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Ancient Reformed Rite

A Rite differing very s1ightly from the French Rite, or Rite Moderns, of which, indeed, it is said to be only a modification.

It is practiced by the Grand Lodge of Holland and the Grand Orient of Belgium. This Rite was established in 1783 as one of the results of the Congress of Wilhelmsbad.

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