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Persian Philosophical Rite

A Rite which its founders asserted was established in 1818, at Erzerum, in Persia, and which was introduced into France in the year 1819. It consisted of seven Degrees, as follows:

1. Listening Apprentice 2. Fellow Craft, Adept, Esquire of Benevolence 3. Master, Knight of the Sun 4. Architect of all Rites, Knight of the Philosophy of the Heart5. Knight of Eclecticism and of Truth 6. Master Good Shepherd 7. Venerable Grand Elect This Rite never contained many members, and has been long extinct.

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