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Documents of Mirecourt by editor Gerry L.…

Documents of Mirecourt

by editor Gerry L. Prinsen

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Mirecourt's collection consists of hand written rituals, mainly containing material prior to 1760. Due to its importance, several publications have been devoted to it. Latomia 70 regroups, in French transcription with a Dutch translation, the booklets containing the rituals of Fendeur du Devoir; Perfect Master; Small Elect; Apprentice, Fellow, Ecossais Master, and Grand Ecossais de Montpellier; English Master; and Knight of the East. Latomia 80 similarly brings together Knight of the West; Sublime Ecossais; Worshipful Master of Lodges; Apprentice, Fellow and Master Architect; Knight of Rose-Croix; Grand Inspector Grand Elect C K S; and Sublime Philosopher. These represent some sort of system but some of the rituals, for instance Grand Inspector Grand Elect, have only the Lecture. It should be noted that this last document has been "updated" in a different hand by the insertion of the word Kadosh in various places. The antiquity of the originals can be judged by the document comprising Apprentice, Fellow and Master Ecossais; these rituals are practically identical to those used in Lille in 1749.

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