James Wasserman

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A member of O.T.O. since 1976, Wasserman founded one of its oldest lodges, Tahuti Lodge, in New York City in 1979.[9] He has played a key role within the Order in publishing the literary corpus of Aleister Crowley. Wasserman began working in 1973 at Weiser Books, then the world’s largest bookstore and publishing company to specialize in esoteric literature. While working at Weiser, he met and befriended legendary filmmakers and occultists Harry Smith and Alejandro Jodorowsky. Wasserman worked with Brazilian occultist Marcelo Ramos Motta to publish the Commentaries of AL in 1975, for which he wrote the introduction. wiki

His most recent book is Templar Heresy: A Story of Gnostic Illumination (with Keith W. Stump and Harvey Rochman) Destiny Books, 2017. He coedited Secret Societies: Illuminati, Freemasons, and the French Revolution (2007) with Una Birch.

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