Masonic Light


We hope you enjoy this section that provides a variety of papers submitted by members of the Southern California Research Lodge as well as from other parts of the world.

Bonus Materials for Subscribers

The following is companion material to the Fraternal Review Vol. 57, No. 10, November 2016

​"The Chamber of Reflection" by Jordan Yelinek

The following is companion material to the Fraternal Review Vol. 57, No. 7, August 2016

"Trestle-Board and Tracing-Board" (Short Talk Bulletin) by Carl Claudy

The following is companion material to the Fraternal Review Vol. 57, No. 4, May 2016

"G" by Joseph Fort Newton

The following are companion materials to the Fraternal Review Vol. 57, No. 3, April 2016

A Pilgrim's Path - Albert Pike and the Morning Star

​by Eric M. Hamilton

Short Talk Bulletin - More Light

by Joseph Fort Newton


Selected Papers From Our Members


Freemasonry and Modern Western Esotericism

by C. Douglas Russell


Selected Papers From Our Monthly Mailings


Corner Stones

by Jim Tresner


Dwelling In Unity

by Ardell G. Gould


Five Points of Fellowship

by Frank J. Bruce and Harry Carr


Friendly Fire

by Ray W. Burgess


Freemasonry

an editorial in autumn 1993 publication of the Masonic Lodge of Research, Lodge 200, Ireland


Response to "The Lodge"

by E. Arthur Haglund


A Spanish Experience

by Revd. Neville Barker Cryer


Will It Be Too Late For You?

From the April, 1995, Grand Lodge of Alberta (Canada) Bulletin


The Boundary Line of Our Conduct

by Kenneth L. Hemphill

  


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Need further light, still? Pay a visit to Chapman University's Leatherby Libraries in Orange, CA. Our dearly departed brother, Norm Leeper, donated his collection of Masonic books and periodicals, on behalf of the Southern California Research Lodge, to the Leatherby Libraries. Brett Fisher, Master of SCRL for 2014 and Librarian at the Leatherby Libraries will be happy to assist with details. You may reach him at bfisher@chapman.edu