F. Charles Barlet

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F. Charles Barlet AKA Albert Faucheux

France 1838 - 1921

Comments: Philosophy Cosmique; rejected the idea of Papus to revive the Kabbalistic Order of the Rose-Croix; Freemason; Astrology; Martinist;

Teachers: Max Theon; Papus; Joséphin Péladan; Stanislas de Guaita; Jules Doinel

Students: René Guénon; Julius Evola ;

Friends: Paul Sédir ; Lucien Chamuel ; Chaboseau Augustine ;

Enemies: Albert Sarak, swindler

Organizations: French branch of the Theosophical Society; Independent Panel esoteric studies (GIDEE);Hermetic School; Grand Master (1897) of Order of the Kabbalistic Rosicrucian, 1888; First Supreme Council of the Martinist Order, 1891 ; Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor (HB of L), 1885;

Author: Director of The Journal Cosmic 1901 to 1903 ; published Theon's first two volumes of The Cosmic Tradition in 1903; Gnostic Catholic Church; articles in The Anti-materialist, spiritualist magazine; editor, The Echo of the above and here, "one body spiritual union", 1899, which becomes The Journal spiritualist illustrated, 1901 ; Astral Science "journal ; The Star of the East, "Journal of Studies psychic", 1908; Planetary Geniuses (1921); Essay on the evolution of ideas, 1891; Principle of synthetic sociology (1894); The development of sociology (1894); The integral education (1895); Synthesis of aesthetics: painting, 1895; The art of tomorrow: past and present painting, 1897; Saint-Yves d'Alveydre: our masters. Including a table reasoned "Mission to the Jews" and specific concepts on "Archéomètre",

Quotes: “Ceremonial Magic is an operation by which Man seeks to constrain – by means of the very play of Nature – the Invisible Powers of various Orders to act in accordance with what he requires of them. To this end, he seizes them, surprise them, that is to say through projection (by means of analogical “correspondences” which comprise the Unity of Creation) ; these Powers over which he is not master, but to which he can open extraordinary pathways, to the very heart of Nature. To this end he uses Pentacles, special Substances, rigorous conditions of Time and Place, which he must observe under pain of the greatest of perils. For, if the path sought is even a little lost, the audacious one will be exposed to the force of these “Powers” before which he is but a speck of dust.”

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