Fellow craft degree!

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  1. SeattleMason0613

    SeattleMason0613 Registered User

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    I have my fellow craft degree tonight really excited and nervous should be a long night but a memorable one I hope!


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  2. crono782

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    You will surely enjoy it brother. The FC degree has some serious meat to it which you'll realize once it has soaked in (and also if you progress into the Capitular degrees later).


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  3. broglover79

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    Congrats I'm FC now waitin for the date on my master degree


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  4. SeattleMason0613

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    Yes I can't wait ready to get off work, take a nap and just experience


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  5. Brother JC

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    It's a wonderful experience. Congratulations!
     
  6. NativeSteel

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    I loved the FC !! I can tell I'm getting more and more light. I did mine last week.

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  7. PLAH3

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    I am a FC now and there is a lot to know. Good luck!


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  8. SeattleMason0613

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    Just waiting to be assigned a mentor so I can dive into the cypher work, I am studying the lecture and tools now


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  9. PLAH3

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    Also some places require the 47 problem so that'll be important. What other blue lodge organizations are there aside from PHA and mainstream?


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  10. SeattleMason0613

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    47 problem?


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  11. crono782

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    Don't worry about that now.
     
  12. PLAH3

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    Yea like I said it probably different by lodge because we learned it.


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  13. SeattleMason0613

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    We kind learn stuff on our own, we do a lecture after the degree and the rest is up to us to learn we get a mentor and study the PL and WT and obligation


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  14. SeattleMason0613

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    We are starting a fireplace side fellow craft discussion group, this could be something I can research and present at


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  15. hidonmesahj

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    How long is the average response time from petition to decision?

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  16. SeattleMason0613

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    Well you petition they read it at stated, they assign an investigative committee and then vote on you at the next meeting so depending on how often the lodge you petition meets. Mine took about two months, but there is no rush what so ever


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  17. hidonmesahj

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    I've waited over a year to formally petition a lodge that I thought suited me & so I could gain some insight into what it is I would be getting involved with. Patience is really no issue, I was just curious bc I never actually petioned until about a week ago. But thx.

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  18. SeattleMason0613

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    Ask the guys at your lodge!


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  19. hidonmesahj

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    Thx. For your help, bro.

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  20. dfreybur

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    The 47th problem in Euclid's geometry textbook The Elements is also known as the Pythagorean Theorem. As it is a mechanism to create a square it is deeply symbolic and significant to Masonry. There are even jurisdictions that use it as the Past Masters emblem.
     

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