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Confessio R...C...Fraternitatis
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j***@scottfree.co.za
2014-10-31 12:22:40 UTC
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I know that Harvey Spencer Lewis, who called himself "Doctor",
published 5 Manifestos under the title "Confessio R...C...
Fraternitatis" (1918). I want to know, privately if necessary, if
somebody can make a copy available for me of such writings. Thanks.
Antonio
Dear Francis. I would very much like to see these as well, if possible?
Nick
2014-11-01 18:28:54 UTC
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I would as well please
Sid
2014-11-02 02:35:27 UTC
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Yes,please send me a copy of the old texts, as well. Thanks.
Sid
2014-11-02 02:37:58 UTC
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Please send me a copy as well. Thanks.
Miguel Sendim
2014-11-02 12:35:08 UTC
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If one more isn't too many already ... :-))
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Thanks in advance!!
Antonio, please contact me. I can send you a copie of those booklets. Friede.-
I know that Harvey Spencer Lewis, who called himself "Doctor",
published 5 Manifestos under the title "Confessio R...C...
Fraternitatis" (1918). I want to know, privately if necessary, if
somebody can make a copy available for me of such writings. Thanks.
Antonio
Nick
2014-11-02 19:27:53 UTC
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I too am interested in the old text thank you in advance
Knows All
2014-11-22 16:32:05 UTC
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On a related subject, I pressed AMORC in 1988 (as a long time member)
to answer me the question of where was HSL's "PhD" from. After the
second letter (they didn't reply to the first one) they admitted that
HSL had two * honorary* doctorates from never-heard-of Indian
"universities". They gave the name of "India Academy Of Sciences" and
the other, I forgot.

CONCLUSION: HSL did *not* have a PhD. And he was a modern day mystic
none the less.

It was a standard "Saints & Scoundrels" situation. That's also the
cover title a GNOSIS magazine (RIP) issue.

Exaggerated claims were part of legitimate mystics of the previous
centuries (Cagliostro anyone?) :-)

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