We practice ANCIENT AND ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE, the most well-known masonic rite in the world. The prestige of this rite is rooted in the legend of Knight Templars refugees in Scotland on Mount Heroden, during the reign of King Robert Bruce.
The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite has 33 Masonic degrees, each with its own name, marked by Masonic symbols. The first three degrees (apprentice, calf or companion and master) are part of the so-called "Blue Masonry", whose works (Blue Lodge) form Great National Lodges, and the others being part of Masonry of High Degrees.
The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite belongs to the Knights' Orders and is the heir to the Masonic traditions, keeping all the principles, moral force and discipline of the Order with holiness. It was constituted in its present form on the basis of the Great Constitution of 1801.