Alex G. Powers


Right Worshipful Brother Alex G. Powers is an active fifth generation Freemason based out of Area nine, under the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of Kansas. He is a Past Master of Gardner Lodge No. 65 as well as the Lodge Historian. Brother Powers is also serving two Grand Lodge appointments as District Deputy Grand Master as well as his second term as Director of the Kansas Lodge of Research (KSLOR). While an avid student of various mysteries and rites, Masonic history sparked a deep lying interest in Brother Powers, that has in many ways deepened his connection to the fraternity. In addition to his first book, A History of Gardner Masonic Lodge, being published he is also the host and producer of Historical Light, a YouTube Show and Audio Podcast devoted to illuminating Masonic History. He also regularly promotes, mentors, and lectures on Masonic topics, including practical applications for Historical preservation.

Prepared Topics:
A Fading Legacy: Practical Applications for Preserving Your Lodge History – 35 Minutes
Exploring the condition of most lodges records, how to preserve what we have, recover what we have lost, and better keep records of today as the history of tomorrow.

The Genealogy of Kansas Masonry – 40 Minutes
Explores lineage of Kansas Freemasonry Grand Lodge to Grand Lodge back to the beginning giving a glimpse of what it took to get Freemasonry here and the various jurisdictional influences that make us who we are today.

The Skull – 40 Minutes
Is the skull Masonic? In this presentation we explore the history and symbolism behind he iconic skull in relation to Freemasonry.

Travel Information: No limit on distance. Kindly request that travel related expenses be covered.

Website: – “The Historical Light” Podcast

Availability (In Person or Virtual): Both

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