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Shawn Eyer

 Member of VSB
Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Jan 13, 2011
Member Since: Apr 03, 2010

Contributions

Affiliations

Primary Affiliation:
  • John F. Kennedy University (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, CA, United States)

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Contact Information

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Virtual Speakers Bureau

Member of VSB Since: Apr 03, 2010
Best Way to Contact: email  Please log in to view contact information
Fees Involved: Negotiable
Technical Formats: Chat, Conference Calls, Discussion Forums, Face-To-Face, Instant Messaging, Online/Video Conferencing
Topics of Expertiese: Freemasonry
Presentation Titles: Freemasonry: Its Philosophical and Spiritual Elements

Education History

  • M.A. Transpersonal Psychology (06/2000)
    John F. Kennedy University
  • B.A. Psychology and Religious Studies (05/1996)
    The Defiance College

Positions

  • Editor (07/2009 - Current) Philalethes: The Journal of Masonic Research and Letters

Publications

  • Eyer, Shawn. (2010). Ahiman: A Review of Masonic Culture & Tradition, Volume 1. Plumbstone.

Associations

  • Association for the Study of Esotericism
    Member 11/2010 - Current
  • European Society for the Study of Esotericism
    Full Member 01/2010 - Current

Teaching Experience

  • Initiation and Spirituality in the West (Spring 2004)
    John F. Kennedy University - Philosophy and Religion
    Examining the role of initiation in Western culture from ancient times to the modern era, with emphasis on contemporary initiatic traditions such as Freemasonry.