Chapters 7-9 jump to more modern forms of magic, including the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and the Ordo Temporalis Ordii, and modern forms of sex-magic.
What does OGD stand for?
OGD stands for Order of the Golden Dawn
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- Old Granulomatous Disease
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- Open Government Document
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- Other Government Departments
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- Oil and Gas Development Authority (Pakistan)
- Omaha Game Developers Association (Nebraska)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Waite was privy to the rituals and secret practices of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, founded on March 1, 1888, by William Robert Woodman (1828-1891), William Westcott (1848-1925), and S.
This fear of the potential pitfalls of amateur dabbling in the occult is perhaps one reason that occult societies such as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn came into existence-to prevent Jekyll-like hubristic and dangerous solo forays into the world of the occult.
It was designed in the 1920s by the famous magician and member of the Order Of The Golden Dawn Arthur Edward Waite with outstanding artwork by the artist Pamela Coleman Smyth.
She was ready for her role, being unusually intelligent and well versed in spiritualism, initiated by Yeats himself into the Order of the Golden Dawn.
Yeats was deeply involved throughout his life in various occult, mystical, and magical pursuits, which included membership in the Theosophical Society and the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.
Sadly -but inevitably - there were quarrels and ileeling with another mystical group The Order of the Golden Dawn, a cult whose mysteries were enhanced by drug taking.
Among the topics are the relationships of androgynous secret orders with Freemasonry, Masonic reform and the women's movement in France 1840-1914, women and the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, and Annie Besant.