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  1. Occultists are people who study and utilize occult or supernatural knowledge. +2
  2. Occultists are not Satanists, as most Christians believe. Occultists are simply people who study obscure subjects trying to gain knowledge outside of the mainstream. (Web site) +2
  3. Occultists were purged from all areas of public service.
  4. Occultists are fascinated by Rasputin, because of his alleged healing powers, and because he managed to become a favorite of the Romanov-s.
  5. The occultists are "weaving lazy 8's around McCain's mind to make him look confused and like an idiot".

Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa

  1. Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa (1486-1535) is the most influential writer of Renaissance esoterica, and indeed all of Western occultism.
  2. One of these men who emerged at the beginning of the sixteenth century was named Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa. (Web site)
  3. Man inscribed in a pentagram, from Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa 's Libri tres de occulta philosophia. (Web site)

Franz Hartmann

  1. Franz Hartmann (1838 - 1912) was a German physician, theosophist, occultist, geomancer, astrologer, and author of esoteric works. (Web site)
  2. Its members included v--lkisch authors as well as occultists (for example Franz Hartmann and the complete membership of the Vienna Theosophical Society). (Web site)
  3. With the assistance of co-founders Franz Hartmann and Heinrich Klein, Reuss prepared a Constitution for the Order in 1906. (Web site)


  1. Wiligut was baptised as a Roman Catholic In 1889, he joined the quasi-masonic "Schlaraffia-Loge". (Web site)
  2. Wiligut was a contemporary of such men Guido von List and Jorg Lanz von Liebenfels, and was certainly influenced by the work of these great men.
  3. Wiligut was baptised as a Roman Catholic 3 in Vienna.
  4. Wiligut was born in Vienna.
  5. Wiligut was responsible for designing the Death’s Head ring worn by members of the SS.

Karl Spiesberger

  1. Glahn was mentioned greatly in the book Reveal the Power of the Pendulum by Karl Spiesberger.
  2. Among the best-known is Karl Spiesberger, who revived the Armanen Futharkh.
  3. It was had a big influence on later German rune book writers, the best of whom is Karl Spiesberger.


  1. Reuss was a tantric occultist and utopian socialist. (Web site)
  2. Reuss was later associated with William Wynn Westcott, a leader of the Golden Dawn, who later introduced him to John Yarker. (Web site)
  3. Reuss was Provincial Grand Master and most of the 'Illuminati' already mentioned (but not Max Rahn) were appointed Grand Officers. (Web site)
  4. Reuss was also involved in the Congress of the International Masonic Federation held at Zurich in July 1920. (Web site)

Ray Sherwin

  1. I lluminates of Thanateros is an international magical order founded in Germany in 1978 by two English occultists, Ray Sherwin and Peter Carroll.
  2. Ray Sherwin is perhaps the most conventional of the Chaos practitioners. (Web site)
  3. Ray Sherwin dropped out before Pete Carroll went on to form `The Pact'. (Web site)


  1. Runes are the creative energies of the universe. (Web site)
  2. Runes are creative energies. (Web site)
  3. Runes are a German invention. (Web site)
  4. Runes are a Greco-Phoenician influenced script, used mainly in everyday writingv. (Web site)
  5. Runes are for every intelligent being in the universe. (Web site)

Eliphas Levi

  1. Eliphas Levi was convinced that the mystical knowledge encoded in the Bembine Table of Isis was the key to understanding the Book of Thoth.
  2. Eliphas Levi was not the only person to suffer postmortem redactions and come out looking significantly reduced in the translation. (Web site)


  1. Papus was editor-chief at the time of a theosophical journal called "The Veil of Isis".
  2. Papus was 51 when he died.
  3. Papus was also a believer of Saint-Yves' concept of Synarchy. (Web site)
  4. Papus was also a great admirer of the works of Louis Lucas, an alchemist and follower of Levi.
  5. Papus was born in La Coru-a, Spain on July 13, 1865, of a Spanish mother and a French father.

Doreen Valiente

  1. Doreen Valiente is one of the most respected historians of modern Wicca. (Web site)
  2. Doreen Valiente is a name that I am sure every reader will have heard of. (Web site)
  3. Doreen Valiente was perhaps one of the most respected English witches to have influenced the modern day movement of Witchcraft. (Web site)


  1. Etteilla was the first person to get paid for fortune telling with the Tarot cards as his method of divining the future. (Web site)
  2. Etteilla was the first to publish a relatively complete language and grammar for Tarot, a practical methodology for using it; and certain correspondences. (Web site)

German Occultists

  1. This is mainly because his works, although obscure, were nevertheless extremely influential on other German occultists and esotericists of the day.
  2. Back in 1912, several German occultists with radical anti-semitic inclinations decided to form a "magic" lodge, which they named the Order of Teutons.
  3. Formed by several prominent German occultists in 1912, the order, whose symbol was a swastika, had a hierarchical fraternal structure similar to freemasonry.

Carl Kellner

  1. Carl Kellner (Renatus, 1 September 1851 - June 7, 1905) was a wealthy paper chemist and founder of the Ordo Templi Orientis.
  2. It is my conviction that Carl Kellner had as much to do with the O.T.O. as Rudolf Steiner or Franz Hartmann or the Hermetic Brotherhood of Light: Nothing.
  3. In 1895, he began to discuss the formation of Ordo Templi Orientis with Carl Kellner.

Francis Barrett

  1. Francis Barrett was a 17th Century Englishman who was a student of chemistry, metaphysics and natural occult philosophy.


  1. Farrar was initiated into Alexandrian Wicca by the tradition's founders, Alex Sanders and Maxine Sanders.
  2. Farrar is a frequent guest lecturer on the subjects of Wicca, Neopaganism and witchcraft in North America and Europe.
  3. Farrar was born in Essex in 1916. (Web site)
  4. Farrar was initiated into Alexandrian Wicca by the tradition's founders, Alex and Maxine Sanders.
  5. Farrar was sent by Reveille to a press screening of the film Legend of the Witches. (Web site)


  1. Thule was a legendary island in the far north, similar to Atlantis, supposedly the center of a lost, high-level civilization.
  2. The Thule was the "mother" to the German Socialist Party, led by Julius Streicher, and the right-wing radical Oberland Free Corps.
  3. The Thule was the Mother to the German Socialist Party, led by Julius Streicher (image right), and the right-wing radical Oberland Free Corps. (Web site)
  4. Thule is a company that manufactures Roof Boxes, Cycle & Ski Carriers etc. (Web site)
  5. Thule was a a legendary island in the far north, similar to Atlantis, supposedly the center of a lost, high-level civilization. (Web site)


  1. Wicca is a neopagan religion with distinctive ritual forms, seasonal observances and religious, magical, and ethical precepts.
  2. Wicca is a more codified form of modern magic than Neopaganism, again owing much to Crowley and his ilk. (Web site)
  3. Wicca is a modern chapter of witchcraft actually founded by an occult Freemason, Gerald Gardner (1884-1964). (Web site)
  4. Wicca is a neo-pagan religion based on the pre-Christian traditions of England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. (Web site)
  5. Wicca is a Neopagan religion probably originally founded by the British civil servant Gerald Gardner in the 1930s. (Web site)


  1. Alchemy is a force that threatens the world, which feeds on alchemy to survive. (Web site)
  2. Alchemy was a significant cultural current in the sixteenth century, and Dee was an important part of this.
  3. Alchemy was kept alive by men such as Nicolas Flamel, who was noteworthy only because he was one of the few alchemists writing in those troubled times. (Web site)
  4. Alchemy is also known as the Royal Art. (Web site)
  5. Alchemy is also used in many videogames, usually as some form of item creation and often involving the fusion of two or more items.

Thule Society

  1. The Thule society was active as a political and military organization during the brief Barvarian Socialist Coup in 1919-1920. (Web site)
  2. The Thule Society was not open to the middle class or the workers of Germany. (Web site)
  3. The Thule Society was basically a continuation of the Germanen Order, whose first lodge was established in Berlin in 1912. (Web site)
  4. The Thule Society was formed to promote a nationalist reaction against the forces of revolution. (Web site)
  5. The Thule Society was instrumental in this effort. (Web site)

Timothy Leary

  1. Also, on Nevermore's self entitled album there is a song named "Timothy Leary".
  2. However the name is more of a joke than an actual testament to Timothy Leary.
  3. A song called "Timothy Leary" appears on the 1995 album Nevermore by the band Nevermore, lamenting his persecution by authorities.


  1. The Rite was established at the end of the 18th century.
  2. The rite is known as an “enchantment.” Enoch Enoch is described in the Jewish bible and other extrabiblical sources. (Web site)
  3. The rite was disrupted, and the story goes that everyone just went home.


  1. Starhawk is a founding member of the Reclaiming Collective (, a San Francisco community of witches known for its political activism. (Web site)
  2. Starhawk is a harsh critic of the Monsanto Company and the biotechnology industry's efforts to produce genetically modified food products. (Web site)
  3. Starhawk is a nice, middle-aged farmer. (Web site)
  4. Starhawk is a peace activist and a leader in the feminist spirituality movement.
  5. Starhawk is a profound example of spiritual activation -- the place where mind, heart, and spirit join in sacred, conscious action.


  1. Gardner was a Mason who had studied the folklore and magic of various cultures and made the acquaintance of several persons knowledgeable in magick. (Web site)
  2. Gardner was also a friend of J.S.M. Ward, who had published a number of books about Masonry. (Web site)
  3. Gardner was also a friend of JSM Ward, who had published a number of books about Masonry. (Web site)
  4. Gardner was an ideal recruit because he was an expert on all types of weapons.
  5. Gardner was born in 1884, and spent most of his working adult life in Malaya. (Web site)


  1. Kelley was a bit of a mysterious figure with a disreputable background. (Web site)
  2. Kelley was a native of Lancashire, born, according to Dee, in 1555. (Web site)
  3. Kelley was beginning to want prominence. (Web site)
  4. Kelley was later released and wandered throughout Germany, telling fortunes and propagating the cause of magic. (Web site)
  5. Kelley was lost to history after escaping from prison at the end of the sixteenth century.


  1. Parsons was a bit of a wunderkind in two key areas - the occult and rocket science. (Web site)
  2. Parsons is only a small footnote in space science. (Web site)
  3. Parsons was 37 years old when he died, and regarded by many as Crowley's most promising pupil.
  4. Parsons was a brilliant individual who led a colorful and offbeat life. (Web site)
  5. Parsons was a protege of British satanist Aleister Crowley and leader of a black-magic group modeled after Crowley's infamous occult lodge in England.


  1. Jack was deeply devoted to occult practices. (Web site)
  2. Jack was impressed by Ron's exuberance and energy and wrote in a letter to Crowley: "I deduced that he is in direct touch with some higher intelligence. (Web site)

Blanche Barton

  1. LaVey’s final companion was Blanche Barton, who bore him his only son, Satan Xerxes Carnacki LaVey on November 1, 1993. (Web site)
  2. Anton S. LaVey Dies at 67 A daughter, Karla LaVey, and his companion, Blanche Barton, a church high priestess, have vowed to continue his work. (Web site)
  3. After Anton Szandor LaVey's death, his position as head of the Church of Satan passed on to his common law wife, Blanche Barton. (Web site)


  1. Cagliostro is a character in Psychoshop, a novel by Alfred Bester and Roger Zelazny.
  2. Cagliostro was initiated into Freemasonry in London in 1776 and decided to start his own version.
  3. Cagliostro was now settle the matter once for To thoroughly annoyed. (Web site)


  1. Charubel was the pen name of "John Thomas, the Welsh seer" (according to Jones) and his version was published in 1898 (the booklet referred to above).

Dorothy Clutterbuck

  1. Through the group, he met some witches who introduced him to one Dorothy Clutterbuck. (Web site)
  2. In 1939, Gardner was initiated into the New Forest coven by high priestess Old Dorothy Clutterbuck. (Web site)
  3. This was actually published, as has been noted, during Dorothy Clutterbuck's lifetime, and according to Gerald, with her permission. (Web site)


  1. Drexler was instrumental in merging the Thule Society with a workers' party that he was involved with.
  2. Drexler was the most active member of this discussion group, which drew fewer than seven people to its weekly lectures.

Edward Kelley

  1. Using the "Angelick" language channelled by Elizabethan astrologer John Dee and his scribe Edward Kelley, Parsons began his operation.
  2. John Dee (1527-1608) is most known for his work with Edward Kelley in contacting spirits and transcribing angelic language.
  3. Gustav Meyrink's novel The Angel of the Western Window describes John Dee's and Edward Kelley's astrological and mystical experience. (Web site)

Fox Sisters

  1. The Fox sisters were three women from New York who played an important role in the creation of Spiritualism, the religious movement.
  2. The Fox Sisters are considered to be the founders of the Modern Spiritualist movement. (Web site)

Friedrich Bernhard Marby

  1. He, along with Friedrich Bernhard Marby, were imprisoned during the Third Reich for not being authorised occultists.
  2. The work of Friedrich Bernhard Marby was continued by Rudolf Arnold Spieth, who also published one of his works posthumously. (Web site)
  3. In 1936 Friedrich Bernhard Marby was arrested and sent to a concentration camp ( Flossenb--rg and later Dachau).


  1. The FUDOSI was not an Order, but an Universal Federation of esoteric and autonomous Orders and Societies.
  2. FUDOSI was an attempt to create a federation of all true mystical orders and protect themselves and the people from frauds.
  3. FUDOSI was founded in 1934 and dissolved in 1951 after disagreements between its members.
  4. FUDOSI was headed by a group of three Imperators.

George Cecil Jones

  1. Shortly thereafter he was introduced to George Cecil Jones, who was a member of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.
  2. Bennett was, along with George Cecil Jones, Crowley---s primary teacher during his days in the Golden Dawn.
  3. After leaving Trinity College of Cambridge he was introduced to George Cecil Jones, who introduced him to the Golden Dawn. (Web site)


  1. Germanenorden - The Germanenorden or Germanic Order, was a secret society in Germany early in the 20th century.
  2. The Germanenorden was a secret society in Germany early in the 20 th century. (Web site)
  3. The Germanenorden was dissolved in 1916 and reorganized by Philip Stauff in 1918. (Web site)
  4. The Germanenorden was heavily influenced by the doctrines of Ariosophy. (Web site)

Guido Von List

  1. These theories were inspired by the mystical writings of Guido von List and Friedrich Bernhard Marby in the nineteenth century. (Web site)
  2. If the term is employed in this extended sense, then Guido von List, and not Lanz von Liebenfels, was the founder of Ariosophy.
  3. A Freemason and a practitioner of sufism and astrology, Sebottendorff was also an admirer of Guido von List and Lanz von Liebenfels.
  4. Guido von List was born in Vienna in the Austrian Empire to Karl Anton List, a prosperous middle class leather goods dealer, and Maria List ( n--e Killian).


  1. Hubbard was clearly involved in the occult.
  2. Hubbard was the sole source for the technology Scientologists need to break free from this MEST universe. (Web site)
  3. Hubbard was out of town on business. (Web site)
  4. Hubbard was relieved of command and transferred to a naval school in Florida where he was trained in anti-submarine warfare.

Ithell Colquhoun

  1. Houghton died under very mysterious circumstances, which is briefly mentioned in "The Sword of Wisdom" by Ithell Colquhoun.
  2. En hemsida vigd --t surrealisten och Golden Dawn-studenten Ithell Colquhoun.
  3. But also her occult writings bears the mark of lucidity, which is evidenced by the lectures contained within The Magical Writings of Ithell Colquhoun.

Janet Farrar

  1. Janet Farrar (born Janet Owen on June 24, 1950) is a British teacher and author of books on Wicca and Neopaganism. (Web site)
  2. Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone have observed that Wicca is becoming more polytheistic as it matures, and embracing a more traditional pagan world-view.
  3. On this date in the year 1950, Reformed Alexandrian Witch and author Janet Farrar was born in London, England.

Jean Bricaud

  1. There he learned that as early as 1907 Jean Bricaud had organized a Gnostic church by separating himself from authority of Synesius.
  2. Jean Bricaud died on February 21, 1934, leaving his succession to Victor Blanchard. (Web site)
  3. He was also initiated (2) into the highest degree (90*) of the Memphis-Misraim Rite by the Grand Master of France, JEAN BRICAUD.

Johann Weyer

  1. Johann Weyer (1515-1588) was a pioneer in the fields of medicine and psychiatry.
  2. According to his student Johann Weyer, in the book De praestigiis daemonum, Agrippa died in Grenoble, in 1535.
  3. Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, or Hierarchy of Demons first appears as an Appendix to Johann Weyer 's De praestigiis daemonum (1577).

John Dee

  1. John Dee was an eminent Elizabethan mathematician and astrologer. (Web site)
  2. John Dee is a main character who instructs the queen to seek Tom Falconer and he helps Tom's friends on the way.
  3. John Dee is a private meteorologist and he has just posted his forecast for this season.
  4. John Dee is a prominent (though unseen) character in Elizabeth Redfern's novel Auriel Rising.
  5. John Dee was a code breaker, and a founder of "the Rosicrucian movement".

Judy Harrow

  1. Judy Harrow is a member of the Association for Humanistic Psychology and of the American Counseling Association. (Web site)
  2. Judy Harrow is a counselor and writer from the New York metropolitan area. (Web site)
  3. Judy Harrow is a really gifted writer with a lot of knowledge to share. (Web site)
  4. Judy Harrow was born in the Bronx and has lived the majority of her life in New York City. (Web site)


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