Freemasonry is the largest Fraternity in the world with over 5 million Master Masons worldwide. It is also the oldest. In fact, next year on June 24, 2017, we will celebrate the tricentennial.
Christopher L. Hodapp is the author of Freemasons For Dummies and Solomon’s Builders: Freemasons, Founding Fathers and the Secrets of Washington D.C. He was the editor of the Journal of The Masonic Society. He is the co-author with Alice Von Kannon of The Templar Code For Dummies and Conspiracy Theories and Secret Societies For Dummies.
Dr. Bob, Tyler, and Brandon talk about the 24″ gauge and how it applies and influences their lives and what it means to them.
Dr. Bob, Nolan, Tyler, and Brandon take some time to talk about what they have enjoyed, what they hope will become better, and some goals for the Freemasonry in the Bakken Podcast
After a fantastic ND Masonic Festival, we take some time with the ND Grand Line and other Masons to talk on the level about things that were on our minds.
We take some time to talk about Dr. Bob’s and Tyler’s experiences with DeMolay, some history, of youth organizations and what we are doing in Western North Dakota to bring it back.
We continue our discussion with PGM Arv Burvee on who is he, why he became and Freemason, and the impact it has had on his life.
We take a few episodes and talk with PGM Arv Burvee and on this episode, we talk about his appointment as the Grand Lecturer and the upcoming ND Masonic Festivals.
We have the pleasure of having a conversation with Sue Bickel, the North Dakota Grand Master’s wife about their life, being a wife of a Freemason and her unique perspective on the Grand Master’s position.
We take some time to talk about Groundhog Day and other misconceptions in the first of a series of episodes on Masonic Misrepresentation. We are joined, once again, by Brother Brandon and enjoy a lighthearted discussion on some of the things people have attributed to Freemasons.