“Constitution Avenue: The Commercial Cathedral of America and Freemasonry”
at LaFayette-Dupont Lodge No. 19
Naval Lodge Hall, 330 Pennsylvania Ave., SE
Thursday, April 12, 2012, 7:30 pm
Open to the public.
About the speaker:
Dr. Patrick Mendis, 32° and Sir Knight Templar, who authored Commercial Providence and TRADE for PEACE while serving as a visiting foreign policy scholar at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies, is a former military professor and American diplomat during the Clinton and Bush administrations. He is an affiliate professor of public and international affairs at George Mason University and a charter member of the Patriot Lodge # 1957 at George Mason.
About His Intriguing New Book:
This book picks up where Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol left off, giving readers a consummate guide to America and its secret mission in the world. In his foreword to the book, Professor Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, 33° and GC, president emeritus of the George Washington University, writes: “Unlike Dan Brown in The Lost Symbol, Patrick Mendis has a serious scholarly purpose . . . seen through the eyes of the Founding Fathers and the Masonic Architect of the universe.”