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Daurade

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About Daurade

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    Male
  • Location
    France
  • Occupation
    Teacher
  • Interests
    Scoting, Masonry, history, the arts, beekeeping, gardening
  • Biography
    Former Life Scout and JASM, Brotherhood Member of the OA

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  1. Yes, there were originally 2 degrees. The first was split into two, and "This second half would become known as the Second Degree (making the Vigil the Third Degree). It also defined when a member sealed his membership into the fraternity by becoming a true brother in the fraternity." This would involve an exchange of blood and indeed, the 2nd Degree did become known as the "Blood-Rite". When I became a Brotherhood member, this exchange was symbolic, but at one time they actually pricked the candidates' fingers or cut their hands. The practice was forbidden in 1956 after a 40-year run
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