Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Historic Lecture Golden Dawn

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Book: Historic Lecture Golden Dawn by William Wynn Westcott

The Order of the G.D. in the Outer is a Hermetic Society whose members are taught the principles of
Occult Science and the Magic of Hermes. During the early part of the second half of the 19th
Century, several adepti and chiefs of this order in France and England died, and their deaths caused a
temporarily dormant condition of Temple work. Prominent among these were Eliphas Levi, Ragon,
Kenneth R. H. Mackenzie, author of the Masonic Encyclopedia and Frederick Hockley, possessed of
crystal vision whose M.S.S. we highly esteemed. These and other adepti received their knowledge
and power from predecessors of greater imminence and have handed down to us this doctrine and
system of Theosophy and Hermetic Science of the Higher Alchemy from a series of practical
investigations whose origin is traced to the Fratres Rosae Crucis of Germany, which association was
founded by Christian Rosenkreuz about 1398.

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