Allied Masonic Degrees - The Degrees in The United States

The Degrees in The United States

  • Royal Ark Mariner
  • Order of the Secret Monitor
    • Brotherhood of David and Jonathan: Induction
    • Brotherhood of David and Jonathan: Admission of a Prince
    • Installed Supreme Ruler (OSM chair degree)
  • Knight of Constantinople
  • Order of Saint Lawrence the Martyr
  • Architect
  • Grand Architect
  • Superintendent
  • Grand Tiler of Solomon
  • Master of Tyre
  • Excellent Master
  • Installed Sovereign Master (AMD chair degree)
  • Installed Commander Noah (RAM chair degree)
  • (honorary) Royal Order of the Red Branch of Eri and Appendant Orders, including
    • Man-at-Arms
    • Esquire
    • Knight
  • Ancient Order of Corks (recreational; special rules apply)

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