Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry

Albert Pike (Author)
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Unabridged version of this book about Freemasonry written by Albert Pike. This book includes lectures for all the degrees. Born in Boston, Massachusetts on December 29, 1809, Albert Pike is asserted within the Southern Jurisdiction as the man most responsible for the growth and success of the Scottish Rite from an obscure Masonic Rite in the mid-19th century to the international fraternity that it became. Pike received the 4th through the 32nd Degrees in March 1853 from Dr. Albert G. Mackey, in Charleston, S.C., and was appointed Deputy Inspector for Arkansas that same year. In March 1858, Pike was elected a member of the Supreme Council for the Southern Jurisdiction of the United States, and in January 1859 he became its Grand Commander. The American Civil War interrupted his work on the Scottish Rite rituals. About 1870 he, and the Supreme Council, moved to Washington, DC, and in 1884 his revision of the rituals was complete.

Product Details

Price
$23.50
Publisher
Lits
Publish Date
October 18, 2010
Pages
524
Dimensions
7.44 X 1.05 X 9.69 inches | 2.04 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781609421090

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