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Order of the Cubic Stone

Order of the Cubic Stone

A group in the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn tradition, founded in Britain in the 1930s by Theodore Howard and two technicians, David Edwards and Robert Turner. The Order believes in a system of Enochian magic and trains students in ceremonial magic.

In the early 1990s, Robert Turner was severely injured in a criminal assault, which has resulted in disruption of the order and its magazine, The Monolith. The order is currently attempting a comeback, more information can be found at http://guildnavigator.demon.co.uk/the_monolith.htm.

Sources:

Edwards, David. Dare to Make Magic. London: Regal Press, 1971.

The Order of the Cubic Stone.http://guildnavigator.demon.co.uk/the_monolith.htm. March 8, 2000.

Turner, Robert, and David Edwards. The Outer Court. Woverhampton, UK: Order of the Cubic Stone, 1968.

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