An androgynous society, both sexes, of Masonic adoption, established, says Ragon, at Paris in 1737.
It made great pretensions to high antiquity, claiming that it had its origin in the instructions brought by Pythagoras from Egypt into Greece, and having fallen into decay after the decline of the Roman Empire, it was revived in 1637 by Fenelon, Archbishop of Canbray; all of which is altogether mythical.
Fenelon was not born until 1651.
It was a very moral society, consisting of two Degrees:
- Companion of Ulysses
When a female took the Second Degree, she was called a Companion of Penelope.
- Source: Mackey's Encyclopedia of Freemasonry