About Fred Milliken

Fred is a Past Master of Plymouth Lodge, Plymouth Massachusetts, and Past Master of Paul Revere Lodge, Brockton, Massachusetts. Presently, he is a member of Pride of Mt. Pisgah No. 135, Prince Hall Texas, where is he is also a Prince Hall Knight Templar . Fred is a Fellow of the Phylaxis Society and former Executive Director of the Phoenix Masonry website and museum.

Arkansas Prince Hall Grand Master Cleveland Wilson Takes The High Road

Grand Master Cleveland Wilson

We don’t get harmony when everybody sings the same note. Only notes that are different can harmonize. The same is true with people. ― Steve Goodier Life’s like the piano and the violin, it’s about how smart you could play the melodies to make a good harmony. ― Lucy ‘Aisy The lessons of life often […]

What Makes A Leader

R. Lucille Samuel

Some people attain the level of leadership just because they have been around a long time. Some people get to be “head honcho” because they are everybody’s friend and nobody’s enemy. Still others have risen to the top through wheeling and dealing and doing favors expecting favors in return. Such leaders, after attaining power, rarely […]

What is Freemasonry – A Response to Tim Bryce & Greg Stewart

The Road Less Traveled

As the third writer on Freemason Information I’ll jump in with both feet and take a stab at this question. Both Tim & Greg have attempted to define Freemasonry as an intellectual enterprise of definition devoid of the feelings of individual Freemasons. And it is precisely those feelings that help define the Craft. Sometimes what […]

Walter Hunt, Freemason’s Information Age Pioneer

Walter Hunt 1

Interesting people do interesting things and some of the most interesting to me are Masonic artisans or craftsmen. The cream of the crop are those who are multi talented having expertise across a number of fields. When I wrote about Patrick Craddock I noted: Successful people are multi- talented and multi-faceted people. If you take […]

War of the Worldviews

War Of The Worldviews

If you are reading this you are going to think that this is a little far removed from Freemasonry. You may even think that it violates the principle of discussing religion inside Freemasonry. But you would be wrong. The prohibition in most jurisdictions is against allowing sectarian religion and partisan politics into the Lodge room. […]

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