Lessons in Capitular Masonry and the Capitular Rite 1929

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Kessinger Publishing, 2003 M05 1 - 84 pages
1929. This volume contains two pamphlets entitled: Lessons in Capitual Masonry; and the Capitular Rite. "Lessons" intends a dual purpose: to marshal before the student of Masonry the essential factual material necessary for him to know in a unified way the composition of the structure of Capitular Masonry, and to have the interpretation of these symbols so clearly defined and explained that with their comprehension will come a greater vision of the beauties and truths of Royal Arch Masonry. "The Capitular Rite" is a statement of the place of the Royal Arch Degree in the York Rite and its relation to the system of Masonry as practiced in the ancient city of York, England. It contains a brief history of the origin and development of each of the Capitular Degrees and a discussion of their symbolism and Masonic significance.

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