Book for Newly-Made York Rite Masons

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  1. QPZIL

    QPZIL Premium Member

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    Hi all,

    Here in North Carolina, every candidate that goes through the EA, FC and MM degrees is given a little (~20-page) book after each degree that explains what they just went through along with some of the symbolism. I really loved that, and I really missed it after going through 9 degrees over 9+ hours, and then not being able to see them again for at least another 6-8 months!

    So, I've written a short (53-page) book, which I've called "A Guide for the North Carolina Royal Arch and Select Master Mason". It's my hope that it'll serve the same purpose for the new York Rite Mason, to help answer the questions "what exactly just happened?" and "what the heck did all that mean?"

    I don't want to just throw up a link for anyone to see, but if you're interested in reading it, shoot me a PM and I'll send it to you. It's aimed mostly at North Carolina York Rite Masons, and some of the history focuses on the Greensboro area where my York Rite Bodies are, but I think anyone would enjoy it.

    Thanks :)
    Ian
     
  2. Stephen K.T. Palestine 20

    Stephen K.T. Palestine 20 Registered User

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    I would be interested in seeing the book, I'm down in Fayetteville with Palestine Commandery #20.


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  3. The Widows Son

    The Widows Son Registered User

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    I'm in Atlanta and I also travel YR..I would love to read it
     
  4. JJones

    JJones Moderator Staff Member

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    I feel the same way brother, I went to a day festival to get my YR degrees and, years later, I'm still struggling to learn more about the symbolism. Would you mind sending me the link as well? I'd be grateful. :)
     
  5. MrDJoyner

    MrDJoyner Registered User

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    Thanks for your commitment in writing the book and the Brotherly Love and Affection that you are demonstrating by your willingness to share with your brothers. I would truly appreciate if you would send me the link to the book as well.


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  6. sprinkles

    sprinkles Registered User

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    I am a mm in Missouri and am thinking about which one I want to started I would love to read the books

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  7. montcalm20

    montcalm20 Registered User

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    I'd love to read it and I feel it would help me understand things much better


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  8. montcalm20

    montcalm20 Registered User

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    Pm me


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