Ancient and Primitive Rite of Memphis-Misraïm

Rite ancien et primitif de Memphis-Misraïm

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1881, under the influence of General Garibaldi, on merger of two rites: Rite of Misraïm, first referred to in 1738, developed by Joseph Balsamo, called Cagliostro, who gave a patent to this Rite in 1788; Rite of Memphis, constituted by Jacques Etienne Marconis de Nègre in 1838 as a variant of the Rite of Misraïm. Merger came into effect in 1889.


As a Masonic rite that is traditional, symbolic and spiritual, be associated with the principles of tolerance and liberty. Follow an initiatic quest founded on: a spiritual and deist orientation; a vocation to preserve and transmit philosophical reflection on symbols of Ancient Egypt and on the Hermetic, Gnostic, Kabbalistic, Templar and Rosicrucian currents that have marked Western civilization.


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