The Northeast Corner

DVD of THE NORTHEAST CORNER, 21 minutes

1 Minutes

 Color

 $22.00

In this wonderfully illustrated lecture, perfect for Lodge programs, noted author Dr. S. Brent Morris discussed how the Northeast Corner became a significant aspect of the traditional Masonic Ritual. He also explains how cornerstone ceremonies still play a vital role in the present times.


Cleopatra's Needle: The Missing Link In Masonry

DVD of CLEOPATRA’S NEEDLE: THE MISSING LINK IN FREEMASONRY, 29 minutes

 29 Minutes

 Color

 $22.00

In the 1870s, the United States was gifted a 69-foot tall ancient Egyptian obelisk that marked where Cleopatra and Marc Antony had their famous love affair. Join us as we watch members of the Springfield, Virginia Lodge 217 dismantle and re-assemble a 1/15th scale wooden replica to uncover the Masonic symbols hidden inside.

The Heritage of American Patriotism

DVD of THE HERITAGE OF AMERICAN PATRIOTISM, 30 minutes

 Color

 $22.00

Join us as we visit the National Sojourners Headquarters to learn more about the history of the military arm of the Freemasons. As you tour historic property once owned by famous Freemason George Washington, discover the philosophy of the ancient Masonic fraternity as


The History of the Blue Lodge Ritual

DVD of THE HISTORY OF THE BLUE LODGE RITUAL, 39 minutes

 39 Minutes

 Color

 $22.00

Watch Robert G. Davis, FPS, present at the 1996 Minneapolis Masonic Expo on how he, alongside Thomas Smith Webb and William Preston, influenced the American Masonic Ritual that is now used in a majority of Grand Lodges in the United States. As one of our most popular videos, this make a perfect program for your next Lodge meeting.  This story is
told in cooperation with the Collingwood Library and the Museum on Americanism.


Tour of the International Eastern Star Temple

DVD of TOUR OF THE INTERNATIONAL EASTERN STAR TEMPLE, 30 minutes 29 Minutes

 Color

 $22.00

Join Right Worthy Grand Secretary Betty Briggs as she guides you through the elegant and historic Belmont Mansion, now the headquarters of the General Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. Once the Washington, D.C. home for well-known New York congressman Perry Belmont, the General Grand Chapter maintains the mansion and uses the space for meetings, formal affairs, and as headquarters for the society.

All of these DVDs are great for Lodge programs, and also good to show to prospective members and families.

When you explain Freemasonry, people are interested.