Various mystica antiqua - mediaeval mysteries vol. 1


In 1885, Kellner met the Theosophical and Rosicrucian scholar, Dr. Franz Hartmann (1838 – 1912). He and Hartmann later collaborated on the development of the “ligno-sulphite” inhalation therapy for tuberculosis, which formed the basis of treatment at Hartmann’s sanitarium near Saltzburg. During the course of his studies, Kellner believed that he had discovered a “Key” which offered a clear explanation of all the complex symbolism of Freemasonry, and, Kellner believed, opened the mysteries of Nature. Kellner developed a desire to form an  Academia Masonica  which would enable all Freemasons to become familiar with all existing Masonic degrees and systems.


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