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Whence Came You? - Freemasonry discussed and Masonic research for today's Freemason

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, Esoteric and historical topics are explored and Masonic news is shared. This is Freemasonry for today!

Apr 22, 2019

Join us this week for a deep dive into the origins of the Mystery Religions and Cults of ancient days! In addition to this we also have a great Masonic Minute with ILl. Bro. Steve Harrison. We wrap it all up with a premier interview with Bro. Joe Martinez on the first ever Mid-Atlantic Esoteric-Con. You' don't want to...

Apr 15, 2019

Join us this week as we dive into the symbolism of the Bee! In addition we have a great paper on the Lodge Summons and it's importance and history of use. It's kind of a big deal! App extras include the papers we read. Thanks for listening and have an amazing week!


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Apr 7, 2019

Join us this week for a lesson on the basics of the History of our Masonic Rituals. We also have an opinion piece on memorization of work as well as a piece on the "rights" of a Past Master. Brother Harrison joins us as well for a touching segment of the Masonic Minute!. Do not miss it! App extras include the papers we...

Apr 1, 2019

Join us this week as we dive into a possible connection into what is described as the Lost Legacy of the Craft! Thanks goes out to Atlantis Rising Magazine for allowing us to read this weeks paper on the air! Thanks for listening and have an awesome week!


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Mar 25, 2019

This week we explore the working tool of the Level. What does it truly signify? Just being no better than anyone else? Or is it deeper? We also have Ill. Bro. Harrison who stops by with a wonderful segment this week on a pipe organ lost during World War II. We wrap it up with a pice on the two parallel lines, or...