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Topic: petitioning Scottish Rite
Posted By: js584
Subject: petitioning Scottish Rite
Date Posted: September/09/2014 at 3:52am
After much reflection and self examination I have decided to petition the Scottish Rite.  I really do enjoy doing degree work in my blue Lodge and the fellowship of that Lodge and York Rite is amazing but I desire more Light.  Any advice for a newby?  Northern Jurisdiction btw.  

Jim 



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Posted By: NobleShabba
Date Posted: September/09/2014 at 5:37pm
There is much to explore in the Scottish Rite, and if you want to explore you will get what you seek.

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DISCLAIMER: These are my comments, and mine alone - they do not necessarily apply to any group to which I belong!


Posted By: jdeal
Date Posted: September/09/2014 at 5:53pm
The SR will be my next path. My petition is filled and signed I'm going to wait till the spring class though.


Posted By: Anthony660
Date Posted: September/10/2014 at 2:36pm
I have been a member of the AASR for over 15 years and  I enjoy it. Once my journey to the Oriental chair is over (I will be a PM come November) I plan on getting more involved with the Rite.
 


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Posted By: NobleShabba
Date Posted: September/10/2014 at 3:22pm
Originally posted by jdeal jdeal wrote:

The SR will be my next path. My petition is filled and signed I'm going to wait till the spring class though.
Sounds good, but didn't you just get raised recently?   If so, there is some debate back and forth about the relative merits of spending more time in the lodge before getting involved in Scottish Rite. Speak with some experienced brothers to get their take on it, but of course follow your heart.

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DISCLAIMER: These are my comments, and mine alone - they do not necessarily apply to any group to which I belong!


Posted By: js584
Date Posted: September/10/2014 at 10:10pm
I turned in my petition and fees tonight.  I'm really looking forward to starting this journey.


Posted By: NobleShabba
Date Posted: September/11/2014 at 8:09am
great, keep us updated

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DISCLAIMER: These are my comments, and mine alone - they do not necessarily apply to any group to which I belong!


Posted By: AaronSawyer
Date Posted: October/07/2014 at 5:15pm
When I was raised (Fall '08) I decided that I wanted to wait a bit before going York or SR - Recently though, I've been thinking about them more. I think I will try the Shrine first though.


Posted By: Mosaic
Date Posted: October/18/2014 at 1:19pm
I just started my Scottish Rite journey.

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Posted By: js584
Date Posted: October/18/2014 at 5:28pm
Unfortunately our fall convo was cancelled but we are meeting at my blue lodge on monday where I will watch a few dvd's to start my journey.  A little disappointed but still happy to get started.



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