Ohio Council of Deliberation

Ohio Council of Deliberation was established in 1868 and is the governing body for Scottish Rite Masonry in Ohio. The Scottish Rite seeks to strengthen the community and believes that each man should act in civil life according to his individual judgment and the dictates of his conscience. It does not attempt to teach any creed or pretend to be a religion. The Scottish Rite practices universality.

Scottish Rite Masonry

The Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry supplements and amplifies the teachings of the Entered Apprentice, Fellowcraft, and Master Mason degrees, which are conferred in Blue Lodges. The Scottish Rite is sometimes called the University of Freemasonry because it uses extensive allegory and drama in its degrees to explore the philosophy, history, ethics, and ultimate truths that guide Freemasons' lives.

Scottish Rite Degrees

The Scottish Rite confers 29 regular degrees that follow the first three Blue Lodge degrees. The 4º to 14º, inclusive, are conferred by Lodges of Perfection. The 15º and 16º are conferred by Councils of Princes of Jerusalem. The 17º and 18º are conferred by the Chapters of Rose Croix. The 19º to 32º, inclusive, are conferred by Consistories. The 33˚ is conferred only by the Supreme Council, which is the governing body of Scottish Rite Masonry.
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