Meetings

Regular Meeting *via Zoom) on October 2, 2021 at 11 am

Topic: Karl Christian Fredrich Krause, an Unknown but Well Known German Mason Bro. Krause was kicked out Masonry over 200 years ago. We will discuss his background, his German Brothers involved in Masonry at the time, and decide for ourselves if his final verdict was proper. Presenter: Companion Mike Taldo, 1st VP Brother Taldo is […]

Festive Board: Sunday, Aug. 1, 2021

Maryland Masonic Research Society (MMRS) celebrates its return to in-person meetings with its annual Festive Board honoring the illustrious S. Brent Morris, PhD, 33°, GC.   Date: Sunday, August 1, 2021 Location: The King’s Contrivance Restaurant Doors open: 12:30 p.m. Program begins: 1:00 p.m.   Program information and reservation details will follow. Seating is limited […]

Regular Meeting (via Zoom) – Saturday, May 1, 2021 at 1:00 p.m.

Topic: “The Country of Georgia and the Politics of Freemasonry” In his presentation, “The Country of Georgia and the Politics of Freemasonry,” David Chichinadze offers his insights into one of Europe’s oldest cultures and the story of the emerging Brotherhood that faced the obstacles of Masonic politics. Following the 45-minute program, Mr. Chichinadze welcomes your […]

Special Program (via Zoom) – Saturday, April 10, 2021, 1 pm EDT

Presentation Title: “Sacred Geometry and Freemasonry” The presentation will discuss Sacred geometry and its symbolic meaning, starting with a review of certain geometric forms, including geometric energy structures, waveforms, and sound patterns. This presentation will discuss the use of these forms’ usefulness in storing ontological based knowledge, reveal the base structures of physical reality, and […]

Regular Meeting (via Zoom) – Saturday, March 6, 2021 at 1:00 p.m.

Topic: “Modern Masonry: Fractals, Macrocosm & Microcosm” Armchair historians have a wealth of topics within Masonry to keep them active: Esoterica, Biographies, Lodge Histories, Symbolism. Rarely do we see Anthropology added to the mix. In a two-year period, traveling among 78 Lodges across Maryland and speaking to the Brothers present in Lodge, Charles Matulewicz discovered […]