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Ordo Hermeticus Aurorae Aureae ; or, more commonly, the Golden Dawn Aurora Aurea was an organization devoted to the study and practice of the occultmetaphysicsand paranormal activities during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Known as a magical orderthe Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn was active in Great Britain and focused its practices on theurgy and spiritual development. Many present-day concepts of ritual and magic that are at the centre of contemporary traditions, such as Wicca   and Thelemawere inspired by the Golden Dawn, which became one of the largest single influences on 20th-century Western occultism.
Westcott appears to have been the initial driving force behind the establishment of the Golden Dawn. The Golden Dawn system was based on hierarchy and initiation like the Masonic lodges ; however women were admitted on an equal basis with men. The “Golden Dawn” was the first of three Orders, although all three are often collectively referred to as the “Golden Dawn”. The First Order taught esoteric philosophy based on the Hermetic Qabalah and personal development through study and awareness of the four Classical Elements as well as the basics of astrologytarot divinationand geomancy.
The Third Order was that of the ” Secret Chiefs “, who were said to be highly skilled; they supposedly directed the activities of the lower two orders by spirit communication with the Chiefs of the Second Order.
Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
goldrn The foundational documents of the original Order of the Golden Dawn, known as the Cipher Manuscriptsare written in English using the Trithemius cipher. The manuscripts give the specific outlines of the Grade Rituals of the Order and prescribe a curriculum of graduated teachings that encompass the Hermetic Qabalahastrologyoccult tarotgeomancyand alchemy. According to the records of the Order, the manuscripts passed from Kenneth R. Mackenziea Masonic scholar, to the Rev.
Woodfordwhom British occult writer Francis King describes as the fourth founder  although Woodford died shortly after the Order was founded. Westcott asked for Mathers’ help to turn the manuscripts into a coherent system for lodge work.
Mathers douradz turn asked fellow Freemason William Robert Woodman to assist the two, and he accepted. In OctoberWestcott claimed to have written to a German countess and prominent Rosicrucian named Anna Sprengelwhose address was said to have been found in the decoded Cipher Manuscripts.
According to Westcott, Sprengel claimed the ability to contact certain supernatural entities, known as the Secret Chiefsthat golren considered the authorities over any magical order or esoteric organization. Westcott purportedly received a reply from Sprengel granting permission to establish a Golden Dawn temple and conferring honorary grades of Adeptus Exemptus on Westcott, Mathers, and Woodman. The temple was to consist of the five grades outlined in the manuscripts. Zurorathe Isis-Urania Temple was founded in London.
The Order was more of a philosophical and metaphysical teaching order in its early years. Other than certain rituals and meditations found in the Cipher manuscripts and developed further,  “magical practices” were generally not taught at the first temple. The Inner Order consisted of members known as “adepts,” who had completed the entire course of study for aaurora Outer Order. This group of adepts eventually became known as the Second Order.
Eventually, the Osiris temple in Weston-super-Marethe Horus temple in Bradford both inand the Amen-Ra temple in Edinburgh were ddawn. In Mathers founded the Ahathoor temple in Paris.
InWestcott’s alleged correspondence with Anna Sprengel suddenly ceased. He claimed to have received word from Germany that she was either dead or that her companions did doufada approve of the founding of the Order and golsen further contact was daw be made. If the founders were to contact the Secret Chiefsapparently, it had to be done on their own. Some followers [ who? The term came to stand for a great leader or teacher of a spiritual path or practice aaurora found its way into the teachings of the Order.
Aurlra the mids, the Golden Dawn was well established in Great Britain, with over one hundred members from every class of Victorian society.
In orWestcott broke all ties to the Golden Dawn, leaving Mathers in control. It has been speculated that his departure was due to his having lost a number of occult-related papers in a hansom cab. Apparently, when the papers were found, Westcott’s connection to the Golden Dawn was discovered and brought to the attention of his employers. He may have been told to either resign from the Order or to give up his occupation as coroner.
Mathers was the only active founding member after Westcott’s departure. Due to personality clashes with other members and frequent absences from the center of Lodge activity in Great Britain, however, challenges to Mathers’s authority as leader aaurora among the members of the Second Order.
Toward the end ofthe Adepts of the Isis-Urania and Amen-Ra temples had become dissatisfied with Mathers’ leadership, as well as dwn growing friendship with Aleister Crowley. They had also become anxious to make contact with the Secret Chiefs themselves, instead of relying on Mathers as an intermediary.
Crowley was refused initiation into the Adeptus Minor grade by the London officials. Mathers overrode their decision and quickly dourqda him at the Ahathoor temple in Paris on January 16, To the London Adepts, this was the final straw. Farr, already of the opinion that the London temple should be closed, wrote odurada Mathers expressing her wish to resign as his representative, although she was willing to carry on until a successor was found. On March 3, a committee of seven Adepts was elected in London, and requested a full investigation of the matter.
Mathers sent an immediate reply, declining to provide proof, refusing to acknowledge the London temple, and dismissing Farr as his representative on March Yeats privately published a pamphlet titled Is the Order of R. After a short time, Bullock resigned, and Dr. Robert Felkin took his place.
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Once Mathers realised that reconciliation was impossible, he made efforts to reestablish himself in London. The Bradford and Weston-super-Mare temples remained loyal to him, but their numbers were few. Brodie-Innes continued leading the Amen-Ra temple, deciding that the revolt was unjustified. ByMathers and Brodie-Innes were in complete accord.
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Most temples of the Alpha et Omega and Stella Matutina closed or went into abeyance by the end of the s, with the exceptions of two Stella Matutina temples: Hermes Temple in Bristolwhich operated sporadically untiland the Smaragdum Thallasses Temple commonly referred to as Whare Ra in Havelock NorthNew Zealandwhich operated regularly until its closure in Much of the hierarchical structure for the Golden dawn came from the Societas Rosicruciana in Angliawhich was itself derived from the Order of the Golden and Rosy Cross.
The paired numbers attached to the Grades relate to positions on the Tree of Life. In the other pairs, the first xourada is the number of steps up from the bottom Malkuthand the second numeral is the number of steps down from the top Kether. The Aspirant to a Grade received instruction on the metaphysical meaning of each of these Elements and had to pass a written examination and demonstrate certain skills to receive admission to that Grade. While no temples in the original chartered lineage of the Golden Dawn survived past the s,   several organizations have since revived its teachings and rituals.
Among these, the following are notable:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Magical order active in Great Britain. This article is about the historical organization of the late 19th century. For other uses, see Golden Dawn disambiguation. Hermes Trismegistus Thoth Poimandres. Corpus Dourads The Kybalion. Lecture at the Wiccan Conference in Canberra, Cults and New Religions in American Historypg.
A Guide to the Western Inner Traditionsppg daawn At its height it probably had no more than a hundred members. Yet its influence on magic and esoteric thought in the English-speaking world would be hard to overestimate. Gilbert has found evidence which suggests that Westcott was instrumental in developing the Order’s rituals from the Cipher Manuscripts.
See Gilbert’s article, From Cipher to Enigma: Spirit Alliesp.
Yeats, the Tarot and the Golden Dawn. Gordon, editor, Encyclopedia of Occultism and Parapsychologyv. No longer associated with the SRIA afterMathers continued to oversee a few temples until his death, when his wife, Moina, assumed supervision. The occult power behind the spear which pierced the side of Christ.
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