The Directors of The Viktor Wynd Museum Require & Request the Delight of Your Company at the Unopening of The Temple of Agape
The Viktor Wynd Museum is delighted to announce that The Gnostic Temple of Agape will be relocating from its present hidden Occult location a mile outside the City walls to the more public venue of the museum’s Wunderkabinett, where visits from the uninitiated will, for the first time, be allowed.
The current custodian of The Temple, the artist Rufus White, is keen to expand the membership of the dying organisation, and hopes that a more public platform will encourage new devotees.
For hundreds, if not thousands, of years, The Temple, under the guardianship of the initiates, has been used as a place to celebrate the divine gift of love, to create spells, practice alchemy and summon angels and spirits from the other world.
The exact origins and history of The Temple are only revealed to third degree initiates, and much of the information surrounding this fascinating Cult is lost in the mists of time.
During its time in the Museum The Temple will continue to be in regular use when not open to members of the public.
A guide to The Temple and its Cult is in preparation and will probably be published early next year.
Alongside The Temple will be other items from Rufus White’s Collection of Paraphernalia & Regalia of Alchemy & the Occult.
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