Darren Lorente-Bull

 Up and Coming Publication by Darren Lorente-Bull!

The Other Brotherhood: When Freemasonry Crossed the English Channel




Darren is a Freemason and was a member of the United Grand Lodge from (2006-2014) and joined the British Federation of Le Droit Humain Freemasonry for men and women  (2016) and is currently a member.

Born in London in 1972, raised in Spain until 1998 when he returned to London and read English at London Metropolitan University (previously known as the University of North London).

He is a published author title,  More Light: Today’s Freemasonry for Men and Women.  (2017)  co-authored  (with Julian Rees).

Darren is a prolific writer on the subject of  Freemasonry in both English and Spanish, and has written for the Spanish Masonic website Masonería Española; for the Freemason’s Digest (the digital magazine of the British Federation of Le Droit Humain) and has also written a number of essays for the prestigious Masonic website Pietre Stones Review of Freemasonry. Darren has also appeared in Podcast interviews with AEON GNOSTIC BYTES and THA TALKS.

Darren is also the director and contributor for the digital magazine of the Spanish Reformed Episcopalian Church La Luz Digital Where he has interviewed the celebrated writer and BBC documentary maker Rev Peter Owen Jones.

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He is married with two children and has a keen interest in Japanese culture (his wife being Japanese) and has practised Zazen and spent time on a spiritual retreat in Eihei-Ji (the Soto Zen monastery in northern Japan founded by Eihei Dogen in the 13thC) although he now practises hesychasm or Christian Meditation. He has an interest in the mystical and spiritual aspects of the Christian tradition which he feels have been diluted by cultural inertia and dogmatism but that are definitely worth rediscovering.

Darren’s interest in the Anglican Communion might seem a bit ‘fogey,’ but he believes that in order for Christianity to still be relevant as a spiritual force it must shed all the cultural baggage and prejudice and the Anglican Communion seems to be the only one doing this. Darren also shares a fascination of the Orthodox confession and its mysticism.

Please view an AEON BYTE  podcast interview with Darren Speaking about his title More Light: Today’s Freemasonry for Men and Women.  (2017)  co-authored (with Julian Rees).