Wilmshurst University is an imaginary school of Masonic Instruction. It teaches a curriculum consisting of the great philosophy of the ages, a deeper understanding of ritual, and the holistic values related to leadership. Our coursework is designed to build a foundation of accurate historical knowledge, explore the philosophies and learn practical application.
We need $3 million to acquire and renovate this 2-acre property in the Denver suburbs (outside of Littleton, CO) for our new Masonic Retreat and Center for Higher Learning.
Designed to be an accurate study of historical formation of Freemasonry as a speculative order. Graduates will be able to write a paper expounding on the factual history of Freemasonry.
A history of rites and rituals from antiquity to modern times, from dead arcane schools to religious ceremonies. Graduates will be able to write a paper on the history of rites and ceremonies of different cultures and why they exist--what purpose they fulfill.
A coursework on the history of the Renaissance and Enlightenment, its players, the social structures and economies of the day.
A history of Freemasonry and its expansion throughout the western-world, including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United States.
A history of Freemasonry's expansion in the East, including the Asian continents and cultures.
A course on Freemasonry and how it is practiced in post-industrial world. The United Kingdom, Europe and the United States as well as their territories.
The Anti-Masonic Party, Papal Bulls, Inquisition, and the Taxil Hoax. Understanding Freemasonry's critiques.
Explores the Egyptian religion, its concepts, commonalities and possible connections with the modern degree work within Freemasonry.
P101 covers Grecian influences on mystery rites, philosophy and more.
P102 is designed to be a continuation of P101. This class teaches the importance of the Platonic and Neo-Platonic influences across all world religions.
P103- Prerequisites, P101, and 102. Designed to be a deeper understanding of the Neo-Platonic and Platonic Forms.
P104 - Prerequisite P103. Intro to Kabbalah is a course aimed at enriching the student's understanding of basic Kabbalistic ideas.
P105 is designed at exploring elements of ritual that relate to older established philosophical systems. Recommended prerequisite - PT101, PT103.
In this course, the student learns about the many occult orders that have existed in modern history. From splinter, churches to break away societies, and more. The good, the bad, and the ugly.
This course teaches a standard understanding of Freemasonry as a singular and independent system of Occult Philosophy.
An introductory course in the concepts of Mindfulness and its iterations throughout history.
A course in dissecting the words in ritual, understanding context and etymology, and using this as a foundation to understanding it as it was meant to be understood.
A beginner's course in journaling. A heavy influence on the general art of writing, creative discourse as well as sharing ideas of what works best for the individual in whatever they choose to journal about.
A college-level course in Grammar as it relates to the contextual understanding of speech and discourse.
Designed to be a continuation of Grammar PT103, Rhetoric PT104 aims to assist the student in taking apart what has been said in a speech as well as formulate solid arguments for use in a multitude of situations.
The final course in our Trivium series-- Logic PT105 aims to bring together both Grammar and Rhetoric skills to make conclusive statements about the world in which we all live.
Not your typical course in Mathematics. PT106 is designed to be the basis of the Quadrivium. We will learn about the basic concepts of math and the history of Mathematics overall.
Continuing the Quadrivium coursework, PT107 is designed to give a history of the concept of Geometry. Shapes, spacial dimensions and architecture are explored.
PT108 is much more than a typical class in Music. Taught by a graduate in Musicology, this class aims to teach how Music is connected to geometry and mathematics. It will also focus on the exploration of Music as a creative medium.
PT109 is the culmination of PT106, PT107 and, PT108. The course assists the student in recognizing the connections between the Mathematical systems of Time and Space using numbers.
What is Astrology? How does one use it? In this course, the student will get a history, learn how to read, and even create their own astrological charts.
A course which aims at the practical nature of all philosophy. Designed by a world-renowned master, this class teaches modern gentleman to be mindful, polite, and powerful in today's world.
EC300 is designed to be a class that teaches the various elements needed in Academia to write a proper research paper. Citations, Bibliography, Grammar styles, and more.
A course in understanding advanced concepts within physics and comparing them to philosophical concepts which will drive the student to significant revelations about reality.
EC500 focusses on understanding models of membership and predictive crowdsourced analytics. The student will learn how to survey, data integrity, and more.
Designed to be a continuation of the P106 with an emphasis on the art of Tarot. History, meanings and how to interpret the cards are taught.
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