Esoteric Orders and Their Work
by Dion Fortune
While the various aspects of Eastern Mysticism are well documented, the Western Mystery Tradition remains for the most part unknown. In 'Esoteric ... Show synopsis While the various aspects of Eastern Mysticism are well documented, the Western Mystery Tradition remains for the most part unknown. In 'Esoteric Orders and their Work', Dion Fortune unveils the origin, structure and philosophy of this 'Yoga of the West', providing clear, concise information on Black- and White-Magic, the various paths within the tradition, the use of Ritual, training of initiate, seeking a Master, and the reasons for the deep secrecy that still surrounds many of their ritesDion Fortune is justly regarded as one of the foremost occultists of the twentieth-century, an adept who brought the occult sciences at least partially into the light of day. A natural psychic, she worked with such luminaries of the esoteric world as Theodore Moriarty and MacGregor Matthers before founding her own mystical/magical organization 'The Fraternity (now Society) of the Inner Light'.