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"The Spirit of Freemasonry"
January 18, 2018 to March 01, 2018
Four months ago, the Supreme Council announced that a new book by the Scottish Rite Museum and Library would be published soon. “The Spirit of Freemasonry” is now available and has received complimentary reviews from the most illustrious Masonic book critics.
Brother Oussayef, the translator and annotator of this text, states that he “believes that our brethren will highly enjoy reading the translation of this rare French historic document. Its content is at times archaic and aged, sometime naïf, but most of the time intellectual stimulating because it makes the origin of the Scottish Rite come alive and give us a better understanding of the rich history of our fraternity.”
The book can be obtained by visiting the webstore at www.scottishritenmj.org, or by clicking the button below. This new text retails at 75$ per unit.
Supreme Council's New Website!
January 19, 2018 to February 28, 2018
The Northern Masonic Jurisdiction is finished updating their website! The new site is aimed to be more streamlined and user-friendly for members! This new site can be found at the same web address but looks much different.
This new site offers members many new opportunities. These include: the ability to update personal information, view the history of the degrees you have attended, and pay your dues online in an easier manner. Additionally, you will have access a vast database of members-only content and the upcoming discussion forum.
Registering for the new site is a quick process that can be done through this link! If you need any assistance in registering for the site, please reference this blog post which will take you through the steps!
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The Bodies of the Scottish Rite, sitting in the Valley of Boston, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, acknowledge and yield allegiance to the Supreme Council, 33°, of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry for the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction of the United States of America, whose Grand East is in Lexington, Massachusetts.