3919 – Alpha Omega Tarot Trumps Manuscript Notebook

Physical description:
An aged notebook with a reddish patterned front page and a label adhered to the front titled "The Anchor Manifold Order Book".
Museum classification:
Ritual magic
Size:
21.5 cm x 14 cm
Information:

A small  notebook with a reddish patterned cover, with handwritten notes and drawings inside. This notebook is part of the collection of Dorothy May Cox which consists of various documents and objects relating to the occult Rosicrucian Order of the Alpha et Omega (also referred to as The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn) which was co-founded in London, England by Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers in 1888. See the Alpha Omega tag for more items from the collection.

On the front cover there is a label adhered which reads "The "ANCHOR" Manifold Order Book Best quality. British Materials Throughout." Inside, one of the (detached) pages has a pencil marking "The Gods [illegible] D.V. Cox". The first few pages describe colours in the context of the A. O. system. Other pages feature headings such as "Medical astrology", "The Influence of the Moon", and "the Law of attraction". It also contains notes on theosophy, magical remedies for various conditions, and multiple quotes from The Path [author?]. 

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

A small  notebook with a reddish patterned cover, with handwritten notes and drawings inside. This notebook is part of the collection of Dorothy May Cox which consists of various documents and objects relating to the occult Rosicrucian Order of the Alpha et Omega (also referred to as The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn) which was co-founded in London, England by Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers in 1888. See the Alpha Omega tag for more items from the collection.

On the front cover there is a label adhered which reads "The "ANCHOR" Manifold Order Book Best quality. British Materials Throughout." Inside, one of the (detached) pages has a pencil marking "The Gods [illegible] D.V. Cox". The first few pages describe colours in the context of the A. O. system. Other pages feature headings such as "Medical astrology", "The Influence of the Moon", and "the Law of attraction". It also contains notes on theosophy, magical remedies for various conditions, and multiple quotes from The Path [author?]. 

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.