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Rectified Scottish Rite
THE LODGE

The “Augusta e Respeitável Loja Simbólica YESHOUÁ Nº 4518”, lodge of the Rectified Scottish Rite, is the manifestation of a long time project to install the lineages of the Most Excellent Master, Martinez de Pasqually, in Brazilian lands.

Conceived back in 2013, it was officially founded on March 18, 2017, by 9 Brothers willing to establish the true Light of initiation in the Masonic environment by restoring the Order as a school of mysteries and by revealing to its members the Arcana of evolution and the keys to the sublime operations. The Lodge is federated to the “Grande Oriente do Brasil” and it is under the jurisdiction of GOB/RS.

The Rectified Scottish Regime is a system of ascension of the human spirit, a path to reintegration into the original unity. This system begins with the Masonic work established by the Rectified Scottish Rite –which does not owe its name the rectification of any other rite, neither it suggests correction of any tradition. It exists prior to 1778, when it was finally presented in its abiding structure, in Lyon, France, during the Convent of Gaules.

The R.E.R. signals a strong desire to return to the bases of the Order, to its sacred, operative and secret rituals, unleashing the changes in nature capable of generating union with the divine, which is manifest in its Lodges. The meetings of the “Augusta e Respeitável Loja Simbólica YESHOUÁ Nº. 4518” will be discreet and its works will observe the pen of the greater author of the Rite, Jean Baptiste Willermoz.

 
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RECTIFIED SCOTTISH RITE

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BETHEL ATENA N. 01 JOB’S DAUGTHERS INTERNATIONAL

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