The Masonic Roundtable - Freemasonry Today for Today's Freemasons

The Masonic Roundtable - Freemasonry Today for Today's Freemasons

The Masonic Roundtable is a weekly panel of Masons from around the world who discuss the latest and greatest in Masonic news, events, scholarship, and happenings. Join the conversation!

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November 18, 2022 59 min

Thanksgiving is almost here! What does it mean to serve in an officer capacity? Why do we have Stewards in the first place? What lodge and life lessons should we take away from the concept of stewardship? Let's all be thankful and discuss!

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The Hosts of the Masonic Roundtable are BACK! This week we discuss who was Zerubbabel? After the Blue Lodge degrees, we encounter a new character, both in the Scottish and York Rites, that provides us further moral guidance on our Masonic path. We will delve into the man, the myth, and the legends of Zerubbabel.

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400 Episodes!!! Almost 9 years!! A thousand guest stars, tons of topics, and four hundred episodes of Masonic amazingness! Join us LIVE from the Greensboro Masonic Temple on the eve of Masonic Con South as we celebrate this milestone event!! We will be discussing ALL the THINGS!

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You may have noticed a growing trend of brothers who meditate, either privately, publicly, or even before lodge meetings. Why do they do it? What benefit does meditation have for the regular Mason? We'll explore and share our own personal experiences this week on The Masonic Roundtable!

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Becoming a Mason and having an instant network of brothers you can trust is one of the best parts of the fraternity. Unfortunately, not all men live up to the standards of Masonry and of their fellow brothers. How does one react and adjust when a brother does not live up to our expectations?

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Masonic education for your lodge doesn't have to be an hour-long, fully sourced, and cited research paper. In fact, using this technique, you can create a high-impact, short presentation for your lodge that every Worshipful Master will enjoy. Learn more about a novel technique used in conferences around the globe with examples from the TMR hosts.

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This week, the hosts of the Masonic Roundtable will discuss the highlights of Joe Martinez's jaunt across the pond, focusing on spots of interest to Freemasons, such as the mountain-city of Delphi, the archeological site of Eleusis, and Rosslyn Chapel!

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The Masonic Roundtable is continuing their TMR Alumni month! We continue this series with Knight-emeritus Mike The Intern (or Mike Hambrecht) to chat with us about how things have been going in Hambrecht-land, what he has been up to, and some Astronomy!

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The Masonic Roundtable is continuing their TMR Alumni month! We continue this series with Knight-emeritus Nick Johnson to chat with us about how the concept of the Intellgence Trap, what it is, examples of the same, and how to avoid this!

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This is the beginning of TMR Alumni month! We start off with Knight-emeritus Juan Sepulveda to chat with us about how real Masonic burnout is, why it happens, and what can be done to fix and prevent it!

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Have you ever wanted to know what's inside a Masonic time capsule? What did Freemasons leave behind over a century ago for us to find today? This week we'll be speaking with Bro. Tyler Dunlap, PM of the Lodge of Amity No 5, Ohio, for a peek behind the scenes of how to prepare for a once in a lifetime event...and what they found.

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This week we have the west coast's very Dago Rodriguez to share how awesome the recent SPML Masonicon went, lessons learned, highlights, lowlights, and how his lodge is bringing further light to the Masonic fraternity.

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This week, the hosts of the Masonic Roundtable discuss whether the Freemasons were behind the construction of Georgia's infamous Guidestones, and the intrigue and mystery surrounding this now-demolished structure. You won't want to miss it!

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This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable welcome back our favorite Brother from the North, Nicholas Laine, to discuss the concept of nationalism and its place within Freemasonry.

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This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable discuss if the rumors are true, if Freemasonry is controlling key aspects of the Government, or if they are sitting in the shadows controlling the fate of the entire world. Tune in to find out!

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This week, the hosts of the Masonic Roundtable are joined by Brother Matt Parker as we discuss a very relevant topic in today's heated climate: how to have civil discourse between and among our Brethren!

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This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable discuss the recently held Esotericon 2022 Conference in the D.C. Region with the hosts of the same. What is it, why did it arise, and what does the future hold for this premiere esoteric event!

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This week, the hosts of the Masonic roundtable welcome special guest Wor. Brother Nicholas Laine as they discuss the intersection between artificial intelligence and freemasonry. Could an artificial consciousness ever be qualified to be made a Mason? How could lodges make use of machine learning to better the craft? Tune in for these questions and more!

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This week, the hosts of the Masonic Roundtable open up their third eyes to discuss the pineal gland!

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This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable welcome special guest Brother Chad Kopinski as they discuss the role of thespianism within the Masonic ritual!

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