The Rite of Martinism, called also the Rectified Rite, was instituted at Lyons, by the Marquis de Saint Martin, a disciple of Martinez Paschalis, of whose Rite it was pretended to be a reform. Martinism was divided into two classes, called Temples, in which were the following Degrees:
First Temple. 1. Apprentice 2. Fellow Craft 3. Master Mason 4. Past Master 5. Elect 6. Grand Architect 7. Freemason of the Secret Second Temple 8. Prince of Jerusalem 9. Knight of Palestine 10. Kadosh The Degrees of Martinism abounded in the reveries of the Mystics (see Saint Martin).
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