Last Name
First NameCourse I completedCourse II completedCourse III completed
AlanisJose A.

09/14/2009

CarterPaul D.
07/21/2009

Dean, Jr.James T.03/05/2014
01/24/2014

Espy, Jr.Robert H.
07/19/2010

Fernandez
Gabriel P.
09/07/2016


Forsyth
Charles R.
05/06/2009

Givens, Jr.James D.
03/27/2013

GuzmanCarlos
10/14/2008

HardinRandy Lee
08/04/2010

HirrillMaxwell K.
12/22/2008

KaneLarry V.
09/04/2014

MaguireAudie L.
02/06/2012

Moss
Kenneth
08/27/2009

Muir
Lloyd D.

02/12/2009

PruettRonald M.
01/14/2010
11/10/2010
QuarmNicholas J.
04/05/2011

RobertsonGeorge G.
10/19/2011

SandfordRichard L.
10/19/2011

Segovia
Ismael B.

01/03/2017

Sherman
William
?

SlackArnold C.
03/18/2009

SmithDanny R.
10/17/2012

TaylorJoseph P.
07/16/2009
05/02/2012
Walker, Sr.James R.
11/26/2008

WatkinsWeldon L.

08/04/2008
































The Master Craftsman Program is an exciting new by-mail correspondence course designed and administered by staff at the House of the Temple in Washington, DC under the guidance and leadership of the Supreme Council, 33° of the A & A Scottish Rite – Southern Jurisdiction. Upon completion of each program, the participant will be rewarded with a medal or pins to denote multiple completions. Currently, there are three programs that are meant to be taken in the following order:


Program I: The Symbolic Lodge will familiarize students with aspects of the development of Blue Lodge Masonry and explore some of its developing symbolism. This will reveal that the "High Degrees" began to develop soon after formation of the Premier Grand Lodge (1717). Albert Pike"s book, Esoterika The Symbolism of the Blue Degrees of Freemasonry, along with Arturo de Hoyos's Scottish Rite Ritual Monitor & Guide (3rd ed.) will be used to demonstrate a rational and philosophical interpretation for much of what is found in craft Masonry.

Program II: Scottish Rite Ritual and History consists of six lessons, utilizing the Scottish Rite Ritual Monitor & Guide by Arturo de Hoyos, 33° Grand Cross, and A Bridge to Light (4th ed.) by Rex Hutchens, 33°, Grand Cross, as its textbooks.

Program III: Scottish rite Philosophy uses Albert Pike's Morals & Dogma, Annotated Edition, by Arturo de Hoyos, 33°, Grand Cross and returns to the ritual of the Scottish Rite to re-explore it on a deeper level, by looking for the moral lesson imparted in each degree and then applying that lesson to one's everyday life. The course consists of 33 quizzes, grouped into 10 sections.


Suggested Order of Programs and Their Associated Texts:


Master Craftsman: The Symbolic Lodge

(1°, 2°, 3°, using Albert Pike's Esoterika: The Symbolism of the Blue Degrees of Freemasonry)

Master Craftsman: Scottish Rite History and Ritual

(4°-32° using the Scottish Rite Ritual Monitor & Guide and A Bridge to Light)

Master Craftsman: Scottish Rite Philosophy

(1°-32°, using Morals and Dogma and Bridge to Light)

You can order your Master Craftsman programs through the
Scottish Rite Store or contact the Secretary’s Office for help. 

If we have omitted anyone, please excuse our error and notify us so we can make the necessary corrections.