Dear svartzabruder Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. You wrote in your letter to wyzard63: the A. .A. . is a subset, by proclamation, of theMessage 1 of 34 , Apr 4, 2005View SourceDear svartzabruder
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
You wrote in your letter to wyzard63:
"the A.'.A.'. is a subset, by proclamation, of the Great White
Brotherhood. establishing inner contacts with the GWB and
representing them to the world is an aim valued by many occultists
throughout time and space. the reason to do this is that the inner
order doesn't always want to be bothered by or be contacted by every
inititate, and so these outer orders may facilitate a gateway."
I am a bit confused on your view and trust you might clarify for me.
To my understanding there is A.'.A.'. = The great white brotherhood
and A.'.A.'. the organisatorical structure run by people. The idea as
I read it from the texts of Crowley is that the outer orders are
represented in R+C and the Golden Dawn parts of the A.'.A.'.
structure (that is making it redundant to create/keep other doors
such as the theosophist etc - also making it not necessary to try and
give f.i. OTO this "task" of deciding 'whos what and whos not').
Love is the law, love under will,
Dear David, Thanks for reasserting the facts about Jane Wolfe and Phyllis Seckler, I tried to do it myself earlier in this thread, but obviously people feelMessage 34 of 34 , Apr 13, 2005View SourceDear David,
Thanks for reasserting the facts about Jane Wolfe and Phyllis Seckler, I
tried to do it myself earlier in this thread, but obviously people feel
free to ignore the things that do not fit their own preconceived ideas
One minor clarification is in order though.
Quoting dshoemaker93 <dgsaa@...>:
> 1. The Second order of A.'.A.'. is called R.'.C.'., not R.R. etWhile it is clear that A.C. in all official Order materials I have seen
> A.C., which was the Inner Order of the Hermetic Order of the Golden
denotes the second order as R.'.C.'., he does in fact several times
refer to the second order as R.R. et A.C. (among other places in his
correspondence with H.S. Lewis), and his price student Charles S. Jones
gives the the name of the second order to be the same to Heinrich
What you write above is not exactly wrong, in fact it is correct, but it
is not entirely right either :)