Magic Lanterns: Illuminating the Teachings of Freemasonry

In the early 19th century, many Masonic lodges utilized magic lanterns to help candidates better understand the allegory and symbolism presented in Freemasonry’s degrees. We explore the history of magic lanterns in our latest blog. Read more

Winston Churchill: A Man of Destiny

A writer, soldier, Prime Minister of England and Freemason, Winston Churchill remains a matchless, venerated figure in world history. Read more

The Masonic Meaning Behind Coolidge’s ‘Riding the Goat’

Is the famous painting by Cassius Coolidge’s a simple joke between Brothers or does it reveal the secrets of an important Masonic ritual? Read more

The Meaning Behind the Masonic Letter “G”

Deriving from the Hebrew letter Gimmel, the Letter “G” harbors special meaning within the fraternity of Freemasonry. Read more

Sporting Gold Pt. II: More Masonic Athletes

The history of Freemasonry is rich with accomplished Brothers, including many famous athletes. Learn about famous Masonic athletes on our blog. Read more

Masonic Presidents & Vice Presidents

From the Founding Fathers to Gerald Ford, many vice presidents and presidents were also proud Freemasons. Read more

Masonic Youth Groups: Instilling Masonic Values in the Next Generation

Freemasonry's mission of creating a better world through the promotion of our core values begins not at the blue lodge, but at one of our three Masonic youth groups. Learn more about Freemasonry's youth-oriented organizations in our blog. Read more

Among the Stars: Freemason Astronauts

From Buzz Aldrin to John Glenn, many notable astronauts and American heroes also belong to the world’s oldest fraternity. Read more

3 Common Sayings Born From Freemasonry

Did you know that many Americans use words all the time that have their roots in Freemasonry? These terms did not become commonplace overnight, and the stories of their integration into the everyday American’s vocabulary further illustrate the influence Masonry has had on our culture. Read more