Episode 37. Drawing the Line on Secrecy in Freemasonry

Episode 37 the Brought to Light Masonic Podcast – Drawing the Line on Secrecy in Freemasonry.

Join your Hosts Bro David Illingworth and Bro Jack Nathan Aquilina for the Brought to Light Masonic Podcast’s monthly Google Hangout where young members of freemasonry from across Australia come together to discuss the contemporary issues and ideas as they relate to modern Freemasonry.

Episode 37 is a great roundtable discussion that includes regular contributor WBro Robert Billing (Greater Gippsland Blue Lounge Secretary) and Bro Paul Aqua (Northern District Blue Lounge Brunswick Representative), along side new faces Bro Eli Challenger (State President of the Blue Lounge Social Club New South Wales) and Bro Luke Spickler (Secretary of the Blue Lounge Social Club New South Wales and President of the Sydney [Central] District).

The brethren discuss the topic of secrecy including what it is, the cultural stigma attached to it, its role in freemasonry and where we should draw the line between the need for Freemasonry to be an open organisation versus the importance of preserving its secrets.

The brethren also give you an update on the latest news and opinions as they relate to Freemasonry across Australia in general and the Blue Lounge Social Club in particular.

Make sure you check out our show sponsor The Happy Masons Shop for fine and great priced masonic accessories and regalia at www.thehappymasonsshop.com.au

Check out Challenger Smallgoods featuring some of the worlds best smoked meats in true American style at www.challengersmallgoods.com.au

Show Notes:

Happy Masons Shop Regalia Store

Challenger Small Goods

The Masonic Roundtable – Freemasonry 300 Years Event

Inside Freemasonry on Sky UK

Blue Lounge Social Club Website

Brought to Light Masonic Podcast Website

Blue Lounge Social Club of Ontario, Canada Facebook 

Blue Lounge Social Club of New South Wales Facebook

Blue Lounge Social Club of Queensland Facebook

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