Moina Mathers

Greater Feast of Moina Mathers, Mina Bergson, Vestigia Nulla Retrorsum, died July 25, 1928 at London, United Kingdom in Hermeneuticon at Hermetic Library

Moina Mathers née Bergson (28 February 1865 - 25 July 1928), Vestigia Nulla Retrorsum (“The Past leaves no Traces”)

Moina Mathers (née Mina Bergson) AKA Vestigia Nulla Restorsum AKA

Golden Dawn artist; Freemason; Co-Masonry; Rosicrucian; Enochain; Tarot; Ceremonial Magick; Qabalist;

Author / Artist; some of the Order's Flying Roles, designed many of the symbols and costumes;

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Florence Farr; Dion Fortune; Tabatha Cicero, who “channels her well”; Mary K. Greer, author of Women of the Golden Dawn. Rebels And Priestesses, 1995;

Friends

Annie Elizabeth Fredericka Horniman; Henri Bergson, brother and philosopher;

Enemies

Swami Laura Horosand husband Theodore Horos;

Organizations

Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn; Co-Masonry ; Alpha et Omega;

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