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Scottish Rite / Northern Masonic Jurisdiction

WHO CAN JOIN THE SCOTTISH RITE?

Delaware AF & AM Masons can petition 60 days after receiving their Master Mason Degree. Other states allow their new Master Masons to petition immediately after the conferral of their Degree.

WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BECOMING A 3° VS. BECOMING A 32° MASON?

A candidate for the first three Degrees of Freemasonry must undergo an involved process of petitioning a Lodge, then an investigation of his character and worthiness to join our Fraternity. Following a secret ballot comes the actual conferral of three Degrees. A minimum of at least 30 days must elapse between Degrees during which candidates are required to learn the rules and procedures of our ancient and honorable Fraternity before advancement. Since a candidate for the Scottish Rite is already a Master Mason he can petition and most assuredly be accepted for membership. The process of going from a 3° to a 32° differs substantially where only a few of the 29 Degrees of the Scottish Rite are conferred and very little memorization is required of the candidate receiving his 32° in a relatively short period of time with a group of other Masons and quite often several Brothers from the same Lodge go through the Degrees together.
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WHERE DO I GET MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE SCOTTISH RITE?

After looking through this website you might "Google" Scottish Rite Masonry Wikipedia and read their impartial and fair description. You can also go to the LINKS page to the left on the Navigation Bar and check out some of the listings for more information. Please note that we are part of the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction (NMJ) of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite (AASR). Master Masons can also go to the CONTACT page and request that one of our Ambassadors contact you and provide you with a DVD entitled SCOTTISH RITE FOR THE 21st CENTURY-Short Stories for Prospective Members. When you are done you can exchange it for another DVD about the Scottish Rite.
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