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The Nature, Structure, and Role of the Soul In the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn

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Index | Introduction | What is Western Esotericism? | What was the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn? | The Structure of the Golden Dawn and its Rituals | The Nature and Core Structure of the Soul in the Golden Dawn | The Sphere of Sensation | Conclusion: The Soul and the Adept | Works Cited

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