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Brother of the Third Degree

Esoteric Novel About Secret Societies, Higher Initiation, and Final Enlightenment
Narrated by: Cory Thomas Hutcheson
Length: 8 hrs and 10 mins
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This a classic occult novel from the late 19th century that touches upon such themes as karma, reincarnation, secret societies, meditation, yoga, Saint Germain, conspiracies, and much more.

It is a pause resister and quite an enjoyable romp through all things esoteric and theosophical. 

Garver was doing Dan Brown a century before the famous Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons

With a very brief introduction by Professor David Christopher Lane, Ph.D.

Public Domain (P)2018 MSAC Philosophy Group

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  • C.J. Piek
  • 11-11-19

Moving and emotional

This novel takes one on a journey to desire a higher form of love. It also opens your mind to the bigger picture of God, and the ladder of progress men can attain to in becoming one with God. The teachings in this ancient novel are continued in The Summit Lighthouse today.

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  • Achija
  • 17-07-18

Cory Thomas Hutcheson is amazing!

One of the best narrators out there! Snap up his work, in outage him to narrate more!

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