John Yarker

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John Yarker

England 1833 - 1913

Comments; Major source of "extra" Masonic degrees, Rites and organizations ; Magician; Sex magick; Thelemite; Rosicrucian; Freemason; the Rite of Memphis first arrived in America in 1856; The ninety degrees of the Rite of Misraim were united with the ninety-seven degrees of Memphis in 1881; Creator of Masonic Rites;


Teachers: Harry Seymour; Johannes Valentinus Andreae AKA Christian Rosenkreutz; General Giuseppe Garibaldi; James Anderson; Albert Pike; Albert Mackey; Cagliostro AKA Joseph Balsamo; Comte de Saint-Germain; Samuel Honis; Gabriel Mathieu Marconis de Negre AKA Marconis the Negro ; and his son Jacques-Etienne Marconis de Negre  ; Constant Chevillon ; Gad Bedarride , his father; Michael Bedarride, and both Brothers Mark and Joseph; Papus AKA Gérard Encausse; Teder AKA Charles Detre; McLeod Moore; Alex G. Hervey; Samuel Beswick,author of The Swedenborg Rite and the Great Masonic Leaders of the Eighteen Century" ;


Students: William Wynn Westcott; Theodor Reuss; Aleister Crowley; Jean Bricaud of the Gnostic Church; Robert Ambelain ; WB George Claude Vieilledent ; Robert Capello; Rudolf Steiner; Marie von Sivers; Arnold Krumm-Heller; Hans Rudolf Hilfiker-Dunn AKA "Nothung" (The Sword of the Valkyries); Harry Seymour in America  ; Eduardo Frosini AKA "Hermes" ; Arturo Reghini AKA "Maximus"; Constantin Moriou; Czesław Czyński; Villarino del Villar ; G. di San Fortunato; Cardinal Mariano Rampolla di Tindaro; Ida Hofmann; Henri Oedenkoven of 'Monte Verità' commune, Clara Linke, H. Spencer Lewis of Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis (AMORC); Benjamin D. Hyam;

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Organizations: Freemasonry; Masonic Rites of Rite of Memphis and Misraim; York Rite of Freemasonry, Royal Arch, Ancient and Primitive Rite, Knights Templar, and the old York degrees of Heredom-Kadosh; Scottish Rite of Freemasonry; OTO AKA Ordo Templi Orientis; creator of the Royal Oriental Order of Sikha aka Sat B'hai;


Author: The Arcane Schools: a review of their origin and antiquity; with a general history of Freemasonry, and its relation to the theosophic, scientific and philosophic mysteries; publisher of The Kneph, official journal of the Antient and Primitive Rite; 26 short papers in the Transactions of Quatuor Coronati Lodge No. 2076; The Magian Mysteries; Masonry and the Crusades; Modern Rosicrucianism;


Resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Yarker; http://freemasonry.bcy.ca/biography/esoterica/yarker_j/yarker_j.html; read him here - http://darkbooks.org/collection/John-Yarker.html ; http://www.weiserantiquarian.com/cgi-bin/wab455/44550.html ;