Initiates of Thibet

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Initiates of Thibet
Maitre Venere Alberto de Sarâk
Main organ "L'Étoile D'orient" (Paris)

The Order of the Initiates of Thibet was an occult society, organised by Count Alberto de Sarâk in the early twentieth century,[1] and and active as local branches called Oriental Esoteric Centers, including one in Washington, D.C. under a General Secretary S.L. Lee.[2]

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  1. "A MODERN MIRACLE", The Deseret Evening News (Salt Lake City, Utah) 53 (78): 12, 1903-02-20, https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=336&dat=19030220&id=QVUwAAAAIBAJ&sjid=BlYDAAAAIBAJ&pg=3668,3349401, retrieved 2016-08-05 
  2. Gould, S. C., ed. (April 1905), Initiates of Thibet, "Arcane Societies in the United States", Historic Magazine and Notes and Queries 23 (4): 91, https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=njp.32101064475955;view=1up;seq=109, retrieved 2016-05-09, "There is an Oriental Esoteric Center under obedience to the Supreme Council of the Initiates of Thibet located at Washington, D.C., 1443 Corcoran Street. The propaganda name of the Initiates is "The Radiant Truth," and under that device the Initiates say they will go forth with their Venerated Master (Dr. Sarak) "Forward, ever forward!" "To Think is to Create, to Create is to Love, to Love is to Live." For further particulars enquiries can be addressed to the General Secretary (S. L. Lee), as above. There are seven Esoteric Members of the Order in Washington, D.C."