Saint-Yves d'Alveydre

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Alexandre Saint-Yves, Marquess of Alveydre AKA Joseph Alexandre of Alveydre;

France 1842 - 1909

Comments: developed the term Synarchy; Rosicrucian; Freemason; Atlantis; Ancient Egypt; subterranean caverns of Agartha; gematria; The Chain of Being, everyone is born into a place in life, fatalistic; Believed Spiritual Orders should undermine and replace Civil authorities, like Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin and Adam Weishaupt; Creator of quasi - Masonic Rites;


Teachers: brought Antoine Fabre d'Olivet's work to the public; influenced by Plato; Pythagoras; Hardjij Scharipf; Johannes Valentinus Andreae AKA Christian Rosenkreutz; Martinez de Pasqually; Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin;


Students: Papus; Victor Blanchard (AKA Sar Yesir) ; Nizier Anthelme Philippe; René A. Schwaller de Lubicz; Emile Dantinne; Rudolf Steiner; James Bramwell; Peter Davidson; George W. Snow; Joscelyn Godwin, author of Saint-Yves d'Alveydre and his Archeometer;


Friends: Victor Hugo; Marquis Stanislas de Guaita; Joséphin Péladan; Oswald Wirth

Enemies:

Organizations; Martinist Order; Freemasonry; York Rite of Freemasonry; Knights Templars;

Author; "Lyrical Testament"; "Keys of the Orient", 1842; Mission des Juifs AKA Mission of the Jews (1884);"Mission de l'Inde en Europeä" , 1886; l'Archéomètre; The Kingdom of Agarttha: A Journey into the Hollow Earth; Current Mission of the Sovereigns, 1882; Current Mission of the Workers, 1882; States-general of Universal Suffrage, 1888;


Resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint-Yves_d%27Alveydre;