|Masonic Lodge of Research
Friday November 14, 6:30 PM.
Masonic Lodge of Research presents:
Arturo de Hoyos
Brother de Hoyos is Grand Archivist and Grand Historian of the Scottish Rite Research Society, author or contributor to scores of books, and is one of the world's leading athorities on the history, philosophy, symbolisim and purposes of Freemasonry, and has been featured on CNN, ABC, NBC, etc.
The Battle to Control the High Degrees of Freemasonry
in the United States
"I will introduce the high degrees, the attempts made to organize them, and the fights between various groups to claim the rights to certain types of Masonry. There are some stories of conflict, some of which end with remarkable demonstrations of
true Masonic virtue and Brotherly-love."
New Haven Masonic Temple
285 Whitney Ave, New Haven CT.
Dinner, Meet-and-Greet, and book signing at 6:30 PM.
Full gourmet catered dinner cost is $30.00.
Presentation, free and open to the public, at 7:30 PM.
For reservations call David Mason 203-988-8244 or email at
Masonic Lodge of Research
Wednesday May 28, 7:30 PM.
The Danial Carter Beard Masonic Scouting Award
will be presented to W. Br. Seth Strohecker.
Grand Senior Warden Michael Dodge will be on hand to present the award. The award presentation will follow a very short buisness meeting and will be OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
After the Beard award presentation, a new paper: The Corn and The Water Ford will be presented by W. M. David P. Mason and an informal discussion group will folow.
Masonic Lodge of Research
Wednesday March 26, 7:30 PM.
W.·.B.·. Chuck '2.0' Landau
The Secrets of a Master Mason - Freemasonry, Qabalah and Geometry in the Lodge
The Lodge layout, furniture, and ritual are the records in the archives of Freemasonry's esoteric teachings.
These Secrets hide in plain site, and embody the Wisdom of the ancient Rabbis, the Strength of Greek Mathematics and the Beauty of the Enlightenment philosophy of Europe in the 1700.
This slide presentation will question why a four sided Lodge is guarded by only three visible Officers and the North is dark; examine the deliberate misspelling of the Hebrew Name of one of the Twin Pillars; The Theory of Unity that underlies Pythagoras and the Rabbis who wrote the Torah; The meaning of our Tools beyond that explained in the ritual; The placement of the Great Lights and configuration of the apron as the degrees advance; The Biblical systems of Numbers; The Qabalaistic Tree of Life in Creation and mankind; some theories on CHiram and the Mystery of The Widow’s Son; The Names of God; Brother Leonardo and Raphael, Fellowcrafts; and the translation of the Substitute Word from Hebrew.
The Five Points of Fellowship, Grip and Word must be exchanged before you can attend.
Master Masons ONLY.
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The 2012 James Royal Case Fellow
R.·.W.·. Br. TIMOTHY HOGAN
awarded October 19, 2013
at Masonic Lodge of Research.
M.L.R. meets at the Masonic Temple Building, 285 Whitney Ave, New Haven, CT.
The Masonic Lodge of Research is charterd under the Grand Lodge of Connecticut A.F.&A.M. but differs from most Lodges in the state. MLR has only six meetings per year, and does not initiate candidates. Our meetings typically have a short business portion followed by a presentation by a member or guest, or a discussion of Masonic topics.
Any Master Mason in good standing in Connecticut, or any of Grand Jurisdiction recognized by the Grand Lodge of Connecticut A.F.& A.M, is eligible for membership, and is welcome to attend our meetings as a guest.
Some presentations given by Lodge of Research are open to a wider audience, and information about such events will be made available here as they are scheduled.
Many papers published by both the Masonic Lodge of Research and Philosopical Lodge of Research can be viewed for study, personal enrichment or lodge education programs.
Connecticut Masons, log on to the Grand Lodge Masonic Education page with your name and password.(instructions are available on the site)
Link to our sister Lodge, the
Philosophic Lodge of Research