Monthly Archives: November 2014

Alan Bain on Ernest Page

An extract from Alan Bain’s Autobiographical writings, on Ernest Page – Mick’s Café, apart from being a warm place to earn a few shillings at night, was, of course, somewhere to eat, and in those days, somewhere to meet. Although … Continue reading

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Who was Anthony Greville Gascoigne?

An article by Cherry Gilchrist Anthony Greville Gascoigne was the head of The Brothers of the Path, an esoteric society operating in North Ferriby, East Yorkshire in the 1930s and 40s. The society offered a friendly face to the world, … Continue reading

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The Way of an Initiate by Anthony Greville-Gascoigne

The first edition of Anthony Greville-Gascoigne’s book The Way of an Initiate was published in February 1940. An enlarged edition, including a preface by the writer E. A. Rathmell Wilson, and an additional chapter on Occultism and Mysticism, was published … Continue reading

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Vignettes of a Life

Alan Bain The Accordionist An article written by Alan Bain in the 1990s This picture was taken in the Gyre and Gimbal¹ Coffee House on 23rd July, 1956. I was 23. The stairs led up and to the right, through … Continue reading

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Visit to the Headquarters of The Brothers of the Path

Rathmell Wilson was a writer who contributed many articles to The Golden Dawn Magazine (GDM). In one of these articles (pp. 16-17 of GDM Vol 2, No 4) he describes a 1939 visit to “El-Sendero”, the headquarters of The Brothers … Continue reading

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On the Masters

This article was found on Alan Bain’s old website.  ON THE MASTERS Again and again in occult writings reference is made to higher beings, who, when the time is right, appear to instruct and enlighten the student, pupil, or aspirant.  … Continue reading

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