Greg Stewart, Masonic Traveler

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In podcast episode 96, Greg Stewart joins us to discuss Freemasonry. In addition to being a Master Mason, Royal Arch Mason, and 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason; he’s also the author of Masonic Traveler and the e-book What is Freemasonry? In addition, Brother Stewart is the co-host of Masonic Central podcast and the proprietor of the Freemason Information web site.

Masonic Traveler by Greg Stewart

Our conversation begins as Bro. Stewart describes his experience in Freemasonry. We then delve into the reasons and intentions behind his internet endeavors and e-book.

First Degree Tracing Board by Greg Stewart

Then we talk about the relationship between Freemasonry and other Western esoteric traditions, along the way discussing initiation and the inner journey of discovery that the Craft facilitates.

Second Degree Tracing Board by Greg Stewart

In the Occult of Personality Membership Section, Greg Stewart and I further discuss Freemasonry, especially in regards to anti-Masonry, neo-Templarism,  Masonic history and allegory, and much more. Join us for that fascinating conversation!

Masonic Traveler: Essays and Commentary by Greg Stewart

Masonic Traveler web site

Freemason Information

Masonic Central podcast

Masonic Traveler blog

What is Freemasonry? by Greg Stewart

Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry by Albert Pike

intro music by HipGnosis and “The Dying, Magic Fire” by William Zeitler

outro music – “Under the Northern Lights” by Chrisy Pusey

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  • Charles Frith December 26, 2010, 4:24 PM

    I read, listen and watch more internet content than anyone I know. It’s 4am, I’m in the tropics and the mosquitos are hanmering me so I woke up from the bites and trying to return to sleep hit the play button on your podcast which I fell asleep to the first time round within seconds because I thought it was pedestrian.

    OK. I was wrong. You’re nuts, funny and tap dancing across the line of genius. I don’t even really care about the Freemasons. Let’s see if that changes.

    • rochester92 December 27, 2010, 2:36 PM

      Charles – Well … I’m at a loss for words and not sure exactly how to respond except to say thank you. I’m grateful that you listened, enjoyed it, and took the time to comment. I’m also curious to hear what you think of some of the other episodes.

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