Wednesday, March 16, 2016

GL of Tennessee Suspends Recognition of California, as well as of English Grammar

In a remarkable turn of events, the Grand Lodge of Tennessee has not only suspended recognition of the Grand Lodge of California but has overturned the rules of English Grammar



Regarding appendant bodies, please see:
What the GL of CA said about various appendant bodies


Thanks to the Tao of Freemasonry!

Thanks to Greg Hall for sharing the link which clarifies the position with regards to appendant bodies.

4 comments:

Hugo Zorilla said...

If I am reading this correctly, and I'm probably not, does the last paragraph mean that the representatives of Tennessee's York Rite, Scottish Rite, ect... bodies to California are no longer representatives? And if so, does the GL of Tennessee have the authority to do so?

How would this affect multi-jurisdictional bodies, such as KYCH or even the Southern Jurisdiction of the Scottish Rite?

Hugo Zorilla

E C Ballard ஃ said...

Those are all good questions. I assume that while the GL can only speak for the blue lodge, in practical terms, yes, it would mean that. Having no ties there, I will refrain from commenting on more than the Grand Lodge's basic lack of skill in written English.

Gregg Hall said...

You can read here to see what the GL of CA said about various appendant bodies http://masons.informz.net/z/cjUucD9taT01MTAxNDI2JnA9MSZ1PTc5MjYwMjQ5MyZsaT0zMzU2NjMwOQ/index.html

E C Ballard ஃ said...

Thank you for sharing, Greg.