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  • Subject is exactly "Cerneauism."

Manifesto issued by Emanuel De La Motta 1814.pdf
Manifesto issued by Supreme Council member Emanuel De La Motta. Dated 1814. Manifesto issued by Emanuel De La Motta and the Charleston Supreme Council declaring Joseph Cerneau to be an "Imposter of the first magnitude" and his Masonic works to be…

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A Rose Croix certificate issued to Hector Coffin on January 22, 1821, by the Souverain Chapitre les Amis de la Paix, a Rose Croix chapter based in Charleston, South Carolina, and subordinate to Joseph Cerneau's Grand Consistory of the United States…

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This manuscript certificate issued to Edmund B. Hays appoints him as First Lieutenant Grand Commander of the Supreme Council for the Northern Jurisdiction of the Western Hemisphere or the Atwood Supreme Council. The certificate is dated November 19,…

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This manuscript certificate issued by the Sovereign Grand Commander of the Supreme Council for the Northern Jurisdiction of the Western Hemisphere, Henry C. Atwood, appoints Edmund B. Hays as his successor-in-waiting. Upon Atwood’s death in 1860,…

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32° certificate issued by the Supreme Grand Council for the United States of America, Its Territories and Dependencies (Seymour-Peckham) to Dillard H. Clark, dated April 2, 1888.

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An unused sheet of stationery created by a group of Cerneau inspired Freemasons from the Valley of New York.

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A circular letter from Sovereign Grand Commander Albert Pike of the Southern Jurisdiction. Dated November 1, 1883. In this document, Sovereign Grand Commander Pike denounces the actions of three spurious Supreme Councils located in the cities of New…

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A letter from Sovereign Grand Commander Albert Pike of the Southern Jurisdiction. Dated October 31, 1883. In this letter, Sovereign Grand Commander Pike explains his decision to expel Frederick Widdows for violating his oath to the two legitimate…

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A circular letter from Secretary General William M. Ireland entitled “A Statute in regard to spurious Masons of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite.” Dated after 1882. In this document, Irelands announces the enactment of a statute that warns…

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An invitation to the first anniversary celebration of Washington Consistory, No. 7 (Cerneau), of the Valley of Washington, D.C. Dated October 8, 1884. In this document, Commander in Chief Harrison Dingman and Grand Secretary H. Harvey Hazard invite…