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HIGHER DEGREE DEPARTMENTS

Sovereign Grand Inspector Generals


SGIG Illustrious Conrad Taylor 33rd

SGIG Illustrious Powerful Rahim Allah El 33rd

SGIG Illustrious Scot McMillian 33rd

SGIG Illustrious Daniel Crawford 33rd

SGIG Illustrious Michael Walker 33rd

SGIG Illustrious Brian Leake 33rd

SGIG Illustrious WIlliam Jasper 33rd

SGIG Illustrious Greg Casterlow 33rd


HIGHER DEGREE DEPARTMENT HEADS:

 

Solomon Lodge of Perfection

Thrice Puissant Grand Master -  Ill. Cedric Burns 32nd

 

Jerusalem Chapter #33 Rose Croix

Most Wise and Perfect - Ill Toby Ward 32nd

 

AARON ROD COUNCIL OF KADOSH

Puissant Grand Master - Ill. Samuel Craig 32nd

 

Shiloh Consistory #444

Commander In Chief - SGIG Ill. Daniel Crawford 33rd/95th Noble

 

UMRAH Temple #7

Illustrious Grand Potentate - SGIG Ill. William Jasper 33rd/95th Noble

 


SCOTTISH RITE

 

The Scottish Rite work builds upon the lessons of the Blue Lodge degrees.

A Master Mason may receive 29 degrees - the 4thº through 32ndº - in the Scottish Rite. Degree structure organisation differs somewhat in various jurisdictions throughout the world. The basic purposes and principles remain the same.

Southern Jurisdiction

Lodge of Perfection (Degrees 4-14)

Chapter of Rose Croix (Degrees15-18)

Council of Kadosh (Degrees19-30)

Consistory (Degrees 31-32)

Supreme Council (33rd Degree)

Northern Jurisdiction

Lodge of Perfection - (Degrees 4 - 14)

Council of Princes of Jerusalem (Degrees 15 -16)

Chapter of Rose Croix (Degrees 17 - 18)

Consistory (Degrees 19 - 32)

Supreme Council (33rd Degree)

A 33rd Degree is bestowed on men who have given excellent and outstanding service to Freemasonry or to their communities.

NOBLES OF MSYTRIC SHRINE

 

After a Master Mason has achieved the Thirty Second Degree Scottish Rite or the Knights Templar Degree in York Rite, he can petition to become a Noble of the Mystic Shrine.

The Shrine has always been involved in charitable endeavours

Ancient and Primitive Rite of Memphis Misraïm

  

Among the Masonic Rites, this Rite has occupied a particular position since its origin. It has its place among the Egyptian rites that drank from the source of the ancient initiatic traditions of the Mediterranean basin.

Ancient Arabic Nobles of Mystic Shrine

 

Shrine Petition