The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn was a secret society devoted to the study and practice of the occult and paranormal activities during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Known as a magical order, the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn was active in Great Britain and focused its practices on theurgy and spiritual development. Many present-day concepts of ritual and magic that are at the centre of contemporary traditions, such as Wicca and Thelema, were inspired by the Golden Dawn, which became one of the largest single influences on 20th-century Western occultism; the three founders, William Robert Woodman, William Wynn Westcott and Samuel Liddell Mathers, were Freemasons. Westcott appears to have been the initial driving force behind the establishment of the Golden Dawn; the Golden Dawn system was based on initiation like the Masonic lodges. The "Golden Dawn" was the first of three Orders, although all three are collectively referred to as the "Golden Dawn"; the First Order taught esoteric philosophy based on the Hermetic Qabalah and personal development through study and awareness of the four classical elements as well as the basics of astrology, tarot divination, geomancy.
The Second or "Inner" Order, the Rosae Rubeae et Aureae Crucis, taught magic, including scrying, astral travel, alchemy. The Third Order was that of the "Secret Chiefs", who were said to be skilled; the foundational documents of the original Order of the Golden Dawn, known as the Cipher Manuscripts, are written in English using the Trithemius cipher. The manuscripts give the specific outlines of the Grade Rituals of the Order and prescribe a curriculum of graduated teachings that encompass the Hermetic Qabalah, occult tarot and alchemy. According to the records of the Order, the manuscripts passed from Kenneth R. H. Mackenzie, a Masonic scholar, to the Rev. A. F. A. Woodford, whom British occult writer Francis King describes as the fourth founder; the documents did not excite Woodford, in February 1886 he passed them on to Freemason William Wynn Westcott, who managed to decode them in 1887. Westcott, pleased with his discovery, called on fellow Freemason Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers for a second opinion.
Westcott asked for Mathers' help to turn the manuscripts into a coherent system for lodge work. Mathers in turn asked fellow Freemason William Robert Woodman to assist the two, he accepted. Mathers and Westcott have been credited with developing the ritual outlines in the Cipher Manuscripts into a workable format. Mathers, however, is credited with the design of the curriculum and rituals of the Second Order, which he called the Rosae Rubae et Aureae Crucis. In October 1887, Westcott claimed to have written to a German countess and prominent Rosicrucian named Anna Sprengel, whose address was said to have been found in the decoded Cipher Manuscripts. According to Westcott, Sprengel claimed the ability to contact certain supernatural entities, known as the Secret Chiefs, that were considered the authorities over any magical order or esoteric organization. Westcott purportedly received a reply from Sprengel granting permission to establish a Golden Dawn temple and conferring honorary grades of Adeptus Exemptus on Westcott and Woodman.
The temple was to consist of the five grades outlined in the manuscripts. In 1888, the Isis-Urania Temple was founded in London. In contrast to the S. R. I. A. and Masonry, women were allowed and welcome to participate in the Order in "perfect equality" with men. The Order was more of a metaphysical teaching order in its early years. Other than certain rituals and meditations found in the Cipher manuscripts and developed further, "magical practices" were not taught at the first temple. For the first four years, the Golden Dawn was one cohesive group known as "the Outer Order" or "First Order." An "Inner Order" was established and became active in 1892. The Inner Order consisted of members known as "adepts," who had completed the entire course of study for the Outer Order; this group of adepts became known as the Second Order. The Osiris temple in Weston-super-Mare, the Horus temple in Bradford, the Amen-Ra temple in Edinburgh were founded. In 1893 Mathers founded the Ahathoor temple in Paris. In 1891, Westcott's alleged correspondence with Anna Sprengel ceased.
He claimed to have received word from Germany that she was either dead or that her companions did not approve of the founding of the Order and no further contact was to be made. If the founders were to contact the Secret Chiefs it had to be done on their own. In 1892, Mathers professed. Subsequently, he supplied rituals for the Second Order, calling them the Red Cross of Gold; the rituals were based on the tradition of the tomb of Christian Rosenkreuz, a Vault of Adepts became the controlling force behind the Outer Order. In 1916, Westcott claimed that Mathers constructed these rituals from materials he received from Frater Lux ex Tenebris, a purported Continental Adept; some followers of the Golden Dawn tradition believe that the Secret Chiefs were not human or supernatural beings, but rather symbolic representations of actual or legendary sources of spiritual esotericism. The term came to stand for a great leader or teacher of a spir
Nicholas Raymond Plummer is an American professional baseball outfielder in the St. Louis Cardinals organization, he attended Brother Rice High School in Bloomfield Hills and was the Cardinals' first and 23rd overall selection in the 2015 Major League Baseball draft. Plummer attended Brother Rice High School in Michigan. Plummer became a starter on the varsity baseball team his freshman year; as a junior, he batted.573 with 34 runs batted in. Plummer committed to the University of Kentucky to play college baseball. Plummer was considered one of the top prospects for the 2015 Major League Baseball Draft and was selected 23rd overall by the St. Louis Cardinals in that draft, he signed for a $2.124 million bonus. He spent his entire first season in minor leagues with the Gulf Coast League Cardinals, playing in 51 games and batting.228 with eight doubles, one home run and 22 RBIs. Prior to the 2016 season, Baseball America ranked him as the eighth-best prospect in the Cardinals' system, he missed the entire 2016 season due to getting surgery on his hand.
He returned in 2017, playing for the Peoria Chiefs, where he posted a.198 batting average with four home runs and 17 RBIs in 92 games. Plummer returned to batting.205 with eight home runs and thirty RBIs in 104 games. Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference
Dhakoli is a town in the municipality of Zirakpur, Mohali District, India. It was incorporated in the municipality in 1999; the town contains Banquet Halls and planned colonies. Dashmesh Enclave Shakti Enclave Ambedker colony Gulmohar Avenue Spangle Heights Highway Homes Spangle Condos Solitaire Divine Saraswati Vihar Swami enclave Gulmohar Block Dee Ess Estates Ajeet Enclave Shiva Apartments Sushma Urban Views Ivory Enclave Green City Shanti Enclave Utkarsh Mishra's LinkedIn Instagram Luxmi Enclave Mamta Enclave Greenview Apartments Saraswati Vihar Gurjiwan Vihar Shri Ganesh Vihar MS Enclave HillView Enclave Krishna Enclave Kamdhenu Homez Spangle Heights Apartments DS Enclave Regalia Towers Shalimar Enclave Pine Homes Green Valley Apartments Motia Heights Apartments Gulmohar Trends Adarsh Enclave Guru Nanak Enclave New Generation Apartments Guru Nanak Colony Gulmohar Complex Vasant Vihar Guru Gobind Singh Nagar Vasant Vihar Ph 2 Shiva vihar Savitri Greens 2 Shalimar Enclave Golden Sand Apartments Air Force Enclave Jamuna Enclave Sushma Green Vista Maple Apartments The Hermitage Park New Generation Extension New Generation Duplex Rehmat Homes Sushma Elite Cross Sushma Crescent Gurdwara Baoli Sahib is situated in Dhakoli Village, Zirakpur, in Mohali District.
On his way back to Shri Anandpur Sahib after winning the Battle of Bhangani near Paonta Sahib, Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji reached the outskirts of dhakoli. As this village was laid down by Bhai Gurditta, elder son of Shri Guru Hargobind, there were lots of Sikh followers in the village. On hearing the news of Guru sahib's arrival, Chaudary Ishar Das, a resident of the village along with the other followers reached to take Guru sahib's blessing. Guru sahib asked if he could do something for the welfare of the area. Chaudary Ishar das with folded hands asked that there was no water in the village and people have to go to the Sukhna river to fetch water for their livelihood. Guru sahib was holding Barchaa in his hand. Hearing this problem Guru sahib started searching in the area and at particular place inserted his barcha in the soil and sweet and clean water started flowing from earth. Looking at this every one was happy and bowed before Guru sahib. Guru sahib gave some money to Chaudary to construct the place permanently and told him that this place will be known as Baoli Sahib.
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Nimmi Harasgama is an award-winning film actress in the Sri Lankan cinema. She made her screen-debut through the English movie Mother Teresa in 1997 by portraying a supporting character, her first appearance in the Sri Lankan cinema was begun with the main role at Sinhalese movie Ira Madiyama where she was acclaimed for her best performance at several award ceremonies, including 2004 International Film Festival of Las Palmas and 2006 SIGNIS Salutation Awards Ceremony. Nimmi Harasgama was born in Sri Lanka to a Sinhalese father and Tamil mother as the youngest of her family; when she was four her family moved to the UK where she completed her primary studies at all girls Church of England. After taking her graduation degree for Drama and Theatre Arts from Goldsmiths, University of London she left to New York City on a scholarship to participate in an Acting in Film Workshop at New York Film Academy. After appearing in a supportive role in English movie Mother Teresa: In the Name of God's Poor in 1997 Nimmi made her first step in to the Sri Lankan cinema in 2003 by playing the lead role in Prasanna Vithanage’s film Ira madiyama where she portrayed a role of a woman whose husband is missing in action.
Her successful performance throughout the movie brought her positive reviews and several accolades, including the Best Actress award at the 2004 International Film Festival in Spain. Following Ira madiyama, she appeared in her next television film Mother Theresa in the same year, filmed in Sri Lanka and Italy. In 2009 she appeared in her first Tamil speaking role in Enakkum oru per, a short film, nominated for the Golden Bear for Best Short at the Berlin International Film Festival in Germany. In 2011 she partnered with ETV, a Sri Lankan telelvision station to star in the talkshow Have a Chat With Auntie Netta. Nimmi Harasgama on IMDb
Karen Davies is a professional golfer from Wales who played on the LPGA Tour. Davies was born in Wales, she gained her first recognition as an amateur golfer when she won the Welsh Girls Championship in 1980 and 1982. Davies attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, United States, where she played for coach Mimi Ryan's Florida Gators women's golf team in National Collegiate Athletic Association competition from 1985 to 1988. While playing for Florida, she was the individual Southeastern Conference champion in 1986, led her Gators team to back-to-back NCAA championships in 1985 and 1986, set the team record for most collegiate events won with nine. Davies was honored as the SEC Freshman of the Year in 1985, the SEC Player of the Year in 1987, was a four-time first-team All-SEC selection and a three-time first-team All-American. In between college golf seasons, she played on the winning Great Britain and Ireland Curtis Cup teams in 1986 and 1988. Davies was inducted into the University of Florida Athletic Hall of Fame as a "Gator Great" in 2000.
Davies qualified for the LPGA Tour in 1990. Her best results on tour were a trio of sixth-place finishes: 1991 Ping-Cellular One LPGA Golf Championship, 1992 Itoki Hawaiian Ladies Open, 1996 Sara Lee Classic. 1980 Welsh Girls Championship 1982 Welsh Girls Championship Amateur Curtis Cup: 1986, 1988 Vagliano Trophy: 1987 List of Florida Gators women's golfers on the LPGA Tour List of University of Florida alumni List of University of Florida Athletic Hall of Fame members Karen Davies at the Legends Tour official site Davies's profile on Yahoo Sports Sports Profile
Pterostoma palpina, the pale prominent, is a moth from the family Notodontidae. The species was first described by Carl Alexander Clerck in 1759; the moth can be found in Central Asia. Pterostoma palpina has a wingspan of 35 to 52 mm. Beyond the black scaled tooth-like forewing projection the inner margin is notched. Long labial palps and tufts on the tail segment, give an elongated appearance; the antennae of the female are pectinated. Except that some specimens are more marked than others there is little variation; the larva is bluish green, with white dorsal and lateral lines, a black edged yellow stripe along the spiracles. The moth survives winter as a pupa; the imago looks like a piece of wood and the flying period ranges from the start of April to the start of September. ^ The flight season refers to the British Isles. This may vary in other parts of the range; the host plants are poplar. South R; the Moths of the British Isles, Frederick Warne & Co. Ltd. London & NY: 359 pp. online Pale Prominent at UKMoths Moths and Butterflies of Europe and North Africa Fauna Europaea Lepiforum e.
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