Sunday, August 28th, 2016

Ravens and Sheep

Written by J. Mitchell

Granted, this is just personal opinion, but having spent this weekend unwilling brought into the argument, I have to get this off my chest… when attempting to develop a program for Masonic education, always aim for Brothers to become etically informed emicists. That said, the emicist can be educated, corrected if you will. The eticist […]

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

What Ever You Can Do, I Can Do Better

Written by J. Mitchell

Yesterday I was clever and I tried to change Freemasonry. Today I am wise, and I try to change myself.

Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

Erroneous Esoteric Errata

Written by J. Mitchell

First, there is no such animal as esoteric Masonry. There is simply Masonry. Masonry, as an Initiatory tradition, is by definition esoteric. But never come to believe there are esoteric masonry, knife and fork masonry, historic masonry, etc… Masonry is above all singular; there is only Masonry. Second, confusing esoteric Masonry (as such) with the […]

Sunday, May 22nd, 2016

Architecture, Agriculture, and Mankind

Written by J. Mitchell

  The two most profound impacts on human life and thought have been Agriculture and Architecture. Both originated in the physical necessity of man but later became the first examples of man’s spiritual aspirations and the applications of both his faith and reason. More specifically, Freegardeners and Freemasons, as speculative societies, focus on the later. […]

Thursday, October 22nd, 2015

Meeting on the Level, Parting on the Square

Written by J. Mitchell