The Scottish Rite Journal (ISSN 1076-8572) is published bimonthly by the Supreme Council, 33°, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry of the Southern Jurisdiction, United States of America, 1733 Sixteenth St., NW, Washington, DC 20009-3103.
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Articles in regard to Masonry in general or Scottish Rite in particular are invited. Whenever possible, relevant photographs illustrating the article (length: 1,000 to 1,500 words), the author’s brief biography (100 words or less), and a close, formal portrait should accompany each submission. See examples in any issue. Also, articles should be typed, double-spaced, and accompanied by a disk record in PC or MAC format or via e-mail to Ill. Brent Morris, 33°, Grand Cross, Managing Editor, to: email@example.com.
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In this magazine:
- B. Morris, “Confessions of an Accidental Editor”
- M. Edwards, “The Most Interesting Man in Masonry: Lunch with S. Brent Morris
- “Passing the Editorial Torch”
- R. J. F. Elsner, “Bible Study for Freemasons: Laying the Foundation of the House in Zechariah 4:1–14”
- S. Weissenberger, “Quietism and the Divine Spark
- B. Ruli, “A Castle in the Nation’s Capital: Celebrating the Smithsonian’s Masonic Past on the Institution’s 175th Anniversary”
- M. Dreisonstok, “Royal Mint Commemorates Sir Walter Scott, Scottish Mason”
- M. Szramoski, “Designs on the Trestleboard “
- M. Edwards, “Houdini Redux”
- L. Walsh, “The Book of Rites and the Ritual Cultivation of Propriety”
- Plus: 2021 Biennial Session Announcement; Sovereign Grand Commander’s Message; Chips from the Quarry; Current Interest; Notes from The Northern Light; Temple Museum Highlight; Rebuilding the Temple Campaign update; Book Reviews; and the Masonic Puzzle!
In this magazine:
- R. Reinhardt III, “On Jacob’s Ladder, the Greatest Is Charity”
- S. Dodd, “Virtual Communication of Degrees”
- B. Ruli, “By the Plumb, Square, and Zoom: Freemasonry in the Age of a Pandemic”
- M. Dreisonstok, “Forgotten Gems in Stories for the American Freemason’s Fireside”
- J. Marples, “Longview Texas: The Importance of Old Masonic Halls in Our Communities”
- A. Gehlert, “The Art of Jean Baptiste Greuze, Masonic Moralist Painter”
- R. Elsner, “Bible Study for Freemasons: Zerubbabel’s Speech on Truth”
- J. Bozeman, “The Secret History of the Book of 1 Esdras”
- M. Szramoski, “‘Returning to Normal’ Post-Covid”
- R. Himmel, “We Hold These Truths”
- P. Brusoe, “DeMolay: Putting Family into the Masonic Family”
- M. Evans, “What’s a Dues Card Worth?”
- Plus: Sovereign Grand Commander’s Message; Masonic Crossword Puzzle; Chips from the Quarry; Current Interest; Notes from The Northern Light; and Book Reviews!