NK - it is a quiet day in the neighborhood

Addington, Debbie, A daaddington at saintfrancis.com
Fri May 5 04:50:53 PDT 2000

from what i have read there is an older golden dawn, and then there is the
Hermetic order of the golden dawn, this is the newer one which the
alexandrian and gardnerian traditions come off of.  The Golden Dawn itself
is more late

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Tony And Catherine Lackey [SMTP:catan at webzone.net]
> Sent:	Thursday, May 04, 2000 6:16 PM
> To:	Northkeep at ansteorra.org
> Subject:	Re: NK - it is a quiet day in the neighborhood
> Addington, Debbie, A wrote:
> > 
> > oh yes
> > and faustian, freemasonry.
> > did i forget to mention that i am especially interested in German or
> Norse?
> > just read that fraternity of saturn was founded at the begining of this
> > century, darn it!  how about Golden Dawn?  thelemis? paraclesus, agrippa
> of
> > course these are all a bit later than my persona.  going for 12th or
> 13th
> > century.
> > hildegard von bingen i got two books on her already.
> > been ready the sagas and the eddas and the galdrabok, now if i find the
> grey
> > skinny and the red skinny.  but maybe you dont know what i am talking
> about
> > now?  sorry i tend to ramble near the end of the day.
> > :)
> 	Maidenhair, I have forwarded your inquiry to friends who belong to
> Masonic-related groups in the possibility that their researches have
> yielded some information in this regard.
> 	Golden Dawn is modern too, being one of the present recreations of
> pagan practices (much is guesswork, supposition and sheer reinvention
> since the traditions were largely oral and did not survive in written
> form).  If I learn of anything else, I will let you know.
> 					Catrin

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