City of London Masonic Walk
Every last Friday of the Month through
January 26; February 23; March 30; April 27;
May 25; June 29; July 27; August 31; September
28; October 26; November 30; December 28.
Rain or shine, join Yasha Beresiner,
a qualified City Guide.
Meet 10am at Freemasons’ Hall,
Great Queen Street wc2 (2-minute walk
from Holborn Underground Station,
£5 per person (free to under-12s).
No need to pre-book. T. 07768 292 066.
3rd Masonic Holy Land Tour
12–20 November 2007
Led by Yasha Beresiner, the 2nd Holy Land
Masonic Tour in 2006 was, by acclamation,
a great success. We had a superlative guide
in Amnon and enjoyed fulfilling days and
fraternally warm and convivial evenings.
Plans are well advanced for the third tour
starting 12 November 2007 and several
Brethren with their ladies have already
booked. Details can be found on
Ably organised by Issa Tahan, the
reception we invariably enjoy from the
Grand Master and Brethren of the Grand
Lodge of the State of Israel allows us
to enjoy an exceptional sojourn. A fully
descriptive and detailed 2007 brochure
Further details from: Special Pilgrimages,
55–57 Queens Road, Southend-on-Sea,
Essex ss1 1lt. Freephone 0800 371972.
Fax: 01702 359000. Mobile: 0776 829 2066
The Cornerstone Society
The Cornerstone Society is finalising its
programme for 2007. The Spring/Summer
Conference date and venue will be
A programme of Cornerstone Society
lectures for Lodges throughout the year
Several Cornerstone Society speakers,
and others, are available to talk to Lodges
who have a gap in their programme,
and who would like to explore some
of the more fundamental aspects of
Freemasonry. Interested Lodges, and
indeed Royal Arch Chapters, are invited
to contact us.
Exclusive lapel pin, enamel finish,
with The Cornerstone Society’s distinctive
logo is now available. Cost, including
postage and packing, is £7 UK, £7.35
continental Europe and £8.15 USA and
the rest of the world. Purchase the pin
online on our website or write to the
secretary, enclosing payment.
or write to: The Secretary, The Cornerstone
Society, ‘Bellfield’, 13 Victoria Road,
Lytham St Annes, Lancashire fy8 1le.
Quatuor Coronati Meetings 2007
15 February: J.S. Wade: Roman Eagle Lodge
10 May: J.F. Goodchild: Thomas, third Earl
of Effingham (1746.1791) (Freemasons' Hall).
28 June: Yasha Beresiner: Masonic Research
- that profit and pleasure may be the result.
(Southend Masonic Centre, Saxon Hall,
Aviation Way, Southend-on-Sea, Essex).
This will be only the eighth time in the
121-year history of the Lodge that it has met
outside of London.
13 September: R.A. Gilbert: The Sixth
Liberal Art: Astronomy and Freemasonry.
The February, May and September
meetings are open to all members of the
Correspondence Circle and Master Masons
are invited. The June meeting is open
to all brethren.
Canonbury Masonic Research Centre
Meetings held at The Canonbury Academy,
6 Canonbury Place, London n1 2nq,
Wednesdays 7pm-9pm. Entry fee £7.
21 February: Professor Emeritus Philip
Davies, Dept of Biblical Studies, University
of Sheffield: Enoch and the Book of Genesis.
21 March: Robert Gilbert: Death and
Resurrection of Christian Rosencreuz:
Rosicrucianism in the 21st century.
18 April: Ricky Pound and Matthew
Scanlan: Chiswick House - a Masonic Temple?
23 May: Colin Wilson: Cosmic
20 June: Michael Buckley (MOUP
Grand Master): The Development of
Canonbury Papers (Vol 3): Freemasonry
and Religion: Many Faiths, One Brotherhood.
Limited edition only £17.50 from CMRC,
Central Regalia and Amazon.
Volume 1: The Social Impact of Freemasonry
on the Modern Western World; Volume 2:
Freemasonry in Music & Literature.
Contact: Carole McGilvery 020 7226
6256. Please make cheques payable to
Canonbury Masonic Research Centre and
send to CMRC, c/o The Canonbury
Academy, 6 Canonbury Place, London n1
2nq. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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