Masonic Videos

Here are some of the best Masonic videos I've come across on the Web. The same problem exists in video as in web sites and books. There is a lot of bad information. So, we'll be sifting through all that we can find on the Web and adding the best ones here. Hope you enjoy them and for the best information regarding Freemasonry, ask a Mason.

Enter the secret world of the Freemasons

In this segment of CBS Sunday Morning, Mo Rocca ventures inside Freemasonry and Masonic Lodges to answer the question, "Who are the Freemasons?"

Freemasonry Today!

Produced by the Grand Lodge of Indiana, this is an excellent overview of the Masonic fraternity. It describes the requirements and many of the benefits of membership. If you're wondering what modern Freemasonry is all about this video is a great place to start.

Lee Sherman Dreyfus 33rd Degree

Former University Professor, Governor of Wisconsin and 33rd Degree Scottish Rite Mason gives a lecture on the history, meaning and importance of the Craft. Very educational and insprational. Highly recommended for anyone interested in Craft Masonry. (This lecture is broken into two parts. Each about eight and a half minutes long.)


Lee Sherman Dreyfus 33rd Degree, (continued)

What Is Freemasonry?

In this short inspiring movie, Ben Franklin explains what it means to be a Freemason. Spend five minutes with Brother Franklin as he answers and explains the question, "What is Freemasonry?"

The Masonic Ring by Howie Damron

This video of Howie Damron singing his wonderful song about the Masonic ring is a must see for every Freemason. If you are a Mason you might want to have a handkerchief handy. If you are not yet a Mason maybe this will help you to understand.

Masonic Ceremony

This is a news broadcast regarding a Mason being honored for fifty years of service to the fraternity. It's interesting because it speaks to the universality of Freemasonry as well as its teachings.

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