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Royal Arch Masonry Symbols

The Royal Arch Degree is one with several esoteric meanings and symbolism. The Royal Arch degree is an additional degree that Master Masons can go through. It completes the story of the 3rd Degree Master Mason.    Symbols of the High Priest First, we’ll look at symbols associated with the High Priest, which is the title of the presiding officer in the American Royal Arch. Image credit: www.biblestudy.org  Exo 28:4  And these are the garments which they shall make; a breastplate, and an ephod, and a robe, and a broidered coat, a mitre, and a girdle: and they shall make holy garments for Aaron thy brother, and his sons, that he may minister unto me in the priest's office. The...

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How to Learn Degree Rituals Fast

When you become a Master Mason, you can decide to start studying degree rituals and begin your journey through the Masonic chairs to become a Lodge Officer. Most Freemasons learn rituals by attending lodge meetings and studying what they learned from these meetings. As a Mason ascends through the Masonic chairs, he must memorize new parts of the Masonic ritual. The ritual is not that difficult to learn. Millions of Masons all over the world have learned this ritual over the years. They never learned it all at once, and it took a gradual process for them to learn it. How Master Masons Learn Ritual Once you become a Master Mason, you can learn Freemason through the following ways, other...

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The Masonic Third Degree

The Masonic third degree is the Master Mason degree. There is no degree that is higher than this in Freemasonry. The Masonic third degree is not a college degree that can be obtained via the internet. It is not an accredited degree. It can only be gotten at Masonic Lodges. Even though you can’t get the Masonic third degree via the internet, you can read up information relating to it on the internet through blogs and websites like this one. The Masonic third degree or Master Mason degree is the start of continuing education. The source of this knowledge is majorly from Masonic books as there are not many Masonic courses that you can find around. Programs that will be...

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