The Transactions of The Scottish Rite Research Society
Heredom is the flagship publication of the Society and has been delivered annually to members since 1992. This is the preeminent publication of scholarly Masonic research, recognized and highly anticipated by Masonic scholars worldwide. It is a peerless collection of the finest and most thought-provoking essays on contemporary and historical Freemasonry, emphasizing the Scottish Rite. This annual hardback volume is delivered directly to members of the Society as a benefit of membership. Each volume contains multiple, in-depth manuscripts of Masonic research, reviewed by the SRRS editorial board.
If you are a writer and have a manuscript that you would like to be considered for publication in Heredom, please contact the editor (S. Brent Morris, PhD, 33°, G.·.C.·.) by EMAIL.
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Sample Heredom publication “The Spurious Rites of Memphis and Misraim”
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‘Indocti discant, ament meminisse periti.’
Let the unlearned learn, let the experts love to remember.
Note: The papers published in Heredom and The Plumbline are the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the opinions of the Scottish Rite Research Society™, the Supreme Council, 33°, S.J., or any other Masonic body. All submissions become the property of The Scottish Rite Research Society.