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    Posted: December/27/2008 at 8:12pm
I thought it might be nice to start listing some resources (links) for those that are interested in Masonic education and/or research. I'll start with a few:
 
 
 
 
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The Grand Lodge of Iowa Masonic Library and Museum is one of the most extensive masonic collections in the United States.
http://www.gl-iowa.org/library.html
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Originally posted by chriswitt chriswitt wrote:

The Grand Lodge of Iowa Masonic Library and Museum is one of the most extensive masonic collections in the United States.
http://www.gl-iowa.org/library.html


What can be accessed online and read? I didn't find anything.
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Some of my links from my Bookmarks, but not all of them.

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Masonic Dictionary | Your Daily Lesson In Masonic Education | www.masonicdictionary.com

MasonicDictionary.com has been designed as an online repository of information on Freemasonry for Masons and those interested in Masonic subject matters. It is our hope that this web site will assist you in your research into Freemasonry..

FREEMASONS | PS Review Freemasonry | Free Masons Ezine

Freemasons Magazine written by Master Free Masons, History Freemasonry, Freemasonry Symbols, Masonic Books, Freemasons' Research Papers, Freemasons Secrets

The Masonic Trowel

Phoenixmasonry, Inc.

Index of Essays and Papers

The Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon Ancient Free and Accepted Masons website contains philosophy, symbolism and history textfiles, print-quality graphics, biographies, international links and local information.

The Builder Magazine 1915 - 1930 - Published by the National Masonic Research Society

Web Index

The United Grand Lodge of England - Home Page

Freemasons’ Hall – book exclusive use of this stunning, historic art deco Masonic building for corporate events. Based in London, England, Freemasons’ Hall 60 Great Queen Street Holborn WC2B 5AZ

Commission on Bogus Masonry

Research into Prince Hall Masonry and Freemasonry in general.

PHA - UGLE

History of PHA Masonry

Fighting... Maybe for Freedom, but probably not

Experience life in the 18th century at America's largest outdoor history museum

The Lewis Jewel Information Page

The Pigpen/Masonic Cipher

Solomon's Temple

Cherubim and Angels in Solomon's Temple Sanctuary | Tales of King Solomon at KingSolomonLegend.com

Description of the spiritual entities, Cherubim or Angels, in Solomon's Jerusalem Temple Sanctuary. Part of the King Solomon Legend tales and stories at King Solomon Legend.

The compasses in illustration and art

The Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon Ancient Free and Accepted Masons website contains philosophy, symbolism and history textfiles, print-quality graphics, biographies, international links and local information.

Fighting... Maybe for Freedom, but probably not

Experience life in the 18th century at America's largest outdoor history museum

Freemasonry and Islam: What do they share? | TDG - Science, Magick, Myth and History

"FREEMASONRY AND ISLAM: WHAT DO THEY SHARE? " FAHIM A. KNIGHT INTRODUCTION The topic of Freemasonry is a vast and complex subject, it encroaches on the history and culture of every past, present society and undoubtedly it will even impact

A Biblical Look at the Lodge

St Lawrence the Martyr

The Key of Solomon (Clavicula Salomonis) edited by S. Liddell MacGregor Mathers

Key of Solomon, the most famous of Grimoires, or handbooks of magic.

The secret Solomon key and seal

Sacred Name of God YHVH YHWH Tetragrammaton Yahveh Yahweh Yeshuah Yashuah Yahushuah

Why was the Sacred Name YHVH (YHWH) removed from the Scriptures? - 7000 times in the Old Testament and 1000 times in the New Testament?

MasonicWorld.com

This is a page for Freemasons or those interested in Masonry. Sections: education, dictionary, Prince Hall, CD to purchase, test, and much more...

POINT WITHIN A CIRCLE

Masonic images

The Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon Ancient Free and Accepted Masons website contains philosophy, symbolism and history textfiles, print-quality graphics, biographies, international links and local information.

mental_floss magazine - Current Issue

Everything you need to feel smart again.

The Chinon Parchment: were the Knights Templar pardoned?

Latin language and its vicinities. Various aspects of the ancient language's impact on modern culture: Latin quotes, sayings, aphorisms, book reviews, Latin motto generator, ideas for personalized engravings. Additional materials for learning Latin (Classical and Ecclesiastical), as well as Greek and Romance languages.

Christian Fundamentalism and Freemasonry

 




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Here is a new one to me that I just recently came across:

http://www.freemasonry.dept.shef.ac.uk/

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Here's a link for the London based Canonbury Masonic Research Centre

http://www.canonbury.ac.uk/

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Masonic Lodge of Education
 
http://www.masonic-lodge-of-education.com






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I would also suggest http://www.dmoz.org/Society/Organizations/Fraternal/Freemasonry/ for Masonic research of all kinds.  It's part of the DMOZ Open Directory Project.
 
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WOW, there is alot of knowledge in here! I am so fascinated by the "Magic Square"......taking that one to my next study hall!

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I just pop into the Masonic Society, am I surprised.  I know some of these guys.  John L Cooper III is Past Grand Lodge Secretary and Allen L Cassalou is now Grand Lodge Secetary.  Adam G. Kendall works at Grand Lodge, Michael L. Sellick is Secretary to the Valley of Sacramento Scottish Rite and a Past Master of Capital City Lodge No. 499.  (my taller halves lodge).
    Last Wednesday we had a Masonic Open House at the Scottish Rite and Allen did a power point presentation entitled "On the Level"  It was excellant.  Several non masons were there, and at the end of the program Allen called for questions.  We had quite a few and Allen as well as two of our favorite PGMs answered them.
     The way "On the Level" was presented, it looks as if it can be geared toward any lodge or area of lodges, so that it can be specific to your needs.  This event was sponcered by Sacramento Area Lodges, Sacramento Scottish Rite and Sacramento York Rite.  We also had representatives from the National Sojourners, Shrine, the ladies Affliliated bodies, Jobs Daughters, & DeMolay. 
     I found it ironic that this is the very same type of program I have been trying to get our Masonic Family area interested in doing for the several years, but because the idea was being put forth by dare I say it (heaven forbid a pettycoat might have a good idea to benefit Masonry) no one in the lodges would give me the time of day.  Sorry I do get a little tired of it. 
     It was an excellant program, and coming from Grand Lodge, it will get much more use I'm sure.
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i can suggest : http://www.sacred-texts.com/mas/index.htm not just masonic texts
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http://aurora.rgls.org/index.php/literatura

(Collection growing every day, I'll stop when few million links reached Smile)


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My personal favorite:
http://www.freemasons-freemasonry.com/

Digital Freemason is a good podcast that shares masonic papers, essays and presentations, too. http://www.thedigitalfreemason.com/
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I didn't see this anywhere, but a brother in Arkansas began putting this together before he passed. He uses Biblical references to show how the Bible and Masonry tie in together. http://arkphagrandlodge.com/knowledge.htm

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King Solomon Lodge No. 8, F&AM PHA
Rankin Chapter #27, HRAM, PHA
Bluegrass Consistory No.46, ASSR, PHA, SJ
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Originally posted by clark_kent0306 clark_kent0306 wrote:

I didn't see this anywhere, but a brother in Arkansas began putting this together before he passed. He uses Biblical references to show how the Bible and Masonry tie in together. http://arkphagrandlodge.com/knowledge.htm


The link doesn't work.   I would like to see these.
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Originally posted by edwmax edwmax wrote:

Originally posted by clark_kent0306 clark_kent0306 wrote:

I didn't see this anywhere, but a brother in Arkansas began putting this together before he passed. He uses Biblical references to show how the Bible and Masonry tie in together. http://arkphagrandlodge.com/knowledge.htm


The link doesn't work.   I would like to see these.
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My bad. It will work if you copy and paste it. 
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I am a 32nd Degree Scottish rite Mason, I used to visit my SR Library in San Diego a number of years ago to continue my Masonic education. I could check out books free, but always wanted a library for home. I started purchasing books on Ebay...that got really expensive fast.

 

I begin to discover that I could find many of these titles from universities, the library of congress, and other places. I was able to find most of these books as scans directly from the text, in other words, the Adobe pdf is the exact copy of the book, so it is like having the actual library on your computer...amazing. (and adobe reader is a free download if you don’t already have it)

 

I now have an auction that I just started on Ebay...I am asking $15 for the DVD, includes shipping and the cost of the DVD and jewel case, and the cost of using my computer and network...I am not getting rich here at all. I used to have an online file share, but people abused it and I shut it down a couple years ago...

 

Here is the link to the auction...

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=260733672163&ssPageName=ADME:L:LCA:US:1123

 Please do not think I am trying to rich off this forum, this is not the case at all. I am working at night after work to put these disks together and ship it to those who want them. If you have an online resource you are using...post it here!! If you are one of those folks (and there are many of them) who dont have time or patience or the connection speed to download, try getting this disk.


Anyhow, just wanted to share...take care!!
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Tom, first off welcome to the forum. One question I have is why should we not take it as a solication when you post 3 messages that are basically cut and paste copies of each other promoting the same item? Most people on a forum like this tend to read all post anyway so crossposting is unnecessary.
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