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The Golden Dawn Source Book - $22.95 - Edited with an Introduction by Darcy Kuntz and Preface by R.A. Gilbert. Offers the Early and Later Golden Dawn letters (letters from both the early and later Orders pertinent to these studies), the Sprengel-Westcott Letters, early Golden Dawn Historical Lectures, the Warrant of the Isis-Urania Temple; much other historical material. First published comprehensive translation of the Golden Dawn mottoes including the heretofore unknown American members.

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Every State's Supernatural Claim to Fame - Movoto

This Awesome Map Shows Each State’s Supernatural Claim To Fame

Every State's Supernatural Claim to Fame - Movoto<<< At first glance, I thought the ghost for 'Paranormal' was the TARDIS.

The Complete Golden Dawn Cipher Manuscript - $19.95 - Introduction by R.A. Gilbert. Deciphered, Translated and Preface by Darcy Kuntz. The first translation of the Symbolic Ciphers that propelled the Order of the Golden Dawn onto the magical scene in the London of the 1890's. Illustrated with 60 Cipher Folios.

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Allan Bennett (1872–1923) was an English occultist and a principal member of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Allan Bennett was regarded by his peers

Allan Bennett was an English occultist and a principal member of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Allan Bennett was regarded by his peers

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Hidden Treasure Dental Hand Silhouette Gift Album by W. Whitslar (Cleveland, Ohio, ca. Album of gelatin silver photographs, including this palmistry diagram.

The Fifth Kingdom Man is adapted from a talk given by Walter Russell in 1946. As early as 1921, Walter Russell used the term "New Age" to describe what he foresaw as the "Dawn of the Cosmic Age," the age in which peace, harmony, love, beauty and creative action would prevail through the wisdom of the comically enlightened Fifth Kingdom Man. - + pdf: http://abundanthope.net/artman2/uploads/1/THE_FIFTH_KINGDOM_MAN.pdf

The Fifth Kingdom Man is adapted from a talk given by Walter Russell in 1946. As early as 1921, Walter Russell used the term "New Age" to describe what he foresaw as the "Dawn of the Cosmic Age," the age in which peace, harmony, love, beauty and creative action would prevail through the wisdom of the comically enlightened Fifth Kingdom Man. - + pdf: http://abundanthope.net/artman2/uploads/1/THE_FIFTH_KINGDOM_MAN.pdf

The Magical Writings of Florence Farr  Introduction by Caroline Wise. Edited by Darcy Kuntz.  This book contains most of Florence Farr’s published magical texts including a facsimile of the "Magical Calendar." Also included are her magical writings for the Order of the Golden Dawn using her motto: "Sapientia Sapienti Dona Data" (Latin: "Wisdom is a gift given to the wise").   $24.95

The Magical Writings of Florence Farr: The Golden Dawn Legacy Vol.

The Golden Dawn Court Cards.  By W. Wynn Westcott and Illustrated by Moina Mathers. Introductory Note by Anthony Fleming.  For the first time you will see original set of the Golden Dawn's own court cards reproduced from the Westcott originals. Includes the original Second Order coloring guide and Florence Farr's Second Order notes. Notes and additional material by Darcy Kuntz.  $9.95

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Secret Knowledge of the Neophyte By S. L. MacGregor Mathers and Paul Foster Case. Introductory Note by Anthony Fleming. Edited by Darcy Kuntz. This work contains the addresses given to Neophytes of the grade, 0 = 0 by such luminaries as R.W. Felkin, Paul Foster Case, Lilli Geise, S.L. Mathers, and Harriet Felkin. Included also is the Allocution for the Neophyte Grade that was written especially for the Stella Matutina by A.E. Waite. $9.95

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