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Dago Rodriguez
(1 Episode)

Dago Rodriguez is a highly regarded figure within the Masonic community, with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the traditions and values of Freemasonry. As an author, managing editor of the Fraternal Review, and a frequent lecturer, Rodriguez has made significant contributions to the study and preservation of Masonic history and philosophy.

As a guest on the Historical Light Masonic Podcast, Rodriguez has shared his unique insights and perspectives on a wide range of topics related to the Masonic fraternity. His deep understanding of the principles and values of Freemasonry have helped to inspire and motivate a new generation of Masonic leaders and scholars.

Rodriguez has also been recognized for his leadership within the Masonic community. As a two-time Past Master of the South Pasadena Masonic Lodge, he has demonstrated a deep commitment to the principles and values of Freemasonry, and has worked tirelessly to promote these values within the lodge and the wider Masonic fraternity.

In addition to his work as a writer and editor, Rodriguez has also been involved in a variety of other Masonic activities. He is the co-chairman of the Illumination Lecture Series, an important forum for the discussion of Masonic philosophy and tradition, and has been the recipient of the Hiram Award, one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a Mason.

Rodriguez's contributions to the study and preservation of Masonic history and philosophy have been invaluable to the Masonic community. His dedication to the principles and values of Freemasonry, and his commitment to sharing these values with others, have helped to inspire a new generation of Masonic leaders and scholars.