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Periodical: The Seer and Celestial Reformer

Summary: Edited by John Thomas and J. J. Morse. This is the first of a trio of related publications, associated with two important occult organizations: the British and Foreign Society of Occultists, and the Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor. The Seer and Celestial Reformer, which was funded by the British and Foreign Society of Occultists (an astrological group associated with John Thomas) merged into The Occultist (largely the work of Peter Davidson and Thomas Henry Burgoyne, of the HBofL) for a single issue (?) before The Occultist changed its name (due to a dispute over the ownership of that name) to The Occult Magazine. While it is not clear what the Spiritualist medium J. J. Morse had to do with The Occultist and The Occult Magazine (and therefore with Davidson, Burgoyne and the HBofL), Morse was very involved in The Seer and Celestial Reformer, acting as publisher, its only advertiser, and contributing content.
IssuesSeer and Celestial Reformer: V1 N1 July 1884
Seer and Celestial Reformer: V1 N2 August 1884
Seer and Celestial Reformer: V1 N3 September 1884
Seer and Celestial Reformer: V1 N4 October 1884
Seer and Celestial Reformer: V1 N5 November 1884
Seer and Celestial Reformer: V1 N6 December 1884


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