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The Provincial Grand Orator is Maintaining this list of recommended websites – mainly of a more philosophical / advanced nature, that will undoubtedly be of interest to all those who have felt stimulated by the subject matter discussed during any of the Orations.
Canonbury Masonic Research Centre was founded in October 1998 and began work in December the same year. Its purpose is the study of western esotericism and related fields, in particular that of Freemasonry and the traditions linked to it. Our eventual aim is the development of an academic programme.
The last few decades of the 20th century have seen a marked growth of scholarship in the area of the western esoteric traditions, including such subjects as Hermeticism, Alchemy, Rosicrucianism, Kabbalah and Freemasonry. This has been reflected in the establishment of various institutions and university departments focusing on these areas. The Warburg Institute in London has long been a recognised place of excellence in similar subjects, and more recently there have been a number of departments established at universities throughout Europe to support such studies. A chair at the Sorbonne was established some years ago, while more recently we have seen a chair created in Amsterdam for the study of esotericism. A Chair has now been established at the University of Sheffield to direct a Centre for Research into Freemasonry. Professor Andrew Prescott, Director of the Centre, gave his inaugural lecture “Freemasonry and the Problem of Britain” on 5 March 2001 at the University of Sheffield.
The programme at CMRC gives London an active centre of scholarship in this field and and complements the work of the above mentioned institutions by providing various resources that have hitherto been lacking. In particular there is a need for the provision of research and support material and activities in the following areas:
PS Review of Freemasonry is the oldest, most popular and famous Freemasons’ online publication written by Master Masons of a Grand Lodge of Ancient, Accepted Free Masons. Freemasons recognized as regulars by the United Grand Lodge of England or by a Grand Lodge of the United States of America, Prince Hall Masonry included.
PS Review of Freemasonry has been established on July 17, 1996 and since then eminent Freemason Scholars, members of Quatuor Coronati Lodge 2076 United Grand Lodge of England, Australian and New Zealand Masonic Research Council, the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite Research Society USA and The Philalethes Society USA, have published their Masonic papers on this site.
Mainly in English , but with a lot of Masonic research papers available also in Italian , French , Spanish and Portuguese , PS Review of Freemasonry is a reliable resource of Masonic Education on the net allowing the Freemason to be more acquainted on the Origin of speculative Masonry as far as on the Ritual performed in a Masonic Lodge and the Degrees of Freemasonry.
You read excellent research papers about Freemasons history, symbols of Freemasonry, Freemasons rituals written by Freemasons scholars furthermore we publish several Masonic Books readable for free and the Freemason has a section dedicated to Masonic Jokes, if he is tired to read ponderous papers.
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