Ancient and Primitive Rite of Memphis-Misraïm
Rite ancien et primitif de Memphis-Misraïm
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.Available with paid subscription only.
Freemasons of the Rite follow an apprenticeship and methodology founded on the knowledge of symbols and that call into question all that has been acquired, always refining perception and developing discernment. As perceptions and vision of the world evolve the Mason has begun the conquest of the self.
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