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Harvey Spencer Lewis

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Harvey Spencer Lewis
Alias(es) Wishar Spenle Cervé
Born 25 November 1883(1883-11-25)
Frenchtown, New Jersey
Died 23 June 2002 (118)
San Jose, California
Affiliations New York Institute for Psychical Research; Ancient and Mystical Order Rosae Crucis (AMORC)

Harvey Spencer Lewis (November 25, 1883 - August 2, 1939) was an American author, publisher, and radio broadcaster, known principally for his work in the areas of parapsychology and occult traditions, in particular Rosicrucianism, where he is notable as the founder of Ancient and Mystical Order Rosae Crucis (AMORC) in the United States.

Selected Bibliography

  • Lewis, H. Spencer (1929), Rosicrucian Questions and Answers: With Complete History of the Rosicrucian Order, Rosicrucian Library, San Jose, Calif.: Rosicrucian Press 
  • Lewis, H. Spencer (1929), The Mystical Life of Jesus, Rosicrucian Library, San Jose, Calif.: Rosicrucian Press 
  • Lewis, H. Spencer (1929), Self Mastery and Fate with the Cycle of Life, Rosicrucian Library, San Jose, Calif.: Rosicrucian Press 
  • Lewis, H. Spencer (1929), A Thousand Years of Yesterdays: a Strange Story of Mystic Revelations, San Francisco, California: College Press, https://archive.org/details/thousandyearsofy00lewi 
  • Lewis, H. Spencer (1929), Rosicrucian Principles for the Home And Business, San Jose, Calif.: Rosicrucian Press, AMORC College 
  • Lewis, H. Spencer (1930), Mansions of the Soul, Rosicrucian Library, San Jose, Calif.: Rosicrucian Press, https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39076005008615 
  • Cervé, W. S. (pseud.); Ward, James D. (1931), Lemuria: The Lost Continent of the Pacific, Rosicrucian Library, San Jose, Calif.: Rosicrucian Press 
  • Lewis, H. Spencer (1936), The Symbolic Prophecy of the Great Pyramid, San Jose, Calif.: Supreme Grand Lodge of AMORC 
  • Lewis, H. Spencer (1937), Mental Poisoning, San Jose, Calif.: Supreme Grand Lodge of AMORC 

Lewis was also the editor of various AMORC publications, beginning with the American Rosae Crucis and Cromaat, continuing with The Triangle (later The Mystic Triangle), and finally Rosicrucian Digest.