This Sunday, join us in welcoming Brother Nelson King who is the past President and current Editor of the Philalethes Society. A veteran of Freemasonry, recorded in numerous affiliations from across a wide swath of North American Masonry, Br. King is well known for his public oratory, writing proficiency, and able research.
The Philalethes Society was founded on October 1, 1928, and has published numerous articles by and for its members. For many years it has been voted the best Masonic publication in the world. Its sole purpose is to act as a clearinghouse for Masonic knowledge by exchanging ideas, researching the problems confronting Freemasonry, and relaying them along to the Masonic world.
Our conversation with Brother King will focus on several ares in which are little discussed in wide circles these days including Masonry in Cuba, The Philalathes Society, the state of Masonic research, including the Philalethes, and contemporary research in general.
It should be an illuminating conversation.
Sunday, September 21st at 6pm PST / 9pm EST only on Masonic Central!
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