American Occult College

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American Occult College
Formation 1925; re-incorporated in 1929
Headquarters Washington, D.C.; reformed in Indiana after original charter revoked
Dean O. J. Briggs
Key people Konstantinos B. Dokas

The American Occult College was an American mail-order scholastic enterprise (or diploma mill), originally formed in 1925 by O. J. Briggs at Washington, D.C., and later re-incorporated in 1929 at Indianapolis, Indiana, which offered to correspondence students a course and accompanying doctorate in Occult Science, "and other Special Courses with certificate for the Special Course."[1] Students of the college included the likes of C. B. Braganza, a Boston astrologer.


  1. Hartmann, William C., ed. (1925), "American Occult College", Hartmann's Who's Who in Occult, Psychic and Spiritual Realms, Jamaica, N.Y.: The Occult Press, p. 183,