The Order of the S.E.K. was a secret society, dedicated to "the study of symbolism and its application to the psychical aspects of man," with particular interest in ancient Egyptian myth.
- ↑ Gould, S. C., ed. (November 1896), Order of the S.E.K., "Masonic and Arcane Societies in the U.S.", Miscellaneous Notes and Queries 14 (11): 283, https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.32044092649565;view=1up;seq=297, retrieved 2016-05-12, "This Order is a circle of students for the study of symbolism and its application to the psychical aspects of man — "I think, therefore, I am." The unfoldment of a cube is a crucifixion cross. The esoteric student can penetrate within the veil. Some of its members are also students of Egyptology. The membership is quite limited and scattered. The head of the Order, we think, resides in Massachusetts."