Great White Brotherhood
The group of superhuman adepts or masters who many
Theosophists and other occultists believed guide the development
of the human race. The brotherhood was occasionally associated
with a ‘‘great white lodge’’ situated in astral realms.
Modern Rosicrucians define the Great White Brotherhood as
‘‘the school or Fraternity of the Great White Lodge and into
this invisible Brotherhood of visible members every true student
of the Path prepares for admission.’’ Current address unavailable.
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