Former Grand Treasurer then Deputy Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of France, Louis Trebuchet has relinquished his duties as Worshipful Master of the National Research Lodge of the GLDF, Marquis de La Fayette, to devote himself to the scientific committee of ICOM.
In 1973 Louis Trebuchet abandonned his career in IT to cultivate the metier of wine production in Burgundy, and created his own maison de vin in 1984. His colleagues elected him as the head of the ‘Interprofessional Office of Burgundy Wines’ from 1989 to 2001. For several years, he assumed the chairmanship of the ‘National Committee of Wine Interprofessions of A.O.C.’ From 1995 to 2001 the presidency of the Regional Committee of Tourism of Burgundy was in his trust.
He discovered Freemasonry in the Grand Lodge of France in 1990, and contributed for more than twenty years to the review of his obedience, Points de vue initiatiques, and become its editor in 2006. In 2001 he retired from the world of business and gradually gave up all his professional roles in order to devote himself to new career of Masonic reflection and writing.
- The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, its history and its symbols.
- The influence of the Stuarts into the birth of freemasonry in France.
- The very specific spirituality of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite.
- A path towards spirituality for a civilization which relinquishes religions.