218 The Glyph* Bhatteh.
good to stir the medicine for the sick, with the finger, in the Basin of
the ovoid, for by such means it can be quadruply charged with the
divinest and most loving, therefore healing effluence of the tremen¬
dous soul of man.
Concluding Paragraphs.—Many will suspect from our true
name — Brotherhood of Eulis—that we really mean " Eleusis,"
and they are not far wrong. The Eleusinian Philosophers (with
whom Jesus is reputed to have studied) were philosophers of Sex ;
and the Eleusinian Mysteries were mysteries thereof,—just such as
the writer of this has taught ever since he began to think, and
suffered for his thoughts, through the unfledged "Philosophers" of
the century, amidst whom only now and then can a true thinker or
real reasoner be found.
Through the Night of time the lamp of Eulis has lighted our
path, and enabled obscure brethren to illuminate the world. Before
Pythagoras, Plato, Hermes, and Budha, we were! and when their
systems shall topple into dust, we will still flourish in immortal
youth, because we drink of life at its holy fountain ; and restored,
pure, healthful, and normal sex with its uses to and with us means
Restoration, Strength, Ascension, not their baleful opposites, as in
the world outside the pale of genuine science. Up to the publica¬
tions hereof on this continent we were indeed secret, for not one-
tenth of those tested and called " Rosicrucians," knew of the deeper,
yet simpler philosophy. But the time has come to spread the new
doctrines because the age is ripe. I — We — no longer put up
difficult barriers, but affiliate with all who are broad enough to
accept Truth, no matter what garb she may wear. But till then we
shut out the world ; now we open our hearts and hands to welcome
all true searchers of the Infinite, — all seekers after the attainable.
We have determined to teach the Esoteric doctrines of the _Eth ; to
accept all worthy aspirants, initiate them, and empower them to
instruct, upbuild, and initiate others, — forming lodges if so they
The doctrines and beliefs are broadly laid down in the series of
books published from the same source as the present; but especially