Thursday, May 19, 2011

Scottish-Ecossais Rite

Welcome to the Grand Consistory Scottish-Ecossais Rite!
The Scottish-Ecossais Rite is considered more progressive on the matters of race, religion, sexual orientation or creed.
The newly forming Scottish-Ecossais Rite will give potential candidates a fresh view of what Free-Masonry and Scotch Free-Masonry truly is; Liberty, Fraternity and Equality. And teaches against hate and persecution yet to teach but men character, honor and truth.
The degrees Scottish-Ecossais Rite date from around 1744 and came from the Chevalier de Bonneville when he established a chapter of high degrees called the Chapter of Clermont or The Rite of Perfection, in honor of Louis Of Bourbon, Prince of Clermont, and at that time Grand Master of the fraternity in France.

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