The Amaranth

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 140 pages
1929. A royal and exalted degree in the Rite of Adoption with appropriate ceremonies. The Rite of Adoption was never designed to be wholly embodied within the limit of one degree, but like that great institution into whose fraternal organization it was intended to be adopted, it should teach its lessons step by step, each advancing ceremony to be higher and more instructive in principle and design. The Rite of Adoption is designed to be a real and permanent instruction. This work was prepared to complete the original design of the early promoters of the Eastern Star.

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about the author: Robert Macoy 33 (1815-1895), author of The Book of the Lodge, and True Masonic Guide, was Past Deputy Grand Master of New York and Nova Scotia, Past Grand Secretary of New York, Grand Recorder of the Grand Commandery of New York. He held many other important positions with the Fraternity.

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