3924 – Alpha Omega Handwritten Manuscript Notebook

Physical description:
A thick black-cover notebook with a typed label adhered which reads: The Rosicrucian Order of the A. O.
Museum classification:
Ritual Magic
Size:
22.5 cm x 18 cm
Information:

This is a manuscript containing information relating to the Alpha et Omega Order, also known as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.

The front cover features a typed label with pencil marking on it which read: "Concourse of  Forces [illegible]".

Inside on the first page there is a blue label as pictured below.

 

The first few pages are blank. The titular page has writing in red and black ink, the heading reads: "Part of the Book of the Concourse of the Forces" and "This follows the part known as Ritual X". The following pages feature topics and titles such as the Tablet of Union, Calvary Cross, The Cherubic Signs, Enochian Tablets, Egyptian Gods. The majority of the pages (mostly the second half of the notebook) have no writing.

See the Alpha Omega tag for objects thematically related to this manuscript. 

Alpha-Omega Collection

These items came from a generous donor who wishes to remain anonymous.  She inherited them from Dorothy May Cox, who was probably a member of Alpha Omega, and perhaps a relative of Donald W. Cox, who was initiated into AO around 1920.

Resource:
Document
Materials:
Paper and ink
Copyright ownership:
MWM

This is a manuscript containing information relating to the Alpha et Omega Order, also known as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.

The front cover features a typed label with pencil marking on it which read: "Concourse of  Forces [illegible]".

Inside on the first page there is a blue label as pictured below.

 

The first few pages are blank. The titular page has writing in red and black ink, the heading reads: "Part of the Book of the Concourse of the Forces" and "This follows the part known as Ritual X". The following pages feature topics and titles such as the Tablet of Union, Calvary Cross, The Cherubic Signs, Enochian Tablets, Egyptian Gods. The majority of the pages (mostly the second half of the notebook) have no writing.

See the Alpha Omega tag for objects thematically related to this manuscript. 

Alpha-Omega Collection

These items came from a generous donor who wishes to remain anonymous.  She inherited them from Dorothy May Cox, who was probably a member of Alpha Omega, and perhaps a relative of Donald W. Cox, who was initiated into AO around 1920.