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" Rome on the very festival of his patron. The reason for his veneration of this great prophet was, if we are to believe himself, the great similarity between the Apocalypse and the rites of his institution. " We must here observe that when any of his disciples... "
The Life of Joseph Balsamo, Commonly Called Count Cagliostro ... - Page 103
by Alessandro conte di Cagliostro - 1791 - 194 pages
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 20

1791
...difciplei were ad» mitted into the highcft clafs, that of Adepts, the follow« •' execrable Cfremonjr took place: — A young boy or girl, in> the ftate of virgin innocence and purity, was procured, who was called the Pupil, and to whom power was given orer the fevcn fpiriis that furround the throne of...
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Lives of Alchemystical Philosophers: Based on Materials Collected in 1815 ...

Arthur Edward Waite - Alchemy - 1888 - 315 pages
...institution. " We must here observe that when any of his disciples were admitted into the highest class, the following execrable ceremony took place. A young boy or girl, in the state of virgin innocence and purity, was procured, who was called the pupil, and to whom power was...
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An Encyclopędia of Occultism: A Compendium of Information on the Occult ...

Lewis Spence - Magic - 1920 - 451 pages
...institution. " We must here observe that when any of his disciples were admitted into the highest class, the following execrable ceremony took place. A young boy or girl, in the state of virgin innocence and purity, was procured, who was called the pupil, and to whom power was...
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Alchemists Through the Ages

Arthur E. Waite - Body, Mind & Spirit - 2007 - 320 pages
...institution. " We must here observe that when any of his disciples were admitted into the highest class, the following execrable ceremony took place. A young boy or girl, in the state of virgin innocence and purity, was procured, who was called the pupil, and to whom power was...
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