BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ROYAL ARCH QUIZ Number 3

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ROYAL ARCH QUIZ No 3

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  1. Which of the two early Grand Lodges formed the first, “Grand Chapter”?

 

  1. What year was the  first Grand Chapter formed?

 

  1. The Principal Sojourner gives the candidate the passwords leading to this Supreme Degree including their meaning. For one point each, what are the passwords? And what is the meaning?

 

  1. Originally the Royal Arch was a ‘Christian Order’, but references to Christianity began to disappear in the early 19th century and all references were removed when the ritual was drastically amended in what year?

 

  1. The Exaltation Ceremony – Why are there four knocks on the door?

 

  1. Where did Oliver Chapter meet from 1907 to 1945?

 

 

  1. Who in 1766 was the First Grand Principal (also known as Grand Master Z?

 

  1. Which Provincial Chapter was consecrated one hundred and seven years after the birth of a Lodge?

 

  1. Which is the only Buckinghamshire Provincial Chapter which uses Metropolitan Working?

 

  1. In the Royal Arch Province of Buckinghamshire the Addresses at Installation Meeting are given by Members of the Official visiting Executive \ Provincial Representative, from which Royal Arch workings are these taken from?

 

  1. What are the names of the Five Platonic “Regular” Bodies and what do they symbolise?

 

  1. Who was the Primus MEZ of Longueville Chapter?

 

  1. What Happened to Industria Chapter No. 5214?

 

  1. In the Royal Arch Province of Buckinghamshire how many Chapters use Complete Working and what are the names of those Chapters?

 

  1. Rough Scribe or pins to find the name of this Buckinghamshire Chapter?

 

  1. In what year was it made permissible for a companion who is not an Installed Master in the Craft to be eligible for election as Third Principal?

 

  1. In the Royal Arch symbolism there are interlaced triangles sometimes called?

 

 

  1. Where in the Royal Arch can you find a scroll bearing the words “Nil nisi clavis deest” and what does it mean in English?

 

  1. Up to 1936 in the listing of Chapter Officers, the Office of Director of Ceremonies was below which Office?

 

  1. In 1890 where did the joint Royal Arch Province of Berks and Bucks hold its Provincial meeting?