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Master of the Royal Secret

Discussion in 'Freemason's Lodge' started by Hyksos, Nov 15, 2010.

  1. Hyksos

    Hyksos

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    Brothers,

    I come to you now as a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason. Went through the reunion this weekend, it was awesome. Very long and sometimes a bit tiring but all in all I was extremely impressed and look forward to getting involved in my valley. Just thought I'd share :)
     

  2. Hyksos

    Hyksos

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    Thank you Brother. So much to learn and so many more degrees to see.
     
  3. freespirit34

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    A very enlightening experience, isn't it. I hope you had a good time and learned much. I've found that the more I watch the degrees and read back through my books, the more "enlightened" I become. I seem to pick up more things and some things seem to make more sense (to me, anyway).
     
  4. Batesmotel

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    Congrats. Our reunion is this weekend. I am in the 8th tomorrow and the 20th friday. Scottish and York rites add a whole new dimension to the fraternity. Enjoy.
     
  5. cop414

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    Welcome brother,
    those degree's are fantastic aren't they?
    I don't get to my reunion's as much as I'd like.
    If you ever get the chance to take part do not turn it down, even a minor part will stay with you...

    Sgt Tim
     
  6. Congrats Bretheren.I was lucky enough to be a participant in two seperate degrees in the Scottish Rite back when I joined.The Brother who volunteered my participation also had me included in one of my Shrine degrees at a later period of time.tom.:cool: