Origins of the Rosicrucian Society

The Origins of the Rosicrucian Society (SRIA) in England. Edited and Annotated by Darcy Kuntz. Golden Dawn Research Trust; first edition, 2009. 52 pp. 8 vo. Quality Paperback. NOTE: This book is strictly limited to 250 copies. ISBN-13: 978-0973442489.
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Austin TX: The Golden Dawn Research Trust, 2009.

First edition Softcover. 8vo. 52pp.
Signed by the Editor on the half-title page.

This volume was first available at the Esoteric Book Conference in Seattle, Washington in September 2009, and only 250 copies printed.

Includes Bruce Wilson's article "The Origin of Our Rosicrucian Society" and its connection with the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. "The Origins of Scottish Rosicrucianism" by M.W. Frater J.F. Birrell -- an early history, and "The Rosicrucian Society in Europe" by R. W. Felkin -- printed for the first time, as well as the Bristol S.R.I.A. Certificate designed by Benjamin Cox in 1871

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