What with the casting I’m working on for our show, Quorum, I’ve been thinking about actual secret societies, and how secret they actually are.
Enter Jackie Mansky writing for Smithsonian magazine. Per the article, actual secret societies are often centered around good causes (certainly as far as the members are concerned). Not only that, but these days, they’re aren’t not too secret. Indeed, their existence is often in plain sight even if their purposes might seem mysterious.
Yeah, a traditional secret society in Quorum would totally be a front organization designed to throw people off track.
Or is that what the actual secret societies are doing? </dramatic-chord>