Robert L.D. Cooper is a highly acclaimed masonic historian and author, whose extensive research and scholarship has earned him a prominent place in the world of Freemasonry. With a deep passion for uncovering the hidden truths and forgotten stories of the craft, Robert has spent decades studying and chronicling the rich history and traditions of the fraternity.
As a distinguished guest on the Historical Light podcast, Robert shared his vast knowledge and insights into the origins and evolution of Freemasonry, drawing on his extensive experience as a long-serving Past Grand Historian of the Grand Lodge of Scotland. His eloquent and engaging style of presentation provided listeners with a fascinating insight into the unique role of Masonic history in shaping the craft, and its enduring relevance in the modern world.
Robert's contributions to Masonic scholarship are widely recognized and respected, with numerous publications to his credit, including the highly regarded “Cradle of Scottish Freemasonry” and “The Rosslyn Hoax?”. He is also a frequent speaker at Masonic conferences and events around the world, and is highly regarded for his expertise and dedication to preserving and promoting the rich cultural heritage of the craft.