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  1. The interesting contradiction for me is with something like KT, which was practiced in Preceptories opened in Craft Lodges (ie Thos Dunkerley in Pompey) or the ne plus Ultra degrees in Cornwall and Newcastle , or the Baldwyn Rite. Specifically the Mark degrees which are not part of UGLE Masonry because the members of Bon Accord wanted their own GL........these degrees which were once practiced in Craft lodges or bodies opened within a Craft Lodge must surely be able to be described as Masonic whilst not forming part of UGLE Masonry. I fully accept UGLEs definition of what Craft Freemasonry is, but the question (in my eyes) whether a degree or order maybe be broadly described as Masonic is different to what specifically constitutes part of Craft Masonry under UGLE.
  2. As an aside, what criteria would you use Brethren to determine whether an Order is Masonic?
  3. We ever you go and and whatever you do.........
  4. I am pretty sure I married her........
  5. It might be American Armorial for the Gibbs family: https://www.americanheraldry.org/heraldry-in-the-usa/roll-of-early-american-arms/g
  6. Is that Mark and Passing of Veils before HRA a la our Caledonian Brethren?
  7. If you could redesign regular Freemasonry to include any Rite or Order, which ones would you include? Or do you think that having a selection of (relatively) independent Orders to choose after a Craft (perhaps + Mark) and HRA backbone is the best way to do things.......
  8. And Scientific No.88 and Isaac Newton 859 in Cambridge too......
  9. If they came and saw our Demo of the Irish 1st they might? Point or points more accurately
  10. 3GP441


    Is that forty and two, or two and forty?
  11. 3GP441


    Hi Here is a good place for answers, ask away
  12. Welcome Jake! Castle Grove is a lovely building, and I have happy memories of visiting there and dining at Bryans fish bar afterwards. Welcome to this forum too, there are lots of enthusiastic and knowledgeable UK masons here so never be afraid to ask a question or for advice...... I look forwards to hearing of how you progress Jon
  13. Sentience, Come to Cambridge for a visit sometime, either Sontaran, David or myself can arrange a Lodge meeting. We are a good bunch, the Province is small and happy and you'll enjoy it S&F Jon
  14. Hi Eric, Welcome from me too, I live in Cambridge, hail from near Pompey and have maternal family in Kirkbride near Annan! Enjoy being a FC, FM is a long race and not a sprint, so it is worth taking time to enjoy each stage that you pass through; IME you will look back and understand some of the lessons of a Degree many years after taking it. Do ask questions here if you like, the posters are a nice bunch and a wealth of (mostly useful 😁) knowledge! I hoe that someone has directed you towards the UGLE Solomon website as it is a great learning tool too (https://solomon.ugle.org.uk).
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