Introduction to Masonic Myth and Legend

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Episode 1: Introduction to Masonic Myth and Legend

The Revolutionary War and Brother George Washington - Explore the importance of myth and legend in the context of Brother George Washington's role as Commander in Chief.

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Legends of the Craft

Legends of the Craft was started in 2009 by Bros. Matias Cumsille and Brian Bunge and reignited in 2018 by Bro. Matias and Bro. Aksel Suvari. The purpose of the podcast is to explore the rich history and symbolism of Freemasonry and relate it to the modern world. Too often we are left to rely on the works of Masons long gone from this world but Freemasonry is a living institution and cannot remain relevant without engaging with the world around us. Legends of the Craft focuses mainly on the legends of Masonic figures throughout history and how their life and times can provide context, inspiration and guidance while we navigate our own lives. Through them we can look into the past and future through Masonic lenses and bring Masonry more directly into our lives. Legends of the Craft also delves into how Masonic principles can inform our perspective of the great problems facing humanity today.

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