In 1955 Alfred Andreas Droz (b. 6.11.1906) became a "lawful Minerval" of the "Illuminati Order of Helvetia" in the "Grand Lodge of the Flaming Star". Metzger gave him a passage from Crowley's 'Liber AL' as an accompaniment; it was chapter 2 verse 3: "In the sphere I am everywhere the centre, as she, the circumference, is nowhere found."
In the same year Droz "Alanus" was made a Grand Magus in Vienna, and on December 31st "Deputed Master of the Collegium Pansophicum" with a charter numbered 151. In 1956 he gained the Magus grade in the IO Helvetia, but at the start of 1957 Droz dropped Metzger, because Droz didn't accept the equal rights of the women in the Illuminati Order.
Together with five other members of the O.T.O. and Illuminati from Stein, Droz tried and failed to form an alliance with the French Memphis-Misraim group, which had seceded from the A.M.O.R.C. under the Belgian Jean Mallinger. [Gérard Galtier: "Maçonnerie Egyptienne", Ed. du Rocher, 1989, 386.]
Later on, Droz's group was regularised as a Masonic Craft Lodge by the Swiss Alpina Grand Lodge, and worked its rituals at the Masonic Temple at Roswiesenstrasse in Zurich.
Droz subscribed to Metzger's "Oriflamme" up until 1962, and surprisingly enough continued to give lectures at Stein until 1978; he died in 1983.
Context: Die Psychosophische Gesellschaft.
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