Originally Posted by moriahmountaineer
This must be one of those things where US masonry and UK masonry are very different - what do you have to do to get a "Master's ticket"? I thought the only criterion was to be a Master Mason in good standing...
Obviously, I'm not expecting you to breach your oath of secrecy - you don't have to be specific!
Yeah, I don't know about the British Freemasons, but here in the States you have to be able to Open/Close a Lodge in all 3-degrees, confer all 3-degrees, give the lectures, conduct a stated/business meeting, pass a test on the code & digest (by-laws), and raise a Master Mason. It took me almost a 1-year and a half to do it all.