Masonic Museum and Library
“An Independent and Universal Masonic Resource.”
"Spreading enlightenment -- one web surfer at a time!"
Welcome Traveling Friends and Brethren!
This website was
developed to deliver further Light in Freemasonry. While the origin dates of
Freemasonry in Europe are unclear, for more than two hundred years Freemasonry
has been documented as an integral and vital part of the American society,
culture and history. Our site is important to Phoenixmasons (e-Masons) and
the general public, because it is a well-kept repository of our treasured
Masonic heritage and humble origins. Our Mission Statement fills many roles.
One goal, in the global world of the Internet, is to exhibit Masonic
documents, lectures, and objects in a rich historical context that both
educates and stimulates the traveler to continue and learn. We hope to bring
the past back to life; and incite a passion for learning. We truly appreciate
your visit and welcome you to download any portion of this site for your
personal use as Masonic Research and Education material.
Our Mission Statement
Museum Gift Shop and Bookstore
E-Library, Books, Poems
Glossary of Masonic Terms
Builder Magazine 1915 - 1930
Biblical History of
King Solomon's Temple
Our "How To" Section
Masonic Service Circles
Lectures and Research Papers
America - Non-Masonic Orders
- Wor. Bro. Frederic L.
M.W. Nelson King,
Bro. Ezekiel M. Bey,
Bro. Johnny Asher, Morals &
- Founding President
Disclaimers - The Fine Print -
We are a nation of originals.
Driven by the belief in ourselves
and our ideals,
fueled by our independence of
thought and action;
our possibilities are limited only
by our dreams.
We are Phoenixmasons!
We are a proud
member of the Masonic Library and Museum Association