Notice is hereby given that
The Durning-Lawrence Library (4th floor) University of London Library,
Tubes: Goodge Street, Northern Line; Tottenham Court Rd., Northern & Central Lines: Russell Sq., Piccadilly Line.)
FRIDAY 28th OCTOBER 2005
Doors open 3.35 pm
A Talk by JOHN ACASTER
Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry
from 4.15pm 5.45pm
To end at 6.00 pm (sharp)
please detach & return the slip to the Secretary.
This Talk will briefly sketch the outlines of the Rosicrucian enlightenment in the 17th century in England and its possible effect on Freemasonry. The fascinating case of Eugenius Philalethes, junior, who penned the amazing Dedication to Long Livers (1722) will be examined, showing the tensions at the heart of English Free Masonry, both then and now. Mr John Acaster, a well-known speaker, is shortly to be promoted to the important rank of Provincial Senior Grand Warden in the Masonic Province of East Lancashire (the second largest Province outside London).
Refreshments will be provided (tea/coffee and biscuits). Guests are welcome.(No charge).
Application forms to join the Society will be available.
To The Secretary, The Francis Bacon Society, Flat 1, Lee House, 75a Effra Road, London SW19 8PS.
I wish to attend John Acaster's talk at the University of London, on the afternoon of the 28th October 2005.
Please book me a seat
I will bring guests.
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