Many P. Hall’s history of becoming a 33rd degree Scottish Rite Freemason, November 22, 1954

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Manly P. Hall was raised a 33rd degree Scottish Rite Freemason on November 22, 1954, a date that goes with him dying 201-days from his birthday. RIP.

Notice he was initiated on June 28 in history, passed on September 20, and raised on November 22.
Sun = 54 / 9

The masons praise the eastern star, the sun.

And 9-years after his raise date, JFK’s assassination would happen, in ’63, in Dealey Plaza, named after a 33rd degree Scottish Rite Freemason.

Fittingly, from the day Manly P. Hall was passed to raised, November 22, 1954, was 63-days later. Keep in mind that is 9-weeks, like 9-years.

And from the day Manly P. Hall was initiated to being passed, was 84-days later.
Masonry = 84
Jesuit = 84
United States of America = 84
Jesuit Order = 54

The full process for Hall, start to finish, was 147-days later, or a span of 148.
Freemason = 147
Conspiracy = 147
Fraternal = 148


  1. Nicko7 on June 26, 2022 at 2:35 pm

    He was Raised to the 3rd degree, not the 33rd. The only degree a Mason can be “raised to” is the 3rd degree of (Master Mason). The first 3 degrees are always listed as
    Entered (Entered. Apprentice)
    Passed (Fellow Craft)
    Raised (Master Mason)

    I would be curious to know when Manly Hall received his honorary 33rd SR degree though… Im sure its out there.

    Any Master Mason in good standing can apply for Scottish Rite membership, in either the Southern or Northern Masonic Jurisdictions.

    After joining the Scottish Rite, the candidate must complete at least 4 additional degrees before taking the 32nd Degree (Sublime Prince of the Royal Secret)
    The four required degrees are the 4th, 14th and any other two degrees of the candidates choice. The 32nd can then be taken when it is made available by the Grand Lodge. Most do know know that the 33rd degree is an honorary degree given to 32nd degree Scottish Rite members after either years of service to the fraternity, or service to community. Also an interesting side fact is that some Important members of the community, celebrities and those with great societal influence have been made what is called an “at sight” Mason, where they are instantly given the 3rd, 32nd and 33rd degrees (usually in one day) Also do not forget about The York Rite, which is a very popular branch of Freemasonry that is just as broad and present as the Scottish Rite. Additionally, once one has received the 32nd degree they can join the Shrine become a Shriner, which also has additional branches.

  2. Fernando J. González G. on June 26, 2022 at 8:03 pm

    A Shriner is pictured in Gravity Falls —which is awash in negative priming for children—.

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