November 24, 2016
Scottish Rite Research Society
My name is Wayne Swindell 33
Grand Commander In Chief and I am a Life Member of the Scottish Rite Research Society #009844853. I have question about meeting protocol I have researched all of my books and I can’t find an answer in my ritual.
How do I give Grand Honors to the Grand Master or the Sovereign Grand Inspector General when he enters a meeting of the Consistory or Grand (State) Consistory meeting? At our last meeting, I give him an arch of steel. As the Grand Commander In Chief I took my sword out and coming from present to a downward direction three times? Was that the proper salute? I ordered the Grand to be escorted to a place of honor next to me in the East next to me. Please advise or correct me as to the proper procedure.
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Most helpful in my quest to learn the reasons & history of the 11 Brothers & their labors in 1801.
Thank you for the outstanding report on your growth over the years. My blue load is the La Parfaite Union#17 in San Francisco (AKA as the French Lodge) I am a 50 year plus member of my lodge.
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Thank you once again.
Robert Bob Mazeres
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Fraternal greetings...hello all across the Orients from California.
what about the second centenary (1816-2016) of the death of Brother John Mitchell ? Thank You .
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It has come to my attention, that a possible error exists on the Santa Rosa Valley History page. http://www.scottishritecalifornia.org/santarosaaboutus.htm It is possible it should read lodge No. 57 not Lodge No. 47. I realize the information was compiled by various Brothers, but If a correction is in order, I think it will be well accepted.
Jeffrey M. Schloo,32˚
Valley of Santa Rosa Scottish Rite
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I am a member of the Valley of Santa Fe, Orient of New Mexico. Visiting websites to find information about the Knights of the Double Eagle Program. I am trying to start the program in my Valley.
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