My Masonic Education: 6/16/15

What am I reading, listening to, and working on right now?

Masonic Education

My Masonic Education is going to be short this week, as I’m getting ready to take my sons to their mother’s for the summer. I haven’t done much education this last week aside from listening to the occasional TMR podcast and finishing up Forms and Traditions of the Scottish Rite by C. Fred Kleinknecht, 33° while waiting for my next installments of the Master Craftsman courses to arrive.

Yesterday, they arrived!

Module 2 Begins

So, you can see what I’ll be reading and working on this week!

Also, I’ll be attending the St. John’s Day Feast at Culver City Foshay Lodge #467 this Friday. I’m very excited, as this lodge is known to be esoteric and traditional in observance. If you are in the area, please join me.

As for what I’m working on. I just finished an interesting through experiment that will be posted on this blog tomorrow. Please look for it. Until then, have a wonderful day.

If you are interested in contributing, please send me an email. I welcome any contributions from brothers fresh from the quarry.

2 comments

  1. Have you found MC to be a worthwhile course? The cost is extremely affordable and I’ve considered doing it once I obtain MM but I honestly don’t know much about it. I have read through the information on the website and it seems great judging by the limited info there.

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    • Definitely, bro. I’ve only completed the first modules for MCI and III, so take that as you will. I wanted the books anyway and it was cheaper to get DeHoyo’s Rituals with MCI, so I figured, “Why not?” I’m a graduate student, so I’m used to having assigned reading, completing it and applying the knowledge I’ve learned, so the correspondence course is ideal. It keeps somewhat accountable. MCIII is on the blue lodge symbolism through Pike’s perspective. MCI is on the Scottish Rite degrees. I recommend both, they provide much valuable information. Even if you do not join Scottish Rite or have no interest in it, it’s very interesting to go through the history and the degrees just for that extra light it provides. S&F, J!

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