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Morals And Dogma

Author: Albert Pike Pages: 573 Published: 1871 THE TWELVE-INCH RULE AND THE COMMON GAVEL. FORCE, unregulated or ill-regulated, is not only wasted in the void, like that of gunpowder burned in the open air, and steam unconfined by science; but, striking … Continue reading

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Introduction to the Ineffable and Sublime Degrees of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite

Author: Unknown Pages: 242 While the degrees of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish rite commence with the Entered Apprentice, FellowCraft or Companion, and Master Mason, all authority over these degrees by the Supreme Councils is waived, and they are exclusively administered … Continue reading

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Can you start the degrees as soon as you petition?

No.  First the petition is presented to the Lodge for acceptance at a regular meeting; if accepted,  it is then filed until the next regular meeting.

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When and what are the degrees?

There are three degrees in Masonry, namely the Entered Apprentice, the Fellowcraft, and the Master Mason, each a little different from the previous one. How often you receive your degrees depends on you and the Lodge schedule. There is some … Continue reading

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