Benefits for Masons' relatives.

by Sherrie
(Auburn Hills, MI)

Are there benefits to being a granddaughter of a 32nd degree Mason of the Scottish rite?

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Nov 12, 2018
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by: Bob

First off, very sorry for the long delay. The owner of this site, Tim, has been having some serious family problems.

In answer to your question, there are no material benefits. On the other hand, you have the benefit of being his granddaughter, which is undoubtedly pretty nice.

Apr 11, 2019
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I'm confused
by: Anonymous

What "benifits" could you possibly be looking for?
The thought that you benefit in ANY WAY other than PRIDE from your Grandfather or anything HE did in his life is offensive and childish to me!

From: A PROUD Granddaughter of a 33° Mason and Shriner of the Scottish RITE

Apr 11, 2019
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by: Bob

While I personally appreciate your thought, I think it’s a valid question. People know so little about the Craft and there are so many rumours. Moreover, ‘benefits’ need not be limited to things financial.

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