Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Piers A. Vaughan, 33°. Author and Translator of Masonic and Esoteric Works. by Travis Simpkins

Piers A. Vaughan, 33°. Author and Translator of Masonic and Esoteric Works. by Travis Simpkins

Portrait Sketch of
Right Worshipful and Illustrious
Piers A. Vaughan
Author and Translator
of Masonic and Esoteric Works
Proprietor of Rose Circle Books
33rd Degree Freemason
Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite, NMJ
Past Grand High Priest
Grand Chapter of the State of New York
Royal Arch Masons
Past Master of St. John's Lodge No. 1
Grand Lodge of New York
Member of the Society of Blue Friars
by Travis Simpkins


 The Purpose of Initiation in Freemasonry


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Piers A. Vaughan, 33°. Author and Translator. Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin. by Travis Simpkins

Marquis de Lafayette. French Aristocrat, Military Officer and Freemason. by Travis Simpkins

Marquis de Lafayette. French Aristocrat, Military Officer and Freemason. by Travis Simpkins

Portrait Sketch of
Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier
Marquis de Lafayette
( 1757 - 1834 )
"The Hero of the Two Worlds"
French Aristocrat, Politician and Military Officer
American Revolutionary War
French Revolution of 1789
July Revolution of 1830
Freemason
Likely Initiated into a Military Lodge
at Valley Forge during the winter of 1777-1778
by Travis Simpkins



 Marquis de Lafayette


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Marquis de Lafayette. French Aristocrat, Military Officer and Freemason. by Travis Simpkins

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Dr. Robert H. Goddard. Engineer and Physicist. First Liquid-Fueled Rocket. by Travis Simpkins

Dr. Robert H. Goddard. Engineer and Physicist. First Liquid-Fueled Rocket. by Travis Simpkins

Portrait Sketch of
Dr. Robert H. Goddard
( 1882 - 1945 )
Engineer, Physicist and Professor
Inventor of the
First Liquid-Fueled Rocket
Launched in Auburn, Massachusetts
on March 16, 1926
Subsequent Launches took place
in Roswell, New Mexico
by Travis Simpkins



Dr. Robert H. Goddard


Robert H. Goddard - Development of High Altitude Rockets


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Dr. Robert H. Goddard. First Liquid-Fueled Rocket. Auburn, Massachusetts. March 16, 1926. by Travis Simpkins