E.A. about to be FC

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Bro. A, Dec 31, 2018.

  1. JanneProeliator

    JanneProeliator Registered User

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    Great news brother.
    Enjoy the degree and it's beauty. Listen carefully. There is lots of information and ecudation in this degree.
     
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  2. Keith C

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    As others have said, congratulations on passing your proficiency and enjoy the FC ritual.

    Next month will be my first time conferring the FC Degree, so I share some of the nervous anticipation with you!
     
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  3. Bro. A

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    Thanks Brother. I'm looking forward to it.
     
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  4. Bro. A

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    Thank you Brother, I'm looking forward to it. And good luck with conferring the FC degree. I'm sure you'll do a fine job.
     
  5. Bro. A

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  6. mrpierce17

    mrpierce17 KOP Council director / Lodge instructor Premium Member

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    Congratulations stay on your study material and never lose sight of the previous degrees as you advance look well to the East my brother


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  7. Bro. A

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    Greetings my brother and thank you. I've been told that by many other brothers as well. I will take that great advice and stay focused. I'm taking The Craft VERY seriously and trying to learn as much as I possibly can.
     
  8. mrpierce17

    mrpierce17 KOP Council director / Lodge instructor Premium Member

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    Take your time and soak it all up it’s not a race it’s a journey you will be a mason for the rest of your life


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  9. Bro. A

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    So Mote It Be
     
  10. Bro Sony

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    Welcome to the forum Brother!
     
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  11. Bro. A

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    Thank you brother
     
  12. Bro. A

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    Greetings brethren,
    New update....I was passed to F.C. last Monday and it went very well. I turned in my proficiency for F.C. tonight and that went very well. I was informed that I will be raised to the sublime degree of M.M. in 2 weeks.
     
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  13. Bloke

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    Congratulations Brother and a belated Welcome.

    Some trivia - you might be interested to know here you cannot be raised as a Master Mason for not less than 52 weeks after becoming a Freemason - in GL of Chile, you must spend not less than a year as a EA, then another year as a FC, another year as a MM... there are pros and cons to that, but what really matters is how you live the values of Freemasonry for the rest of your life, regardless of how long it took you to be passed and raised..

    Enjoy the journey - and may it be long and happy!
     
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  14. CLewey44

    CLewey44 Registered User

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    Any thoughts on the FC degree? As I go along, it's probably my favorite degree in BL.
     
  15. Bro. A

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    Greetings Brother and thank you for the welcome.
    That is some interesting information... that way you learn ALOT more about each degree and you're more proficient in the work and craft. Thanks for that bit of insight brother.
     
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  16. Bro. A

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    I'll say this... as an E.A. you're a young boy starting out in life. Everything is new and exciting but hard work at the same time. F.C. is the point you become that mature young man that has a bit more knowledge and you start to understand the things you were taught as that young boy. You start to apply those principles to your everyday life. That's how I see it. But overall I like this degree and I'm still studying it even though I've turned in my proficiency.
     
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  17. dfreybur

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    Welcome again to the family twice adopted Brother.
     
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  18. Bro. A

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    Thank you my brother. I'm on my way!!!
     
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  19. HerrickMusic

    HerrickMusic Registered User

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    Congratulations of course brother! What book did you get this from?


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  20. Bro. A

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    Thank you my brother.
    This is where I got that from...
     

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