Magical Union of Cologne
A society stated in a manuscript of the Rosicrucians (under
the pseudonym ‘‘Omnis Moriar’’) at Cologne, Germany, to
have been founded in that city in the year 1115. In the
Rosenkreutzer in seiner Blosse (1786) of F. G. E. Weise, it was stated
that the initiates wore a triangle, symbolizing power, wisdom,
and love. The more exalted orders among them were
called Mage or Wise Masters, and these held the greater mysteries
of the fraternity. They were masters of secret sciences and
achieved feats that seemed supernatural.

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