The Magpie Mason is a niche internet microcelebrity who writes, with occasional flashes of superficial cleverness, about Freemasonry’s current events and history; literature and art; philosophy and pipe smoking.
He is a Past Master who tiles Publicity Lodge 1000 and attends at the altar of The American Lodge of Research, both in New York City. He is a past president of the Masonic Society, which you should join now.
For the second time in two weeks, the Master of my lodge called on me to lead an educational discussion for the brethren.
This is a very singular occurrence! Publicity Lodge actually didn’t hold an in-person meeting last night, opting instead for a Zoom gathering as New York City adjusts to the latest virus variant. (Only a few of us seem to understand how these variants will vary in perpetuity, so we might as well resume normalcy, but that’s another story.)
Because my talk on mindfulness exercise last month on St. John’s Day went over okay, I thought I should double down and dust off my old presentation on the Pot of Incense as a Masonic symbol…
Masonic Blogs – A Band of Brotherhood This is one of the most poignant and important Masonic lodge websites I have found whilst researching this series – not only does it address the usual formalities for those wishing to know more about Freemasonry and offering the opportunity to join, it embodies the true spirit of Freemasonry – Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth.
Masonic Blogs - Vox Hermes Not strictly a 'Masonic' blog but one of great value to Esoteric Freemasons – written by Mark Stavish, the author of 'The Path of Freemasonry: The Craft as a Spiritual Practice'.
Masonic Blogs - Metropolitan Study Group SRIA London is the online resource created by the SRIA Province of Greater London. This Province consists of the Metropolitan College, London College of Adepts, and the Metropolitan Study Group. We are part of the Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia, the world's oldest independent order of Rosicrucian Freemasons.
Masonic Blogs - Universal Co-Masonry Possibly one of the most thought-provoking blogs dedicated to Freemasonry for men and women is to be found on the website of Universal Co-Masonry . There are a wealth of subjects authored by a host of superb contributors
Masonic Blogs - Ahab's Adventures Geeg Wiles, Master Mason and the caretaker of Captain Ahab, a three-foot-tall, forty-pound, bright yellow fisherman / wannabe pirate, who has been also accepted by our brother masons to help with LOIs and other educational needs of our fraternity.
Masonic Blogs - El Francmasón In this month's issue we look at the news website and blog of El Francmasón – a digital newspaper for Spanish-speaking Freemasons.
Masonic Blogs - The Magpie Mason The Magpie Mason is a niche internet microcelebrity who writes, with occasional flashes of superficial cleverness, about Freemasonry’s current events and history; literature and art; philosophy and pipe smoking.
Masonic Blogs - Scottish Rite Northern Jurisdiction We take a look around the web site for the Scottish Rite Northern Jurisdiction, who have created the 'Not Just A Man. A Mason' marketing campaign to help our entire Masonic community. An inspirational site for masonic marketers looking for video ideas.
Masonic Blogs - The Invisible Lodge Did you know that there is an Association just for Masonic Magicians? The Invisible Lodge The Honorary Association of Masonic Magicians at Work Under the Jurisdiction of the Known and Unknown World
Masonic Blogs - Rocky Mountain Mason At The Square we actively seek out other interesting, thought-provoking magazines, websites, blogs, writers, books/products, and other creative endeavours - our mission is the sharing of Masonic knowledge to all Freemasons across the globe.
Masonic Blogs - El Blog del Masón An informative and densely-packed source of Masonic knowledge, we explore the world of El Blog del Masón - one of the best current Spanish Masonic blogs.
Masonic Blogs - Masoneria Antigua Masoneria Antigua - A Spanish blog dedicated to ancient Masonry, its origins, rituals and meaning, as well as Freemasonry in general, hosted by Masonic author and translator Alberto Moreno.