ГРАДЕЖ: Spreading the Light of Masonic Research No. 218: “What Do You Know About Your Fellow Masonic Brother?” Δ

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Великата ложа на старите свободни и приети зидари в България счита, че като майка на всички регулярни Велики ложи в България, е призвана да дава информация и разяснение относно същината на масонството. По тази причина причина може да достъпите следния градеж на масонска тематика:

Spreading the Light of Masonic Research No. 218:

“What Do You Know About Your Fellow Masonic Brother?” Δ

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Announcement: We are on the road this summer! Our August Stated will be in Chesapeake at Berkley Lodge No. 167. See details at the end of this email.Here is our latest installment of research papers from Virginia Research Lodge No. 1777. If you would like to be added to the list, or have a friend who would like to be on the list, just send me an email or message. This week’s submission is from Rt. Wor. J. Richard Rawls, entitled “What Do You Know About Your Fellow Masonic Brother?” which was presented in Virginia Research Lodge No. 1777 on February 15, 2020 (Our last meeting before COVID hit).

In this talk, the author gave real-world examples of his experience as a Mason, travelling in foreign countries and earning Master’s wages. As a NASA employee, he was in Kazakhstan on September 11th, 2001 and had difficulty getting back to American soil. This talk, although not specifically Masonic, was designed to share one Mason’s life experience, and encouraged other Masons to do the same, to share something about themselves with their Brothers.

If you enjoy these weekly papers, I highly recommend attending one of Virginia’s premier Research Lodges. Hearing a paper presented in person by the author, with the discussion afterwards, is a far superior experience to simply reading it for yourself. Also, there are papers presented in a Research Lodge that will never be made available online.Did you miss a paper? See all previous papers here: http://www.researchlodge.org/Lists/Spreading.