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Attend Our Annual Meeting Feb 13, 2021

Attend Our Annual Meeting Feb 13, 2021

AnnouncingThe 93rd Annual Meeting of the Philalethes Society Saturday, February 13, 2021 The 2021 meeting will be held over internet conference software rather than in person. To participate please request an invitation from our secretary at terrytilton50@gmail.com. 2021 Annual MeetingThis meeting is open to all Philalethes members and interested persons. Agenda items include officer reports, year-end financials, and 2021 budget recommendations.Guest Speaker: Adam Kendall, MPSHistory and Tradition: The Material Culture of Freemasonry For over three hundred years, Freemasonry’s lessons have inspired elaborate rituals and a complex symbolic language, giving rise to a vibrant industry that once produced an array of...

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2021 Annual Meeting

Details of our 2021 Annual Meeting—to be held over Zoom since Masonic Week has been cancelled—will be announced here very shortly.

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In Memoriam: W. Kirk MacNulty, FPS

The esteemed Masonic author W. Kirk MacNulty passed away in Arlington, Virginia, on November 8, 2020. He was the author of several important books on Freemasonry: The Way of the Craftsman, Freemasonry: A Journey Through Ritual and Symbol, Freemasonry: Symbols, Secrets, Significance, and Contemplating Craft Freemasonry: Working the Way of the Craftsman. W. Kirk MacNulty was born in California in 1932. He studied at Stanford University and the University of Tennessee, and had a career in the United States Marine Corps and in corporate information technology. His interest and involvement in Freemasonry spans more than fifty-five years. He received the...

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In Memoriam: Wallace McLeod, FPS

Wallace McLeod was a Mason, a professor of classics, and a passionate researcher, writer and lecturer on all aspects of Freemasonry who applied his considerable intellectual faculties and great erudition to his work on the history of Freemasonry and its symbolism. He was equally adept at writing and lecturing on the management of the Craft. Early in my Masonic career in Canada, I came to know Wallace and to appreciate his tremendous appeal as a speaker and educator. On a personal level, I found that his great warmth, courtesy, and engaging demeanour drew me to him and encouraged me to...

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