Welcome to the The Fellowship of the Golden Dawn Universum (the FGDU).
The FGDU acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.
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The branch of the Fellowship of the Golden Dawn in Australia is located primarily in Sydney, NSW, but members are located in other states as well.
We aim to offer initiation and a full training in the Golden Dawn system of magic, based on the traditional structure and curriculum of its founders; Dr William Wynn Westcott, Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers and Dr Woodman.
In addition we note and include the contributions of prominent Golden Dawn members, like Florence Farr, Moina Mathers, Annie Hornimann, William Butler-Yeats, Dr Robert Felkin, Arthur Edward Waite and JM Brodie-Innes.
By joining the Golden Dawn you are taking the first step on a journey into the magic of Light and Theurgy. This journey is long and requires dedication but the results are tenable and worth the effort.
For enquiries, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org, stating your interest, any esoteric experience and reasons for your application.
We aim to respond within 7 days. Alternately complete the form on this website.
The order is run by experienced and trained Adepti, from an international organisation. All teachers are trained and experienced in the Golden Dawn tradition including a great deal of practical, temple experience.
Secret, hidden and a narrow path, the Western Mysteries differs from its equivalent in the East.
The Western Mystery tradition has its origins in Ancient Egypt, through Ancient Greece and later Renaissance Europe.
Initiates in those days received a training in the magic of Theurgy, alchemy, the secrets of the grimoires, Neoplatonism, astrology and divination.
The Golden Dawn, which was established in Victorian England by three Rosicrucian Freemasons, embodies the essence of the Western Mysteries and has been redeveloped for a more modern audience.