several reasons why the future of the Craft depends on the practice of individual degrees and catechisms. Then, we'll talk about the investigation committee and the c…
 
This week, the hosts of the Masonic Roundtable are joined by Brother Robert Marshall to discuss the concept of Death in Freemasonry, certain symbols alluding to death and rising again, and what exactly is the thing that is dying in our rituals?Door Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
This week, we wrap up the contemporary look at Whither Are We Traveling with part 11 of Darin A. Lahner's series. Are there not too many well-meaning Brethren working overtime to make Freemasonry something other than Freemasonry? Should we abandon free will and accord? Should we take positions on public issues of the day? Go all out for materialism…
 
This week, Whither Are We Traveling? (Pt 10) and Worshipful Brother Darin A. Lahners' contemporary examination of the text. Hasn't the so-called 'century of the common man' contributed to making our fraternity a little too common? Is it so easy for anybody to join Freemasonry? And what happens when common men become part of our uncommon fraternity?…
 
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