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Ritual Z Part Three. Containing Symbolism of Admission to Neophyte Grade, Closing, Oration, Equinox (Out of Print)
by Gillison, Jean
Book ID: A41327, A41327
Ritual Z Part Three. Containing Symbolism of Admission to Neophyte Grade, Closing, Oration and Equinox [ Z 3. The Enterer of the Threshold, a facsimile of a Golden Dawn Inner Order Manuscript. Ritual Z Part 3. ]
United Kingdom: Hell Fire Club, ND.. First Edition Hardcover. Octavo. [ 120pp ]. Half leather: quarter burgundy grained calf with marbled boards and matching marbled endpapers, gilt rules and titling to spine. The half-leather edition, limited to 56 copies. This copy is out-of-series: it does not have the publisher's limitation statement or number which usually appear on the second blank. A facsimile edition of an important Inner Order manuscript of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. From the publisher: "An important historical record and a significant Inner order document for all involved in studying the tradition of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and all those systems derived from it. The original copy, in the possession of an English Cancellarius of the Order derives from the very early years of the Order and the first unfoldments of the Adeptus Minor curriculum as envisaged by Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers from 1893 onwards. The copyist's motto ‘Cogito Ergo Sum’ was that of a Mrs Jean Gillison, transcribed from the orders copy ‘Issued by DDCF and NOM’ the inner order mottoes of Mathers and Westcott respectively. Gillison was active in the Order before the historic division of the Order in 1900. Raised to the Second Order of the Rosae Rubae et Aurae Crucis probably around 1895 she most probably joined sometime after 1893 when most of the material she copied was being released for study for the first time." Facsimile replica of the original bookseller-stationer's printed label on front pastedown. Full color offset lithographic printing throughout. Appears unread - a Fine copy.
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