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Jaime Paul Lamb

Jaime Paul Lamb is a Freemason and occultist living in Phoenix Arizona. He has been researching and writing about Western Esotericism since 2011 and is the author of Myth, Magick & Masonry: Occult Perspectives in Freemasonry (The Laudable Pursuit, August 2018) and the soon-to-be-released Approaching the Middle Chamber: The Seven Liberal Arts in Freemasonry and the Western Esoteric Tradition (The Laudable Pursuit, June 24th, 2020). Lamb’s work has been published in Knight Templar Magazine, Royal Arch Magazine, S.C.R.L.’s Fraternal Review, The Journal of the Masonic Society and many other in-print and online publications. He has appeared on several podcasts devoted to Freemasonry and Western Esotericism, such as Whence Came You? and Thoth-Hermes. His main avenues of research are Hermetic Qabalah, Western Astrology, Occult Tarot and Comparative Mythology. Lamb is a member of Old Well-Saint Johns Lodge no. 6, F&AM, Norwalk, CT, Ascension Lodge no. 89, F&AM, Phoenix, AZ, the Arizona College, S.R.I.C.F., and the Hermetic Society of the GD∴. He is a co-founder of Tria Prima and one of the hosts on the Tria Prima Podcast.

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P.D. Newman

P.D. Newman is an internationally recognized author and lecturer specializing in the use of entheogenic compounds in magico-religious settings. A member of both the Masonic Fraternity and the Society of Rosicrucians, his book, Alchemically Stoned: The Psychedelic Secret of Freemasonry, explores the use of the powerful hallucinogenic compound, DMT, by a number of eighteenth century Masonic Alchemists. He has additionally been published in a number of periodicals, including The Scottish Rite Journal, Knight Templar Magazine, The Masonic Society Journal, The Square, Rocky Mountain Mason, Fraternal Review, Ethnomycological Journals, etc. And, in 2016, Newman was awarded for his placing in the worldwide Scottish Rite Journal essay contest.

Adam Goldman

Worshipful Brother Adam Goldman is the Orator for Washington, D.C.’s premier esoteric Lodge, Benjamin B. French No. 15, and a Past Master of Harmony Lodge No. 17. He is currently researching a new book which holds promise to reveal the true identity of the Grand Master Hiram Abif using linguistics, comparative mythology and numerology. WB Goldman received his BA from California State University and MSc from the University of London. He is currently working as a Social Scientist at the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.

Jacob Trayer

Jacob Trayer is a 32° Freemason and Knight Templar from Phoenix, Arizona. Raised at Sy Harrison Lodge #70 in 2013, Jake is currently the charter Senior Deacon of Arizona’s newest observance style lodge – Ascension Lodge #89. Jake has had his work featured in several Masonic periodicals, and has recently stepped into the local lecture circuits. He is involved in the Scottish & York Rites, the Masonic Rosicrucians (SRICF), and has co-chartered the Arizona lodge of the Ordo Hermeticus Mysteriorum. His interest are in the occult sciences, Hermeticism, Rosicrucianism, and the Western Esoteric Tradition in general. He hopes to perpetuate the burgeoning of a new breed of esoterically inclined Masons. He is a co-founder of Tria Prima and a host on the Tria Prima Podcast.

Masonic author Jeremy Chevrier

Jeremy Chevrier

Jeremy Chevrier is a 32° Freemason and Knight Templar originally from Syracuse, New York. Jeremy currently lives in Ashburn, VA and is a member of Ashburn-Sterling No. 288. Jeremy is also a member of A. Douglas Smith, Jr. Lodge of Research No. 1949 in Alexandria, Virginia. Jeremy has had a long-time interest in mysticism and esoteric subjects since the early 90s. He has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Boston University and a Masters in Counter-Terrorism Studies from Henley-Putnam University. Jeremy lived for 12 years in various West African countries and has extensive experience working in international development for the United States Agency for International Development. He currently works in Business Development for a firm doing analytical work and evaluations of government development projects overseas.

THE RED HORUS

THE RED HORUS

Most people are familiar with Horus in his role as a protective, or tutelary deity; however, this sky god was worshipped under various epithets and by various attributions, over a relatively vast period of time. [1] Regional characteristizations, subsumations due to...

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