by Laurie Skrivan, St. Louis post-Dispatch, Aug 17, 2022

Members of the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine (or A.E.A.O.M.S) held a parade in downtown St. Louis on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2022. The group, which is in town for its annual convention, describes itself as a “charitable, benevolent, fraternal, and social organization” which “embraces all of the basic fundamental concepts of the Masonic Order”. Parade was held by members of the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine, which is in town for its annual convention. A.E.A.M.S describes itself as a “charitable, benevolent, fraternal, and social organization, dedicated to the welfare and extension of Prince Hall Freemasonry” which “embraces all of the basic fundamental concepts of the Masonic Order”. Imperial High Priestess Dt.

Zena L. Tingle greeted nobles with the Desert of the Bahamas during a parade in downtown St. Louis. Members of the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine, which is in town for its annual convention. A.E.A.M.S. describes itself as a “charitable, benevolent, fraternal, and social organization, dedicated to the welfare and extension of Prince Hall Freemasonry” which “embraces all of the basic fundamental concepts of the Masonic Order”.