The Valley of San Jose KSA comes into its own

posted May 14, 2015, 2:16 PM by San Jose Scottish Rite   [ updated May 19, 2015, 3:29 PM ]
The Valley of San Jose KSA comes into its own.    As you read this editorial for the Knights of St. Andrew, A New Cap Badge and Lapel pin  will be worn by Active members of  the Chapter.  References to Scotland, knighthood and honor are noticeable in the design and colors.  The blue and white represent the Saltire likely the oldest known national flag.  As a Christian Order the blood red cross reminding us of our redeemer's shed blood and the blood shed by Valiant Knights in defense of Freedom is present.  The purple thistle, national flower of Scotland is a constant reminder of strength and the Knight, the warrior defender of every freedom.  Of course, the double headed eagle representing the Southern Jurisdiction of the Scottish Rite.
 Membership in the Knights of St. Andrew is open to all 32° Scottish Rite Masons.  Contact any member, wearing the Glen Gary to become a member of this prestigious  chapter of valiant knights.  Join us in Long Beach on June 13 for the Regional Conferral of the 29th Degree.
 Have you been knighted a 29th Degree Mason?  If not, why not?