Author Emericus Durden has developed the first comprehensively new approach to occult theory and practice in more than 50 years. His latest book - Occultism: Striving To Leave, Striving To Create - systematically lays out his entire approach, beginning with an introduction addressing why occultism matters, then launching into all three ‘phases’ of Mr. Durden’s occult methodology.
One of the ongoing problems facing students of the Golden Dawn tradition is a lack of functional lodges. Often a student is forced to be a long distance member of a group or go the route of self-initiation due to the absence of a lodge in their area. There remains another option, and that is to create their own lodge to study the mysteries of the Golden Dawn tradition.