Discr eet Master , 4º
. The index and the middle finger of the right hand placed together on themouth; in reply the same sign is made with the left hand.
. Take the right hand with the grip of a Master, advance the hand to the elbow,pressing the arm seven times, and at the same time advance the right legs until theytouch at the interior.
. Seven knocks by 6 and 1.
. As in the 3rd degree.
. Three times twenty-seven.
. A blue tunic, white apron attached by black cords; the flap of the apron isblue, with an embroidered eye; in the middle of the apron are two branches, one of laurel and one of olive; forming an open crown, and in the middle the letter Z; bluesash, interwoven with black, worn crosswise, at the bottom of which is hung an ivorykey with the letter Z.
. Zisa, (splendid) so named after the son of Jonathan.
. 1st word Iod; this word in cabalistic form signifies God, principle,unity. 2nd word Adonai (God). 3rd word Ivah. These words are derived from thecabalistic form of the word Jehovah, which being combined in various manners,always gives one of the names of God; this ineffable name was one of the mysteries of the interior of the Temple.
P er fect Master , 5º
. Raise the hands and the eyes towards Heaven, and lower thehands by crossing them on the breast, at the same time looking at the ground.
. Advance the feet slowly until the toes touch and bend theknees forward until they touch; place the right hand on your heart, and the left handon the breast of the one proving you.
. Take each the right hand, thumb in the form of a square, and place the lefthand on the right shoulder of the other.
. Four equal knocks.
. One year at the opening of the work and seven years after work is suspended: inall, eight years.
. Form a square by placing the four feet together.
. Blue tunic, green sash with silver fringe.
. Jehovah (I am that I am.)