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Masonic Central

Summary: Masonic Central - the pod cast for Freemasons by Freemasons. This show is a weekly talk show on the wide world of all things Masonic, from movies and books to academia and notables. The goal of the program is to create a heightened awareness of the venerable institution. If your looking to learn more about Freemasonry, then Masonic Central is the right place to be.

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 Br. John Nagy, author of Building Hiram | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:00:00

Author of the book "Building Hiram" is a feast for any Mason wanting to embark on an most Uncommon Masonic Education. "Building Hiram - Uncommon Catechism for Uncommon Masonic Education" is 12 unique catechisms designed to bring about a deeper understanding of the connections provided throughout the three degree rituals, lectures, and catechisms. Intended to be read one chapter at a time over the course of a year to elicit discussion and reflection on the degrees and their meaning. Join us as we talk with Br. Nagy and talk about the how this book came about and why its so important to Masonry today. And, if were not careful, we may learn a thing or two...

 Martin Faulks on Lewis Masonic Publishing | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:00:00

This week on Masonic Central, we have the chance to talk to Martin Faulks who is the colorful and vibrant marketing director of Lewis Masonic publishing. Join us as we welcome him to the program to talk about the Masonic publishing business (and Lewis Masonic), English Masonry, his work with Lewis and the art of esoteric literature, and life as the "Masonic Ninja". Lewis Masonic was founded in 1801, and is the largest and oldest Masonic publisher in the world. Well-known to the English Freemasons, Lewis produces many of the ritual books used by United Grand Lodge of England lodges and Holy Royal Arch Chapters. Lewis is today opening up shop here in the American market with a new on line store featuring their exciting collection. you can find the U.S. store at Its sure to be a fun conversation and insightful in all things Masonic with maybe a bit of conversation about ninja throwing stars...

 Br. Peter Millheiser - Editor of the Hibiscus Masonic Review journal | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:00:00

Join us as we meet and talk to Br. Peter Millheiser who is the editor of the Hibiscus Masonic Review from the Hibiscus Lodge No. 275 in Coral Gables Florida. As the editor, Peter is the Masonic education chair, of the Hibiscus Shrine Fellowship Club, that publishes a quarterly journal of Masonic interest papers. Our discussion will focus on various topics of education, the Review Journal, Hibiscus Lodge, and the driving concept behind it.


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