High Degrees

The Sophisians

The "Sacred Order of the Sophisians" is a Masonic organization of high degrees founded in France in 1800 by generals in Bonaparte's army. Its rituals are inspired by ancient Egypt and the Isiac Tradition.
It was the first Order in the history of Freemasonry to officially initiate women.

 The structure is constituted by three Degrees of the Sophisians. This is the High degree system proper to the “National Grand Lodge of Ancient Egyptian Freemasons.” The structure is managed by a Supreme Council (called “Supreme Pyramid”) composed of Grand Officers presided over by a Grand Isiad who received the authority through an authentic lineage.

Any Master Mason, member of the “National Grand Lodge of Ancient Egyptian Freemasons” can apply for membership and become a Sophisian.