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Originally posted by nimda
we all know that there is multiple masonic rite
but i would like to know if there is a rites named
solomon's rite & if yes a little detail plz, thx .
Originally posted by MrNECROS
That the 13th Degree isn't sometimes called "The Royal Arch of Solomon"
or that it is a significant degree (delivers a moral), that it has two preceding degrees that contribute to it or maybe the idea that Freemasonry is not completely uniform in all its guises?
Originally posted by Masonic Light
The 13° of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite in both Jurisdictions of the United States are styled "Royal Arch of Solomon", and the two ceremonies have many similarities. However, it is not uniform; actually, in some jurisdictions of the Rite, the degree is called "Royal Arch of Enoch", with no references to King Solomon in the ceremony.
In any case, the degree belongs to the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite; in regard to the gentleman's original question, it is irrelevant in regard to a Solomonic Rite, although this title could perhaps be used to describe the Blue Degrees.