Episode 087 - SHWEP & Earl Fontainelle

Hello! On this episode of the podcast, we go a bit deeper than usual with our guest, Earl Fontainelle. Earl is a researcher and host of The Secret History of Western Esotericism Podcast (The SHWEP). After listening to this episode, be sure to check out for more from Earl. Symbologist Michelle Snyder presents a segment unlocking Beauty and the Beast, Jack reads the Masonic Lite News, and Bro. Jim Stephens provides the Lodge Business Brief. We wrap up with the upcoming Masonic schedule followed by chickens. Enjoy!

[00:00:00] Introductions.

[00:09:20] First break, brought to you by George J. Grove & Son

[00:10:25] Jack introduces our interview with Earl Fontainelle

[00:30:30] Second break, brought to you by the Historic Smithon Inn

[00:31:50] Jack brings us back

[00:55:55] The Masonic Market Place

[00:56:35] Unlocking Symbols with Symbologist Michelle Snyder

[01:00:35] Masonic Lite News

[01:01:30] Lodge Business Brief with Bro. Jim Stephens

[01:04:00] Wrap Up

[01:09:50] Chickens

[00:54:00] Outro.

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George J. Grove and Son:

Historic Smithton Inn:


The Red Serpent: By Larry Merris:…ris/dp/1466478608

Masonic Scarves: By Pete Ruggieri

Intermezzo by Stephanie, Locally Handcrafted Chocolate

MEDIA ATTRIBUTION: Backing Track for Lodge Business Brief:

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Unlocking Symbols segment music: “Freezing but warm” by Meydän

Bye Everybody!

Release date: 12 February 2019 Explicit

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