Christopher Hodapp

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WB Christopher L. Hodapp

America 1958 - present

Comments: modern author of Freemasonry;

Teachers: William Schaw; James Anderson; William Sinclair of Roslin; David Cunningham of Robertland; Sir James Murray of Kilbaderton; Sir Anthony Alexander; Sir John Veitch of Dawyck; John Carmichael; William Moray of Dreghorn; Sir Robert Moray, his brother; Sir William Bruce, 1671; John Theophilus Desaguliers; Albert Pike; Albert Mackey; Kenneth R. H. Mackenzie; Lon Milo DuQuette; Pierre L'Enfant, Washington DC architect; ;


Friends / Fellow Researchers: Alice Von Kannon, partner; Robert Lomas; Kirk White; Mark Stavish; James Wasserman; John Michael Greer;Christopher Knight; Nathan Brindle; Eric Schmitz; Jeff Naylor; Jim Dilloman; Stephen Dafoe; Andrew Hammer; Cliff Porter ; The Knights of the North; Tobias Churton; Tim Hogan; S. Brent Morris; Laurence Gardner; WB Chuck Furnace; WB Justin D****;

Organizations: Freemasonry; Knights Templar; Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, the Valley of Indianapolis; York Rite of Freemasonry; Past Sovereign Master of the Allied Masonic Degrees; Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (Shriners); Knights of the North, a Masonic Policy Think Tank;

Author: editor-in-chief of the Journal of The Masonic Society; co-wrote and edited Laudable Pursuit: A 21st Century Response To The Questions Of Dwight Smith; Freemasons For Dummies, 2005; Solomon's Builders: Freemasons, Founding Fathers and the Secrets of Washington D.C, 2006; Conspiracy Theories & Secret Societies For Dummies (with Alice Von Kannon) 2008; Templar Code for Dummies (with Alice Von Kannon), 2007; Deciphering The Lost Symbol: Freemasons, Myths and the Mysteries of Washington, D.C., 2009 in answer to Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol;

Quotes: "The new Freemasonry of the eighteenth century would be speculative and theoretical - the principles of Craft Masonry applied to Philosophy to build cathedrals in the hearts of men". Solomon's Builders pg. 5 ;; ;