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The History of Collars - Bro. Kevan Schanberger
For most men, a shirt collar is part of an outfit that is used when we wear a necktie or need to “dress up” for an event. And while that may be partially true, the shirt collar has a much deeper meaning. Bro. Kevan Schanberger takes us through the history of collars; from polo shirts to neck armor, to the origins that go back to the ancient Egyptian mystery school.
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Reading Room - The Lost Keys of Freemasonry
The Craftsmen Online Reading Room opening on Sunday, October 29 for a discussion on Manly P. Hall's "The Lost Keys of Freemasonry - Chapter 5." Moderated by RW Bill Edwards and VW Michael LaRocca, our panel of RW Cliff Jacobs and Bro. Jason Short dove into the deeper meanings in this classic, Masonic text. The Craftsmen Online Reading Room is free and open to everyone with an interest in Freemasonry. To get the update on our next event in 2024, visit our website (CraftsmenOnline.com) and subscribe to our newsletter!
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Camp Turk and the Ukrainian Summer Campers - RW Steven Adam Rubin
Camp Turk is a summer camp located on 1,500 acres of beautiful land in Adirondack Park of Upstate New York. The pristine, private spring-fed lake, magnificent property, and impressive facilities offer every imaginable opportunity for summertime fun and lifelong memories. Camp Turk is one of the crown jewels of the Grand Lodge of New York. RW Steven Adam Rubin, Deputy Grand Master of Masons in New York is our special guest this week. He joins us to share a unique Camp Turk experience this summer with Ukrainian campers.
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Subscriber Extra Episode — Bro. Angel Millar
We wanted to share this Subscriber Extra Episode featuring Bro. Angel Millar. Earlier this month, Bro. Angel joined us to talk about the latest publication of the Fraternal Review Magazine. In our Extra talk, Bro. Angel shared his unique personal history and path to Freemasonry, along with steps every Lodge can take to provide a better experience to new members. We hope you enjoy this episode - ad free - and if you choose to support the show: we thank you in advance!
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The Ultimate Masonic Holiday Shopping Show - Bro. Matthew Brockbank
We are sure this is a common problem in your home every Holiday shopping season: what to buy that special or favorite Freemason in your life? Have no fear! Bro. Matthew Brockbank has donned his dad's house jacket to share unique Masonic Gifts for every budget!
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- Wooden Masonic Pen
- Blue Lodge Masonic Quality Heavy Weight Ballpoint Pen Gift Set
- Masonic Lodge Alter Light Bulb (Square and Compass)
- Freemasonry Canvas Shoes
- Freemasonry Masonic Mason Clunky Sneakers, Custom Masonic Sneaker
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- Masonic Skullring
- Masonic Chess Sets
- Hand-Painted Masonic Lambskin Aprons
- Blue Lodge Decanters
- Masonic Wireless LED Car Door Welcome Light Projector
Defending Freemasonry - Dr. Jason Williams
Since the invention of the written word, Freemasonry and Masons have been tasked to defend our Ancient and Gentle Craft. Dr. Jason Williams, author of "Brought to Light," returns to share his insight on the third edition of "Essay on The Mysteries and True Object of The Brotherhood."
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Guarding the West Gate Episode
I am a Master Mason from in Johnstown. I was ecstatic to know that Masters #5 approaches the process the same as we do. Although you have some different methods. Still the same. I have been listening to the podcast for awhile and I love it. Keep up the excellent work. I look forward to more content.
First Rate Podcast !!!
Excellent subject matter and very professional sounding. I am from Indiana and really enjoy being able to hear about New York Masonry. One if my favorite facets of the craft is how we can all be striving for the same end goal but every jurisdiction does it o’ so subtlety different. Keep up the good work brother. Cheers
Look forward to it every week!!