Site Map - Click On Links Below
US | THE
MASONIC VOICE JOURNAL | THE WESLEY KNOWLEDGE BASE | MEMBERS ONLY
Unveiling of the Royal Arch Standards
For those Royal Arch Masons from jurisdictions that use the four and
twelve Tribes of the Children of Israel on their standards, this
lecture by David L. Gray may be of some interest. It details the
intimate connection that these standards has with the four fixed signs
of the zodiac, and how each systems is correct in its' own right.
The Royal Arch Banners
This paper was complied by Companion Mike Raynor and it talks about
the meaning of the Royal Arch Banners and the reasons for the devices
as well as the Esoteric meanings in Chapter, also the Parents of
Jacob's sons. The Unveiling of the Royal Arch Standards and this one
compliment each other perfectly.
The Unveiling of the
This paper by David L. Gray, talks about the possible hidden meaning
and symbols behind the S&C and the Royal Arch Emblem. It is
written in general layman format so anyone should be able to follow.
The Colors of the
This short talk covers the symbolism behind the colors of blue, red
and purple and their relationship to the 12 Tribes and the Royal Arch
Emblem. This is a good paper to use in conjunction with my "The
Unveiling of the Triangle" and "The Unveiling of the Royal
Gomer, Oz, Dabar
This essay by David L. Gray addresses the numeric/esoteric value of
the Masonic Letter "G", and why it is the perfect letter to
be situated in any lodge. Here is a link to a more historical account
of the Masonic Letter "G".
In this short essay by David L. Gray, the Master takes his Apprentice
on a walk through the meadows and they talk about the Absolute Working
This short lecture by David L. Gray unveils the symbolism about the
Public and Private Grand Honors of the American Rite.
The Royal Arch Myth
Freemasonry uses many fictional stories to convey to us a hidden
virtue. In this lecture by David L. Gray, another myth is unraveled
The First Black Freemason
If John Pine (born 1690, died 1756) was not the first Negro made a
Freemason in England he was not far behind. He was a member of the
lodge at Globe Tavern, Morgate in 1725 where his name was spelled
'Pyne'. The Paper was collected by Bro. Kenneth Gibala from
Professor Paul Rich is Titular Professor of International Relations
and History at the University of the Americas - This page of his site
contains research papers on various subjects of Freemasonry. I'm sure
you'll find them educational.
TracingBoard.COM is a exciting and fresh site. It provides information
relative to our Masonic Order that was previously not to be found
online and they also have current research projects going on. This
site is definetely a new jewel in the Masonic Online Community.
Events in History
This page is part of the website of Bridgeport Lodge No. 181 in Ohio.
This page breaks the History of Freemasonry down into many periods and
within those periods gives the dates and summary of many significant
The Charges of a Free Mason
Commonly called Anderson's Constitutions or Ancient Constitutions -
these charges should be read and understood by new Freemason and
frequently ready by the Master of the Lodge to his craft.
Associations, Fraternal Orders and Freemasonry
M.W. Frater Dr. Claude Brodeur IXo, SRIC of the Societas Rosicruciana
in Canada examines what inner drives, what environmental pressures and
what historic events have made it desirable for men to form fraternal
associations in the past.
Advanced Thoughts in Freemasonry, is a cheap way to describe this
site. Get ready to pull out all your Masonic Reference books, just to
follow along with these Papers.
MASTERing the Art of Learning Ritual
Bro. Graeme J Beresford offers sound advice on technique in
Amazingly, over 5,600 files online to read. All readable with your
online broswer. This is a one stop site to pick up something to read
at your Lodge meeting or just to sit down or print out and read for
your own growth and development.
Masonic Letters , Speeches & Writings
This site has nearly thirty interesting and very well put together
writings on the subject of Freemasonry. It is hosted by The Scottish
Rite Masonic Center of Lake Worth.
This site doesn't seem to connect very fast from the U.S.A., but once
you finally do - The time spent waiting and looking at your computer
screen all becomes worthwhile. Zenit has many essays and lengthy
papers on Freemasonry, Symbols, Hermeticism and Esoterism. Italian and
English are the languages that are available on this site.
One More Time Please is a Masonic Ezine. This link will connect you
directly to a collection of Masonic Articles that were published in it
at one time. These articles are very well research and worthy of being
read by all Freemasons.
Lodge of Research No. 34
Masonic Music, Links, Online Message Forum, and many Masonic Lectures
is what this site is composed of. Torrione Castle Lodge of Research
seems to take Freemasonry and their Website seriously.
The Temple Mount in
This site has numerous papers that talk about the History of Jerusalem
and Temple Mount, along with the problems locating the temple site,
the location of the first and second temples, and the hidden secrets
of the Temple Mount.
Quest (Reflections on metaphysics, science, religion and spirtuality)
This Site covers a multitude of topics thus far and looks to provide
many more in the future. These topics range from directly Masonic in
nature to dealing with our Kindred Sciences. Very well researched
Many articles in three different languages are available to students
of the craft. Also while you're there, you might want to take a few
moments to subscribe to their newsletter. It's great!
Freemasonry in the
This rich article outlines the relationship and the history that the
Masonic Fraternity has had in the Middle East.
Freemasonry in Jerusalem
This Paper is very detailed, organized, and extensive. It concerns The
Origin and Fate of the Temples at Jerusalem.
This site includes: A Master Mason Dictionary, Graphics (CD and to
download), Masonic Books, Past Master Education, Prince Hall
information, Masonic Chatroom, Poems, and general information on
Freemasonry and its members and more.
- A Kindred Science to Freemasonry
50 megabytes (thousands of pages) of information on alchemy in all its
facets. Divided into 1200 sections and providing thousands of pages of
text, over 1500 images, 180 complete alchemical texts, extensive
bibliographical material on the printed books and manuscripts,
numerous articles, introductory and general reference material on
Brother Tatenn Ra
Brother Tatenn Ra is the Thrice Potent Master of Solomon Lodge of
Perfection #1 AASR, and member of Gibraltar Lodge #150 PHA Oklahoma
City, OK. He provides us with Five (5) Short but very enlightening
Masonic District of New Jersey Library
Their little Masonic library contains articles, references, and
materials that they have read, written or benefitted from in our daily
walks as a man, and as Freemasons.
Brother Dennis Stocks
A series of essays by Freemason Dennis Stocks concerning the history
of Freemasonry, Anti-Freemasonry, Russian Freemasonry, and an indepth
look at the Jack the Ripper murders.
Ancient, Earnest, Secret and
A interesting article by Richard Brookhiser from Civilization
Magazine, 1 Aug 1996.
The Order of the Temple
This short essay concerns the origin of Knight Templarism in Prince
Hall Freemasonry, and it also has some interesting tid-bits about
Templarism in general. This article was research by PEC James A. D.
Grimes of Boone Commandery #27 PHA, Dayton, Ohio.
Nelson King, FPS
Nelson King is the Editor and Former President of The Philalethes
Society. The link will connect you with some of his Papers and Essays
Phylaxis notes are created by the Phylaxis Society and basically cover
recent events that has occured in the craft. Enjoy!
Online Masonic Homepage
Several different lectures, on a variety of topics.
Anti-Masonry Frequently Asked Questions
This site provides well founded rebuttles to just about all
Anti-Masonic Statements & Articles that you can find on the
internet, in books and journals. These Anti-Masonic Documents always
prove to be "One-Sided" and very "Un-Researched".
A very well compiled site. It gives several well documented lectures
on a vast expanse of subjects about certain aspects in various Masonic
The Gnosis Archive
Index of WWW Resources on Gnosticism and Religion. Very nice starting
point for studies into our kindred sciences.
Masonic Wedding Ceremony
Delivered in the Victorian Lodge of Research by Kent Henderson, Past
Grand Sword Bearer - on July 23 1993. When we add the word Masonic to
the occasion, what emotions are then aroused? Incredulity mostly, I'd
suggest. Most Masons, at least in this country, have never heard of
such a thing. Indeed, most would immediately think - how could such be
possible? Is not a wedding a religious occasion, and as such how can
you have a Masonic wedding in our organization which is neither a
religion or a substitute for a religion? Surely a wedding is for the
church, not for the Masonic Temple?
This page is linked from the North Carolina Grand Lodge Site. It has
many short talks from the Masonic Service Association of North
America, as well as some short talks from other sources. All of these
short talks are well written and cover some fun Masonic topics.
Northwestern University 18th Century Studies
This site has a small series of papers that look at Freemasonry and
more especially Freemasonry amongst Women.
Sacred Text Archive
This site could easily answer or aid you in answering any question you
may have about Traditional, Western or Eastern Religions. VERY