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March-April 2022 Scottish Rite Journal Cover. Grand Tyler's Sword. Thanks to the Orients of Florida and Missouri, the Supreme Council's Grand Tyler will have a unique sword with a custom display case, as befits the title. We highlight these gifts and this powerful emblem of office on p. 4.
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READ ISSUE In this magazine: Articles— K. Graap, “The Wisest Knows Not How Soon” M. Szramoski, “Abbreviations and Acronyms” M. Dreisonstok, “The Culture of Passover” R. Aldridge, “Jesus: Carpenter, Mason, or General Craftsman?” A. Albright, “Describing the Ineffable: Part 1: INRI” D. Kemble, “The Masonic Table” J. Gutshall, “Br. Jeff Kitsmiller, Jr., 32°, KCCH, Honored[…]

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The Scottish Rite Journal is the bimonthly magazine for members of the Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction. It is published by the Supreme Council, 33°, SJ, USA in Washington, DC.

 

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