Ancient & Accepted scottish rite of Freemasonry
Scottish Rite Freemasons, both past and present, from across the State of Washington have worked together and pooled resources to build a foundation that invests in higher education in the State of Washington. Our Foundation was founded in 1958 in order to aid in the advancement of Washington State students, in their pursuit of both undergraduate and post-graduate studies, with the ideal that an enlightened person will be a betterment to all mankind.
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Programs offered and sponsored by the Valley of Seattle
Kyle Grafstrom, 32°
Ian Hyde, 32°
Tom Lamb, 32° KCCH
Dean Markely, 32°
The History of Freemasonry in the Pacific Northwest
The Second Degree and the Argument from Design - 20 minutes
Freemasonry in the Antipodes: Australia and New Zealand - 20 minutes
Freemasonry in the Netherlands - 20 minutes
Noah and his Ark: A cultural perspective - 20 minutes
Why is Scottish in the name Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite - 20 minutes
The Scottish influence on the founding of the USA - 20 minutes
Anti-masonry: is it dead or alive? - 20 minutes
Masonic philately; an enlightening hobby - 20 minutes
Fun with the Square & Compasses - 15 minutes
The Scottish RIte Speakers Bureau consists of members of the Valley of Seattle that are able to give quality presentations to Valleys and Craft Lodges. Please email the individual listed for booking or for more information on their presentations.
The Scottish Rite Master Craftsman (SRMC) program is an exciting by-mail correspondence course designed and administered by staff at the House of the Temple in Washington, D.C., under the guidance and leadership of the Supreme Council, 33°, of the A. & A. Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction, U.S.A.
Part I consists of six lessons, utilizing The Scottish Rite Ritual Monitor and Guide by Arturo de Hoyos, 33°, Grand Cross, and A Bridge to Light by Rex Hutchens, 33°, Grand Cross, as its textbooks.
Part II returns to the texts from the first program in nine quizzes and re-explores the ritual on a deeper level, looking for the moral lesson imparted in each degree and then applying that lesson to one’s everyday life.
Part III The Scottish Rite Master Craftsman: Symbolic Lodge course will familiarize students with aspects of the development of Blue Lodge Masonry and explore some of its developing symbolism. This will reveal that the “High Degrees” began to develop soon after formation of the Premier Grand Lodge (1717).
The course consists of 7 quizzes, after completion of which the participant will receive a certificate and a lapel pin.
Scottish Rite Scholarship Foundation