The Phoenixmasonry

Masonic Museum and Library

“An Independent and Universal Masonic Resource.”

"Spreading enlightenment -- one web surfer at a time!"

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Welcome Traveling Friends and Brethren!

This website was developed to deliver further Light in Freemasonry. While the origin dates of Freemasonry in Europe are unclear, for more than two hundred years Freemasonry has been documented as an integral and vital part of the American society, culture and history.  Our site is important to Phoenixmasons (e-Masons) and the general public, because it is a well-kept repository of our treasured Masonic heritage and humble origins.  Our Mission Statement fills many roles.  One goal, in the global world of the Internet, is to exhibit Masonic documents, lectures, and objects in a rich historical context that both educates and stimulates the traveler to continue and learn.  We hope to bring the past back to life; and incite a passion for learning.  We truly appreciate your visit and welcome you to download any portion of this site for your personal use as Masonic Research and Education material.

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Our Mission Statement

Museum Entrance

Phoenixmasonry Live - "Celebrating Freemasonry" - Interviews with Masonic Authors, Artists, Craftsman and other Interesting Freemasons

"What It Means to Be A Mason" Video Series

Phoenixmasonry's YouTube Channel - A Collection of Masonic Videos

Museum Gift Shop and Bookstore

E-Library, Books, Poems & Essays

Glossary of Masonic Terms

The Builder Magazine 1915 - 1930

Biblical History of King Solomon's Temple

George Washington Apron Lecture

Our "How To" Section

Masonic Service Circles

Links to Masonic Education Sources

 WEOFM Masonic Video Series

Fraternalism in America - Non-Masonic Orders


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Featured Authors - Wor. Bro. Frederic L. Milliken   Leon Zeldis, FPS   Bro. Jaime Paul Lamb KT

Wor. Bro. Mason Pratt   Elena Llamas   Phoenix St. John   Bro. Steven Adkins   Wor. Bro. Shaun Henry

Brother Philippa Faulks   M.W. Nelson King, PGM   Bro. Ezekiel M. Bey, FPS   Bro. W. E. Gutman

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Messages - Founding President  -  Executive Director  - Curator

By-Laws - Statement of Operations and Policies - The Fine Print - FAQ's

Contact Us

Brother David Lettelier and Why He Collected Masonic Objects from the Past



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