When the COVID-19 pandemic situation began to get serious in early 2020, the Grand Lodge of Ancient Free & Accepted Masons of Oregon suspended all activities until Governor Kate Brown lifted her executive orders that restricted large groups from meeting. During this time, Freemasons and Masonic groups across the country turned to various online avenues to share information and lectures.
Since the COVID-19 situation is still developing, this page is incomplete. But it is a list of all of my lectures that have been put online during the pandemic shutdown in early 2020.
Pansophia and the Art of Memory
In March of 2020, I gave my first online lecture. This lecture was based on my Art of Memory lectures. You can purchase a copy of the video at this link, or find a link to the YouTube livestream of the lecture for free.
The Hypnerotomachia Poliphili: The Most Beautiful Book of Venice
In April of 2020, the Worshipful Master of Research Lodge of Oregon №198 asked me to present a lecture on the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili. Watch that lecture here!
In addition, the outline for this talk was used as the basis of a podcast episode on the subject. Listen to that episode here. That episode also has extensive show notes.
The Illuminati and German Society
Climbing Jacob's Ladder
On June 9th, 2020, I presented an online lecture to Hibiscus Lodge №275 in Florida. This lecture is about the practice of the Art of Virtue in Freemasonry, whence it might have come, and how brothers can do this on their own.
Hermetic Freemasonry with Greg Stewart
Supporting Masonic Writing and Research
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