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The Women of the Golden Dawn

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The history of occult order the Golden Dawn is a fascinating one and it has maintained its status for the last 118 years with a large number of biographies having been written about its luminaries. The Women of the Golden Dawn were crucial to its success, their lives were radically different to the presumed lives of their contemporaries and we owe them all, in their individual ways a great debt.
Geraldine Beskin holds a genuinely eclectic view of esoteric matters, perhaps from being the middle one of three generations of the same family who have owned the famous Atlantis Bookshop in London – of which Crowley was the most notorious customer

  • 8pm
  • £2.50 (conc £1.50)

The Old King's Head
Kings Head Yard, 45-49 Borough High Street, London, SE1 1NA
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The Abuses of Enchantment
Talk by Mark Pilkington

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