by Michael Howard

Published by Destiny Books

Pages 179 - 183


40,000 BCE

Early establishment of Mystery schools, as depicted in the Lascaux

cave paintings.

30,000 BCE

According to some occult traditions this period saw the

colonization of Asia and Australasia by the inhabitants of the

lost continent of Lemuria or Mu. Goddess worship and matriaarchal

cultures established worldwide.

10,000 BCE

Evidence suggestive of early contact between extraterrestials and

Stone Age tribes in Tibet.

9,000 - 8,000 BCE

Estimated date of the destruction of Atlantis, according to some

occult traditions. The Atlantean priesthood flee to establish

colonies in the British Isles, Western Europe, North Africa and

South America. Rise of the Northern Mystery Tradition centered on

the island of Thule and the Aryan culture. Invention of the runic


5,000 BCE

First primitive cities established in the Middle East.

Agriculture begins with domestication of animals such as sheep and

goats. Possible contact between extraterrestials and early

Sumerian culture.

5,000 - 3,000 BCE

Formation of the two lands in pre-dynastic Egypt ruled by

outsiders (Isis and Osiris). The Egyptian pantheon of gods

established including Horus, Thoth, Set, Ra, Ptah and Hathor.

Pharoahs regarded as the divine representatives of the Gods.

3,000 - 2,000 BCE

Building of burial mounds and chambered tombs in Western Europe

and the Mediterranean area; the Sphinx and the Great Pyramids of

Giza and Cheops of Egypt; and the ziggurat (Towers of Babel) in

Ur. Sarmoung Brotherhood founded in Babylon.

2,000 - 1,000 BCE

Reign of Thothmes III in Egypt (c. 1480). Foundation of the

Rosicrucian Order. Reign of Akhenaton (c. 1370) who establishes

the mystical Brotherhood of Aton dedicated to the worship of the

Sun as a symbol of the Supreme Creator. Erection of Stonehenge

and other megalithic stone circles in the British Isles. Reign of

Ankhenaton's son Tutankhamun who re-establishes the old pantheon

of Egyptian gods and goddesses. Moses leads Children of Israel

out of slavery in Egypt during the reign of Ramses II to the

promised land of Canaan.

1,000 - 500 BCE

Foundation of the Dionysian Artificers. The building of Solomon's

temple (c. 950). Establishment of the city states of Greece and

the Olympic pantheon of gods to replace earlier Nature worship.

First temples erected in Mexico, Peru and southwest North America.

Celts invade Western Europe. Decline of Goddess worship and rise

of patriarchal sky gods personified by priest-kings. Rome founded

in 750.

500 BCE - 001 CE

Celtic culture established in Britain. The foundation of Druidic

wisdom colleges in Gaul and the British Isles. Odin recognized as

major god in the Northern Mysteries replacing the Mother Goddess

and is credited with inventing the runes. Buddha, Lao Tze,

Confucius, Pythagoras, Plato and Zoroaster preach their new

religions and philosophies. Maya culture in South America.

Establishment of Eleusinian mystery cults. Rise of the Essene

sect in Palestine and Judea. Birth of Jesus of Nazareth.

001 - 400 CE

Jesus possibly travels to India, Tibet and Britain to be initiated

into the esoteric traditions of East and West. Crucified for his

radical political and religious ideas (c. 33). Joseph of

Arimanthea establishes first Celtic Church at Glastonbury (c. 37).

Invasion of Britain by Roman legions and suppression of the Druids

(40 - 60). Paul travels to Asia Minor and Greece preaching his

version of the gospel (50). Jewish revolt against Roman rule led

by Zealots (66). Essenes suppressed and Dead Sea Scrolls hidden

in caves. Temple in Jerusalem destroyed by Romans (70). New

testament written. The Nazarenes break away from Judasim to found

the Christian Church (c. 80). Ormus is converted to Esoteric

Christianity by Mark. Mithrasim and the Mysteries of Isis compete

with Christianity in the Roman Empire. Mani, a Persian high

priest of Zoroastrianism, is crucified (276). Emperor Constantine

declares Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire.

The Council of Nicea defines heresy, condemns paganism and lays

the theological foundation for the Catholic or Universal Church

(325). Constantine's successor Julian the Apostate (361 - 363)

briefly re-establishes the pagan old religion. Emperor Theodosius

outlaws the worship of the pagan gods in Rome and closes the pagan

temples (378). Invasion of Rome, Greece and Europe by the

barbarians led by Atilla the Hun (395-480). Withdrawal of the

Roman legions from Britain (395). Foundation of the Order of

Comacine by ex-members of the Roman College of Architects.

500 - 1,000 CE

Mohammed founds Islam (dies 632). Celtic Church outlawed by

Council of Whitby (664). Foundation of first Sufi secret

societies (c. 700). First written translation of Emerald Tablet

of Hermes Trismegistus. Charlemagne founds alleged first

Rosicrucian Lodge in Toulouse (898). Foundation of the Cathars,

Druzes and Yezedi (900). Heretical Catholic monks found first

Rosicrucian college (1,000).

1000 - 1400 CE

Foundation of the Order of the Devoted of Assassins by

Hasan-i-Sabbah (1034-1124) and the Order of St John (1050). First

Crusade to the Holy Land (1095). Capture of the city of Jerusalem

by Godfrey de Bouillan, founder of the Priory of Sion (1099).

Assassins infiltrate Thuggee cult in India. Foundation of the

Order of the Knights of the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem (1118).

Charter granted to the Priory of Sion by Pope Alexander II (1178).

Crusade launched against Cathars (1208). Inquistion created to

fight heresy (1215). Massacre of the Cathars at Montsegur in

Southern France (1241). Troubadours practising their cult of

courtly love. Occult schools teaching the Cabbala and alchemy

established in Spain by the Moors. Count Rudolf von Hapsburg

crowned as Holy Roman Emperor (1273). Knights Templars arrested

by King Philip of France on charges of devil worship, heresy and

sexual perversion (1307). Last official Grand Master of the

Templars, Jacques de Molay, burnt at the stake and the Order goes

underground (1314).

1400 - 1600 CE

Alleged life of Christian Rosenkreutz (1379-1482). Foundation

of the Order of the Garter by Edward III (1348). First

publication of the Corpus Heremeticum by the Medici family in

Italy (1460). Publication of Malleus Malifiracum and the papal

bull of Pope Innocent which began the medieval witch hunting

hysteria (1484 and 1486). Martin Luther begins Reformation

(1521). Henry Agrippa refers to the Templars as Gnostics and

worshippers of the phallic god Priapus (1530). Life of Dr John

Dee (1527-1608). Foundation of the British Secret Service by Sir

Francis Walsingham. Birth of Johann Valenti Andrea (1586). Life

of Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626). Defeat of the Spanish Armada,

with magical help from the New Forest Witches (1588).

1600 - 1700 CE

Foundation of the Virginia Company by James I (1606). The

Romanovs become Czars of Russia (1613). Publication of

Rosicrucian manifesto (1614). Life of Elias Ashmole (1617-1692).

Voyage of the Mayflower to New England and the publication of Sir

Francis Bacon's novel The New Atlantis (1620). Establishment of

the pagan community of Merrymount in Massachusetts by Thomas

Morton. English Civil War begins (1642). First English Mason

guild accepts non-stonemasons into its meetings (c. 1646).

Charles I convicted of treason and beheaded (1649). Oliver

Cromwell allegedly makes pact with the Devil in order to retain

power. Introduction of Freemasonry to American colonies by Dutch

settlers (1658). Order of Pietists founded in Pennsylvania


1700 - 1800 CE

Birth of the Comte de Saint-Germain (1710). Masonic Grand Lodge

of England and Druid Order founded (1717). First Masonic lodge

founded in France (1721)> Benjamin Franklin initiated as Mason

(1731). Chevalier Alexander Ramsey informs French Masons that

they are heirs to the Templar tradition (1736). Roman Church

condemns Masonry (1738). Birth of Count Cagliostro. Comte de

Saint-Germain involved in Jacobite plot to restore Stuart dynasty

to the English Throne (1743). Society of Flagellants and Skopski

founded in Russia (1750). George Washington initiated as a Mason

(1752). Sir Francis Dashwood founds the Hell Fire Club. Franklin

visits England to discuss the future of American colonies with

Dashwood (1758). Foundation of the Rite of the Strict Observance

by Baron von Hund based on the Templar tradition. Frederick of

Prussia founds Order of the Architects of Africa and uses the

title Illuminati to describe his neo-Masonic lodges (1768).

Franklin elected Grand Master of the Nine Sisters lodge in Paris

(1770). Grand Orient founded in France (1771). Boston Tea Party

(1773). Washington appointed Commander-in-Chief of the new

American Army (1775). Order of Perfectibilists or Illuminati

founded. American Revolution (1776). Czar Peter founds the

Secret Circle (1778). Supposed death of the Comte Saint-Germain

(1784). Grand Masonic Congress allegedly plots French Revolution.

Cagliostro involved in Diamond Necklace Affair. Illuminati banned

in Bavaria and goes underground (1785). French Revolution (1789).

Illuminist conspiracy to overthrow the Hapsburgs (1794).

1800 - 1900 CE

Count Grabinka founds secret society in St. Petersburg based on

Martinism and Rosicrucianism (1803). French republican plot to

assassinate Napoleon by placing a bomb under his coach, led by

occultist Fabre d'Olivet. Emperor Napoleon takes control of

French Masonry (1805). Revived Templar Order in France celebrates

the martyrdom of Jacques de Molay with public requiem (1808).

Foundation of the Order of Sublime Perfects (1809). Eliphas Levi

(1810-1875) reveals the secret symbolism of the Templar idol

Baphomet. Czar Alexander I and Emperor Francis von Hapsburg unite

to defeat Italian revolution incited by secret societies. John

Quincy Adams, initiate of the Dragon Society, is elected US

President (1820). Czar Alexander outlaws Masonry in Russia

(1822). Decembrist secret society attempts coup when Czar

Alexander allegedly dies (1825). AntiMasonic Party founded in US

to combat secret societies in American politics (1828). Wagner

joins the Vaterlandsverein, a secret society dedicated to the

formation of a pan-European federation of nations. Masonic

convention at Strasbourg allegedly plots second French Revolution

(1848). Napoleon III condemns Grand Orient for dabbling in

radical politics (1850). Paschal Randolph founds Hermetic

Brotherhood of the Light (1858). Abraham Lincoln is assassinated

(1865). Klu Klux Klan founded (1866). Society of Rosicrucians in

Anglia founded (1867). Foundation of the Theosophical Society by

Madame Blavasky on instructions of the Great White Brotherhood.

Birth of Aleister Crowley (1875). Mysterious suicide of ArchDuke

Rudolph von Hapsburg at a hunting lodge at Mayerling (1889).

Foundation of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn (1888).

Assassination of Empress Elizabeth von Hapsburg by anarchist


1900 - 1897 CE

Foundation of the Ordo Templi Orientis (1900). International

Order of CoFreemasonry founded in 1902. Publication of The

Protocols of the Wise Men of Zion in Russia (1905). Foundation of

the Ancient and Mystical Order of the Rose Crucis (1909). Black

Hand Society founded in 1911. Aleister Crowley accepted as head

of the British OTO. Order of the Temple of the Rosy Cross founded

in 1912. Assassination of ArchDuke Franz Ferdinand and

Archduchess Sophia von Hapsberg. Attempted murder of Rasputin.

WWI begins in 1914. Kaiser Wilhelm abdicates. Hapsburg dynasty

is overthrown. Bolshevik Revolution in Russia (1917-1918).

Foundation of German Workers Party by Thule Society (1919).

Hitler joins GWP and changes its name to the National Socialist

Party (1920). Crowley employed by MI6. Cardinal Roncalli, later

Pope John XXIII, allegedly joins Rosicrucian Order. Hitler

becomes first chancellor of the Third Reich (1933). Roosevelt

places Illuminist symbol of eye in triangle on the dollar bill

(1935). Nazi invasion of England prevented by New Forest Witches

(1940). Rudolf Hess lured to Britain on peace mission by fake

astrological data (1941). Order of the Temple revived in France

(1952). First Bilderberg meeting in 1954. Foundation of the P2

Lodge (1960). Death of Pope Paul VI, election and alleged murder

of Pope John Paul I, and election of Pope John Paul II (1978).

Exposure of P2 conspiracy. Attempt to assassinate John Paul II

(1981). L'Ordre Internationale Chevelresque Tradition Solaire

founded on instructions of the revived Order of the Temple in

France (1984).


5 January 1991


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