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The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry is one of several sects of the Freemasons. A "Rite" is an organization that confers a series of degrees upon it's members. Within the Scottish Rite the highest degree a member can earn is 32, the 33rd degree is an honorary one given for exceptional and/or long service to the organization. There are all kinds of conspiracies and rumors surrounding the mysterious Freemasons including a variety of hypotheses about the number 33. The most believable reason, given the historical importance of the Christian faith within the organization, is that 33 was the age of Jesus, the ultimate teacher, at his death. This wide 1940s Masonic Ring features a grooved hoop and a triangular enamel plaque with the number 33. The inside is engraved "Carrol H. Jomot Deus Meunque Jus". The Latin roughly translates to: "God and my moral righteousness". Materials: 14k yellow gold, enamel. Age: c. 1940. Condition: Excellent. Size: US 10, cannot be sized; 10.8mm width. Color: metallic

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