Fraternitas Saturni, The: History, Doctrine, and Rituals of the Magical Order of the Brotherhood of Saturn
Stephen E. Flowers
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Inner Traditions Bear and Company
Published: 26th Jul '18
The most in-depth work in English on the most influential secret magic group of 20th-century Germany, the Fraternitas Saturni.
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The most in-depth work in English on the most influential secret magic group of 20th-century Germany, the Fraternitas Saturni, or Brotherhood of Saturn. * Explores the history of the Order from its founding the late 1960s * Transcribes many rituals and practices in such detail that readers will be able to undertake their own experiential work * Examines the Order’s teachings on cosmology, the Kabbalah, the Saturnian Sacraments, electrical magic, and sexual mysticism–the Yoga of the Dark Light * Includes biographies of prominent members, including founder Gregor A. Gregorius, Karl Spiesberger (Frater Eratus), and Albin Grau (Master Pacitius) The most influential magical group in Germany during the 20th century, the Fraternitas Saturni, or Brotherhood of Saturn, is still the most active and important magical society in Germany today. But from its formal beginnings in 1926 in Weimar Berlin until around 1970 it was almost totally secret. Most of what is known about the Order in the English-speaking world is fragmentary and focuses exclusively on the sensational sex-magic practices and Luciferian tendencies of this magical lodge. Presenting the most in-depth work in English on the Fraternitas Saturni, Stephen Flowers examines the history of the Order from the mid-1920s to the late 1960s when the Order was fundamentally reformed. He details their path of initiation, secret doctrines, ritual practices, and magical formulas and offers biographies of the Order’s most prominent members, including founder Gregor A. Gregorius, Karl Spiesberger (Frater Eratus), Albin Grau (Master Pacitius), and Franz Saettler (Dr. Musallam).
|Dimensions||15 × 152 × 229 mm|