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Order of Mark Master Masons is an appendant order of Freemasonry
that exists in some Masonic jurisdictions, and confers the degrees
of Mark Man and Mark Master. The administration of this degree
varies greatly from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, though in all
jurisdictions, the candidate for advancement is required to be a
Master Mason to be eligible for this degree. In Europe, Asia and
Australia the Mark Degree is conferred in separately warranted
Lodges under the Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons. Similarly to
Craft Freemasonry, the Mark Degree conveys moral and ethical
lessons using a ritualised allegory based around the building of
King Solomon's Temple. The events of the degree require the
candidate to undertake the role of a Fellowcraft, thus the degree
is seen as an extension of the Fellowcraft Degree and the
philosophical lessons conveyed are appropriate to that stage in a
candidate's Masonic development.
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