Posted on | December 30, 2011 | 1 Comment
The White Brother with the subtitle An Occult Autobiography was written in 1927 by Michael Houghton under the pseudonym Michael Juste. Houghton was an associate of Aleister Crowley and editor of the journal the Occult Observer. The White Brother refers to his theosophical studies that he shared with Paul Brunton, and the book specifically mentions Blavatsky’s Secret Doctrine. A character in Juste’s book named David was modeled on Brunton. Brunton and Houghton opened a bookstore together that went bankrupt after a few months. Juste later opened the famous Atlantis Bookshop in Bloomsbury.
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