Series: Golden Dawn Studies

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The Complete Golden Dawn Cipher Manuscript by W. Wynn Westcott1
The Golden Dawn Sourcebook by Darcy Kuntz2
The Golden Dawn Court Cards by W. Wynn Westcott5
The Magic of a Symbol by Florence Farr6
The Enochian Experiments of the Golden Dawn by Florence Farr7
The Golden Dawn Tarot: The Great Dance of the Royal Figures (Golden Dawn Studies No 8) by A. E. Waite8
The Astrology of the Golden Dawn by J. W. Brodie-Innes10
Fringe Masonry in England, 1870-1885 by Ellic Howe12
Elements of the Kabbalah by Éliphas Lévi13
The Battle of Blythe Road: A Golden Dawn Affair by Aleister Crowley14
The Golden Dawn American Source Book (Golden Dawn Studies No 15) by Paul Foster Case15
Kabbalah of the Golden Dawn by W. W. Westcott16
The Sacred Book of Henoch: Synthetic and Kabbalistic Studies on the Sacred Book of Henoch (Tarot) Attributed to Hermes T by Hermes Trismegistus17
The Secret Knowledge of the Neophyte (Golden Dawn Studies No 18) by S. L. MacGregor-Mathers18
Aspects of Occultism by E. Langford Garstin19
Baphomet and Son: A Little Known Chapter in the Life of 666 by R. A. Gilbert22

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