Tonight the Idaho Rose Circle hosted the second Aspirant's Circle, this one was for the Magic Valley in Idaho; the first one occurred in Boise and was well attended. With the Societas Rosicruciana In Civitatibus Foederatis (SRICF) taking root in Idaho, I decided to hold an information night known as an Aspirant's Circle. I got this idea from the inaugural Rocky Mountain SRICF Regional Conference where the Chief Adept of Arizona discussed a similar meeting held in Phoenix. The Aspirant's Circle in Idaho is meant to be a casual, open form for Master Masons to get an introduction into the Society.
The meeting includes two presentations: 1) An Introduction to the SRICF and 2) An Introduction to Rosicrucianism. Attendance doesn't guarantee an invitation to the SRICF, but it gave the Idaho Fratres an idea of who is interested in Rosicrucianism as well as those who fit the aims and objects of the Society. Tonight was well attended and I had a great discussion with the Brothers.
Tonight, I had two other Fratres assist me. One of the attendees was the Right Worshipful Deputy Grand Master of the Grand Lodge AF&AM of Idaho who will be initiated into the Grades of the First Order (I° - IV°) Sunday into the Wyoming College before transferring membership to the Idaho Rose Circle. Now, it's time for bed so we can get onto the road bright and early for Wyoming.