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Meetings of The Academy of Knowledge

Meeting of The Academy of Knowledge

The 2014 Spring session of the Academy of Masonic Knowledge will be held on Saturday, March 15th, in the Deike Auditorium of the Masonic Cultural Center on the campus of the Masonic Village in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. Registration will open at 8:30 AM with the program beginning at 9:30 AM. A lunch (voluntary contribution) will be served at noon and the program will be completed by 3:00 p.m. All Masons are welcome to attend. Dress is coat and tie.

The program for the day includes:

  • Brother Shawn E. Eyer, PM, will be speaking on a topic of Masonic ritual and symbolism.

Brother Eyer is a Past Master of Academia Lodge No. 847 in California and a writer on Masonic symbolism, history, ritual and philosophy. He is the Director of Communications of the George Washington Masonic National Memorial Association and the Editor of the Philalethes Society Magazine. He holds a Master of Arts in Transpersonal Psychology, and a dual Baccalaureate degree in Psychology and Religious Studies. Among his published works, Brother Eyer is the Editor of Ahiman: A Review of Masonic Culture and Tradition>

  • Brother Mark Stavish, will be speaking on sustainability and Freemasonry in a presentation entitled: The Future of Freemasonry: What's Karma, Science, and Evolution Got To Do With It?

Brother Stavish has been a long-time student of esotericism and is a frequent lecturer on ancient occult knowledge. Founder of the Institute for Hermetic Studies, in 2001 he established the Louis Claude de St. Martin Fund, a non-profit dedicated to advancing the study and practice of Western Esotericism. He holds undergraduate degrees in Theology and Communications and a Master's in Counseling. His writings have been translated into over nine languages. Among his published works, Brother Stavish is the author of Freemasonry - Rituals, Symbols and History of the Secret Society.

The great objective in Freemasonry is to gain useful knowledge, and the Academy provides a great opportunity for the Brethren to learn and to understand more about the significance of the Craft. Plan to attend and bring a Brother or two along with you.

Pre-registration is required.

To pre-register, please send your name, address, Lodge number and telephone
... by e-mail (preferred) to:

If you do not have access to e-mail, please make your reservation through your Lodge Secretary.

Please recognize that a cost is incurred to the program for your registration. If you pre-register and subsequently determine that you will be unable to attend, please have the Masonic courtesy to cancel your reservation by the same method and providing the same information.

We look forward to seeing you on March 15th.

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