Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn

The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn was founded in 1887 by masons William Woodman, William Westcott and Irishman Samuel MacGregor Liddell Mathers, members of the Rosicrucian Society of England (Societas Rosicruciana In Anglia SRIA).

They were puppets of the Cecil family, who controlled the British Empire and its secret service since Queen Elizabeth I and who trained John Dee, continued the cult of Mercury/Hermes of the Medici. John Dee orchestrated the rosicrucian Frederick V and Elizabeth Stuart wedding as Mercury/Hermes ruling the twins of Gemini.

These secret service agents used their occultism or image as rebellious artist as a cover, but at the same time revived the European kabbala tradition of the AsiaticBrethren, that is currently used in movies and news rituals, and is the blueprint for the upcoming Luciferian world religion.

Robert Cecil slected Aleister Crowley to be trained at Trinity College Cambridge. Samuel Mathers was married to Moina Bergson, family of Henry Bergson of the Society for Psychical Research. Bergson came from a Polish jewish Hasidic background, was a friend of John Dewey who founded the leftist (Luciferian) New School, a branch of Columbia University (Colonna, coulumb=the dove, Lucifer) .

At the same the Theosophic Society, the Fabian Society (jesuit Massimo family) and the Ghost Club were formed, all covers of spiritualism and occultism with an imperialistic agenda, to eventually usher in the Aeon of Horus. Crowley and AC Doyle worked for British Intelligence, creating propaganda, Bennett worked for the Ministry of Information, William Westcott wrote articles in Blavatsky's 'Lucifer' magazine.

The HOGD and SRI gathered at Mark Masons Hall in Queen Street London, now demollished.

 

Members


Sara Allgood (Irish stage actress and later film actress in America)
Allan Bennett  (introduced Buddhism to the West)
Arnold Bennett (novelist)
Edward W. Berridge (homeopathic physician)
Algernon Blackwood  (writer and radio broadcaster of supernatural stories)
Anna de Brémont (singer and writer)
Dario Carpaneda (Italian occultist and esotericism professor at the University of Lausanne) Paul Foster Case (Alpha et Omega)
Aleister Crowley (he used the septagram of John Dee's Enochian system as logo for his A.A.)
AC Doyle (jesuit, Ghost Club, author of Sherlock Holmes, A Study in Scarlet refers to Crowley's Scarlett Woman, propaganda writer for the British ministry of propaganda)
Florence Farr (stage actress)
Robert Felkin (medical missionary, anthropologist in Central Africa)
Dion Fortune  (HOGD the Stella Matutina=morning star Lucifer, founded the Society of Inner Light, promoted the New Age concept of Ascended Masters, wrote 'Applied Magic', 'The Mystical Kabbalah')
Frederick Leigh Gardner (stock broker)
Maud Gonne (Irish revolutionary, actress)
Annie Horniman (theatre producer, family of tea-traders)
Samuel MacGregor Lidell Mathers (Irish-Scottish MacGregor clan, linked to the House of Bruce, Akhenaten-Moses bloodline), married to Moina Bergson, sister of Henri Bergson of the Society of Psychical Research
Arthur Machen (writer of 'The Great God Pan'=Saturn)
Gustav Meyrink (Austrian author, banker, and Buddhist)
E. Nesbit (jesuit, Fabian Society of the Massimo's)
Israel Regardie (Stella Matutina, author The Golden Dawn, The Tree Of Life, Middle Pillar, and A Garden of Pomegranates, worked with Chic Chicero)
Sax Rohmer (novelist, creator of the Fu Manchu character)
Charles Rosher (Hollywood cinematographer of actress Mary Pickford -United Artists)
William Sharp (author)
Pamela Colman Smith (artist and co-creator of the Rider-Waite Tarot deck)
Bram Stoker (Irish writer, 1897 horror novel Dracula, Draco Saxe-Coburg bloodline)
John Todhunter (Irish poet)
Violet Tweedale (author)
Evelyn Underhill (Christian mystic, 'Mysticism: A Study in Nature and Development of Spiritual Consciousness')
Arthur Edward Waite (SRI)
Charles Williams (novelist)
W. B. Yeats (Irish writer, also member of the Theosophical Society).

Gerard Encausse (Papus, Hermetic Order of Martinists, appendant order of the SRIA)

'Kabbala Denudata' of Christian Knorr von Rosenroth (1636-1689) was as source text for Sabbathaian kabbala (through Kenneth Mckenzie, the concept of the Red Dragon after the fall). The goal of the Adept is to ride upon the back of the Dragon, harness the forces of 'evil' and gain strength therefrom. This concept also has its equivalent in the Zoharic concept of 'The Rider of the Serpent' (and later Julius Evola 'Ride the tiger' -movie Dune scene riding the worm).

The HGOD used the Enochian cryptographic communication system of John Dee (a 7 pointed star -heptagram and tablets that represent the 4 elements).

The HOGD split in different groups like Stella Matutina (Dion Fortune, author of 'Mystical Qabala'), the Alpha et Omega (led by Mathers, referenced in Netflix series the AO), the Isis-Urania Temple (led by A.E. Waite). Crowley founded the Astrum Argentum order, and became the head of the Ordo Templo Orientis of Brittain and Ireland in 1912.

 

References to the Order of the Golden Dawn in pop culture

Gerald Gardner founded the modern Wicca movement, influenced by the Golden Dawn.

1971 David Bowie Quicksand 'I’m closer to the Golden Dawn, Immersed in Crowley’s uniform
Of imagery, I’m living in a silent film'.

1999 Jay-z 'the Dynasty', with the famous triangle fire sign, often described as an 'Illumintati sign', the sign of the Philosophus Grade in the Order of the Golden Dawn. He wears clothing with Crowley's law 'Do What Thou Willt'.
2008 Warner Bros Christopher Nolan movie 'the Dark Knight' with Nathan Crowley as cinematographer: Harvey Dent 'I promise you.. Dawn is coming' (Heath Ledger in 'the Order', Gary Oldman in Bram Stoker's 'Dracula'). Greek fascist party Order of the Golden Dawn.

2012 the Dark Knight Rises (Nathan Crowley) the James Holmes ritual at the Aurora (dawn) theatre in Denver, Holmes referring to AC Doyle's character Sherlock Holmes.

Dawn of Planet of the Apes, Ciara in 'Super Turnt up'

2016 Monarch slave Lily-Rose Depp, daughter of Johnny Depp, plays Isodara Duncan in La Danseuse.

Ordo Templo Orientis

Fabian Society

Theosophical Society

Satanism


 

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