Visit The American Lodge of Research at the next meeting:
Tuesday, March 31st, 2015, 8pm
- Stated Communication
FESTIVE BOARD OF RESEARCH - MENU AND PRICE TBA
"Jesuitic Contributions at Clermont & the Revenge Motif"
by David Sheihan Hunter Lindez
The Jacobean Room, Masonic Hall, 8th Floor
71 West 23rd Street, New York, New York 10010
W:. David Sheihan Hunter Lindez
Recognized in both academic and Masonic circles as the premier authority on the history of the Scottish Rectified Regime in the United States, David was elected by IRA Lodge No. 2 to become the 22nd Wendell K. Walker Lecturer in 2011. Most recently, his contributions to Masonic research have resulted in his invitation to the Masonic Study Society in England where he is scheduled to speak later this year in addition to Frankfurt, Germany and Madrid, Spain. His research has been published in Melton's Encyclopedia of Religion, Ad Lucem, the RC Journal, The Sun, The Harashim of the Australian and New Zealand Masonic Research Council, the Transactions La Bienfaisance, Miscellania, Living Stones, The Journal of the Anthropological Association, Adhuc Stat and various other organs. Of further note, David is Member No. 486 of the Masonic Brotherhood of the Blue Forget-Me-Not and a proud Kentucky “Hoss” Trader (Greenup Lodge of Traders and Confidence Degree).
The scope of David’s non-Masonic related research is primarily concerned with primitive Christian ritual tradition in the gaeltacht of Connemara in Western Ireland. Professionally, David has a technology background and works in in the digital space as Head of Barnes & Noble’s NOOK Applications Digital Partnerships. A married father of two children and a creative at heart, some of his non-Masonic activities include serving as an ordained Priest in the Ecclesia Apostolica Rosae Rubeae et Aureae Crucis (an independent, liturgical church), as Vicar for the Order of Corporate Reunion, as President of the Society of St Leo & St Colman in the Republic of Ireland and as Grand Knight of the Epsilon Chapter of the Sacred and Noble Order of the Knights Corvida, for which he was nominated to deliver the Pythagorean Lecture.