The Twelfth

Ever since he was a profane, this man, now Brother would email me and ask questions. Not long ago, he finally was raised to the Sublime Degree of a Master Mason. Of course I am speaking about Brother Robert Walk Jr.

Brother Robert Walk Jr. is a brand new Master Mason with an old soul, he maintains his own blog On Freemasonry & Humble Pie as well as stopping by "The Midnight Freemasons" every once in a while to give us a guest post. I know Brother Walk had been clamoring for his third degree, but what he didn't know, is that I too was clamoring for it, as it meant I would then be able to invite him to join us here on our little blog.

About a week after Brother Walk's raising, I sent him an official invitation to join us as a regular contributor, needless to say, he accepted. I can not tell you all how excited I am to have Brother Walk's writing talent as well as his eternal bond as a Brother. I know I speak for everyone when I say "Welcome to the group!".


Brother Robert Walk Jr. is the creator and sole writer for On Freemasonry and Humble Pie: a Wordpress blog dedicated to his experiences and journey from being a petitioner, to Initiation, Passing, and to being Raised. A dialysis technician being his main work, he enjoys writing, rock climbing, drumming and craft beer in his free time. He is a Master Mason at Jephthah Lodge No. 222, A.F.&A.M. in Essex, MD.


9 comments:

  1. It is an absolute honor to have joined your ranks.

    Thank *all* of you for this opportunity.

    I've been reading this blog religiously for years, and now that I am afforded the opportunity to write for it is a great honor.

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  2. Welcome Brother Walk, we are glad to have you on board.

    Greg Knott

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    1. Thank you very much, Bro. Knott. I really can't express my feelings toward this group and blog. It means a lot to me, as this was a great source of Light, even before I petitioned.

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  3. Congrats Rob!!! You were chosen for your great and good work. I know your work will continue to be an honor to yourself and to the Fraternity.

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  4. I look forward to reading your work.

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    1. I hope you find it enjoyable, Bro. Deal!

      If you have the patience I have two pieces a going back to October 2013 as a guest contributor. I think you may have read one already though.

      Looking forward to this very much.

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