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Doreal, Maurice

Maurice Doreal was the name adopted by Claude Doggins as head of the Brotherhood of the White Temple, an occult fraternity headquartered in Sedalia, Colorado. Doreal was born in Sulfur Springs, Oklahoma. As a youth, he became interested in Tarzan, which quickly broadened into a general interest in fantasy and science-fiction literature, and by 1950, his library included some 5,000 titles. His interests also expanded to the occult. He served in World War I, after which he spent eight years in Tibet. He also visited Mount Shasta in northern California.

Doreal founded the Brotherhood of the White Temple in 1930. He spent much of his life writing the Brotherhood lessons and a series of pamphlets, called the Little Temple Library, on a wide variety of topics from Atlantis to UFOs from his contact with the Great White Lodge of Masters, those who have passed beyond their earthly experience and now seek to guide humanity in its evolution.

Doreal died in 1963. The Brotherhood has continued to the present using his many writings as their authoritative literature.

The Emerald Tablets

The history of the Emerald Tablets is strange and beyond the belief of modern scientists. Their antiquity is stupendous, dating back some 36,000 years BC. The writer is Thoth, an Atlantean Priest-King, who founded a colony in ancient Egypt after the sinking of the mother country.