|Founder||Josephine W. Cables|
|Main organ||The Occult Word|
The Rochester Brotherhood was an esoteric society, organised by Josephine W. Cables at Rochester, New York on 3 November 1887, dedicated to the study of the Christian Scriptures and the teachings of Theosophy.
- Cables, Josephine W.; Crittenden, George, eds. (1884-1889), The Occult Word (Rochester, N.Y.: Rochester Brotherhood), http://www.iapsop.com/archive/materials/occult_word/
- Buck, J. D. (1889), The Perfect Man is the Anthropomorphic God, Christos, Chicago: Hermetic Publishing Company, https://archive.org/details/perfectmaninanth00buck
- Gould, S. C., ed. (November 1896), Rochester Brotherhood, "Masonic and Arcane Societies in the U.S.", Miscellaneous Notes and Queries 14 (11): 275, https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.32044092649565;view=1up;seq=289, retrieved 2016-10-18, "This society was organized in Rochester, N.Y., November 3, 1887. "Peace be with you." Its symbol is a triangle, with R.B. in the center, LL at the upper point, SS at the left point, and KD at the right point, all inside. LL — "Live the Life"; SS — "Search the Scriptures"; KD — "Know the Doctrine"; The Brotherhood published "The Perfect Man is the Anthropomorphic God." "Christos" in Greek letters enclosed in a circle surrounded by a halo. There were about 100 members."