Magical organization

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A magical organization or magical order is an organization created for the practice of magic or to further the knowledge of magic among its members.wikipedia
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Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn

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The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn has been credited with a vast revival of occult literature and practices and was founded in 1887 or 1888 by William Wynn Westcott, Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers and William Robert Woodman.
Known as a magical order, the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn was active in Great Britain and focused its practices on theurgy and spiritual development.

Enochian magic

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The teachings of the Order include Enochian magic, Christian mysticism, Qabalah, Hermeticism, the paganism of ancient Egypt, theurgy, and alchemy.
When Case wrote the lessons for the magical order he founded, the Builders of the Adytum or B.O.T.A., he removed the Enochian system of the Alpha et Omega and substituted elemental tablets based on Qabalistic formulae.

Hermetic Qabalah

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The teachings of the Order include Enochian magic, Christian mysticism, Qabalah, Hermeticism, the paganism of ancient Egypt, theurgy, and alchemy.

Magic (supernatural)

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A magical organization or magical order is an organization created for the practice of magic or to further the knowledge of magic among its members.

Occult

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"Magic" in this case refers to occult, metaphysical and paranormal activities, not to the performance of stage magic.

Metaphysics

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"Magic" in this case refers to occult, metaphysical and paranormal activities, not to the performance of stage magic.

Paranormal

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"Magic" in this case refers to occult, metaphysical and paranormal activities, not to the performance of stage magic.

Magic (illusion)

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"Magic" in this case refers to occult, metaphysical and paranormal activities, not to the performance of stage magic.

Ceremonial magic

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Magical organizations can include hermetic orders, Wiccan covens or Wiccan circles, esoteric societies, arcane colleges, witches' covens, and other groups which may use different terminology and similar though diverse practices.

Wicca

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Magical organizations can include hermetic orders, Wiccan covens or Wiccan circles, esoteric societies, arcane colleges, witches' covens, and other groups which may use different terminology and similar though diverse practices.

Coven

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Magical organizations can include hermetic orders, Wiccan covens or Wiccan circles, esoteric societies, arcane colleges, witches' covens, and other groups which may use different terminology and similar though diverse practices.

Witchcraft

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Magical organizations can include hermetic orders, Wiccan covens or Wiccan circles, esoteric societies, arcane colleges, witches' covens, and other groups which may use different terminology and similar though diverse practices.

William Wynn Westcott

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The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn has been credited with a vast revival of occult literature and practices and was founded in 1887 or 1888 by William Wynn Westcott, Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers and William Robert Woodman.

Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers

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The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn has been credited with a vast revival of occult literature and practices and was founded in 1887 or 1888 by William Wynn Westcott, Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers and William Robert Woodman.

William Robert Woodman

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The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn has been credited with a vast revival of occult literature and practices and was founded in 1887 or 1888 by William Wynn Westcott, Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers and William Robert Woodman.

Christian mysticism

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The teachings of the Order include Enochian magic, Christian mysticism, Qabalah, Hermeticism, the paganism of ancient Egypt, theurgy, and alchemy.

Hermeticism

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The teachings of the Order include Enochian magic, Christian mysticism, Qabalah, Hermeticism, the paganism of ancient Egypt, theurgy, and alchemy.

Paganism

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The teachings of the Order include Enochian magic, Christian mysticism, Qabalah, Hermeticism, the paganism of ancient Egypt, theurgy, and alchemy.

Ancient Egypt

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The teachings of the Order include Enochian magic, Christian mysticism, Qabalah, Hermeticism, the paganism of ancient Egypt, theurgy, and alchemy.

Theurgy

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The teachings of the Order include Enochian magic, Christian mysticism, Qabalah, Hermeticism, the paganism of ancient Egypt, theurgy, and alchemy.

Alchemy

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The teachings of the Order include Enochian magic, Christian mysticism, Qabalah, Hermeticism, the paganism of ancient Egypt, theurgy, and alchemy.

Carl Kellner (mystic)

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Ordo Templi Orientis was founded by Carl Kellner in 1895.

Aleister Crowley

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The Order was reworked by Aleister Crowley after he took control of the Order in the early 1920s.