A.E. Waite: Magician of Many Parts by R.A. Gilbert

By R.A. Gilbert

This can be the 1st biography of A. E. Waite, the occultist who rose to prominence and based the airtight Order of the Golden sunrise after it have been destroyed.

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68 A. E. WAITE -MAGICIAN OF MANY PAR TS _ name of 'Sasiwn CurwDda') with the rather unnecessary aim of encouraging his fellow Bensonians to drink. It was not restricted to actors-although only founding members could assume the title of Lords Maltworm 2 -and Machen was anxious for Waite to join; so much so that Waite was made a member a mere two days after first hearing of the Order. On 6 October 1902 he was given the official name of Master Basil, the honorary title of Lord Tosspot, and the role of archivistof the Order; as befitted a drinking society the minutes he kept were both scrappy and all but illegible.

And I would prove to be kindred spirits, if chance brought us together as well it might, since she was always a possible visitor to Worthing and her parents for a few days, or so long as she could stand the place' (SLY, p. 105). Which was not for long, since she was very much one of the avant-garde and seen as such by her friends. One of them, Jerome K. Jerome, recalled that 'she lived by herself in diggings opposite the British Museum, frequented restaurants and aerated bread shops, and had many men friends: all ofwhich was considered very shocking in those days' (MyLifeandTimes, p.

But if there are doubts as to Dora's occupation there are none at all concerning her father. William Henry Lakeman was born in 1829, probably in Devon (Waite says it was a 'Devonshire family'), although his entire adult life was spent in the outer suburbs of London. From Hendon in the north he moved to Thornton Heath, on the southern outskirts of the city, where he set up the Queensbury Nursery about the time of Dora's marriage. Other nurserymen who knew Lakeman believed him to be a retired clergyman (probably a confusion with Granville Stuart..

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