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In the heart of Bristol, Freemasons' Hall library and museum houses a treasure trove of artefacts that point to the city's unique masonic history, as Yasha Beresiner discovers Bristol holds a unique status in English…

MI5 Body Double

Friday, 16 September 2011
Freemasons’ Hall has been leading a double life for the past decade as both the headquarters of the United Grand Lodge of England and MI5’s fictional home. Luke Turton finds out how the lodge has…

Building a reputation

Friday, 16 September 2011
From blockbuster launch parties to glitzy fashion shows, Karen Haigh has seen it all as Head of Events at Freemasons’ Hall. She talks about meeting Matt Damon, Antony Gormley statues on the rooftop and building…

Honouring Our Roots

Sunday, 01 May 2011
Matthew Scanlan reports on Grand Lodge's sponsorship of students studying traditional craft skills In 2008 Grand Lodge decided to sponsor three students studying at the City and Guilds of London Art School, where time-honoured craft…

Hiding Our Light

Sunday, 01 May 2011
The Rev Neville Barker Cryer points out that history often excludes the influence of Freemasonry In my Volume of the Sacred Law there is a saying of which I have been recently reminded by events:…
People first settled the Maltese islands around 7,000 years ago, probably coming from Sicily, writes Paul Devereux, though in truth we know little about the movement of peoples around the Mediterranean in prehistoric times. Around…

Pythagoras: The Initiate

Sunday, 01 May 2011
Michael Baigent looks at one of the most revered figures of early Freemasonry An early legend, taken seriously by working Freemasons, explained that prior to the great flood all knowledge of the seven sciences had…
Yasha Beresiner visits the Sussex Masonic Centre Standing at the entrance to the Sussex Masonic Centre in the heart of Brighton, you can catch the smell of the sea just a few hundred yards away.…
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