The Egyptian Mysteries

Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition, No. 1, Autumnal Equinox 2001, The Egyptian Mysteries

Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition
No. 1, Autumnal Equinox 2001

The Egyptian Mysteries

The Influence of Egypt on the Modern Western Mystery Tradition
by Samuel Scarborough
The Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor.

By Names and Images
by J. S. Kupperman
Golden Dawn Egyptian Mythology.

Famous Figures in the Western Mystery Tradition, Part Two:
John Dee
by Alex Sumner
The life and importance of the founder of Enochian magic.

Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition

Publisher
J. S. Kupperman

Main Content Editor
Alex Sumner

Creative Editor
AeonAurora

Rituals Editor
Frater L.

Copy Editor
Soror Q.S.

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Amber Simmons

Art Direction
AeonAurora
J. S. Kupperman

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J. S. Kupperman

Contributing Writers
Kherusekhmet Isep, J. S. Kupperman, Paul Joseph Rovelli, Samuel Scarborough, Alex Sumner

The Cover Art:
by J.S. Kupperman

“The Scales of Mêêt” Inspired by the Book of Coming Forth by Day. The solar disk and wings of Re, and the hieroglyphs for Djehuti and Seshet guard and watch the weighing of the deceased's heart against the feather of Mêêt.

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