NOT ONLY IS THIS MAN A BREAKDANCER
, he is also a Freemason of the 33rd Degree (I don't know which Rite; it was late), and a master of both Crafts.
HIS NAME is Grand Master Priest Faustus, and I had the honor of seeing him perform at the 215 Festival on Friday at the Society of Free Letts, where he appeared as part of Patrick Borelli and Douglas Gorenstein's "Holy Headshot" project.
HE IS, frankly, the poppingest, lockingest Freemason I have ever met, and also a contemporary of many of the men who invented things like popping and locking. (He did not invent Freemasonry, however. HE IS NOT IMMORTAL. But he did have an amazing square and compass belt buckle, which started our discussion of The Craft)
IF ANYONE has any video of this event, I would be very glad to see it.
That is all.
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