Humanitas Lodge, Vienna

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The Humanitas Lodge refers to a freemasonic lodge in Vienna, Austria, founded on 26 June 1869. During its early years, because of a curious law in the Austo-Hungarian Empire which meant that freemasonry was illegal in Austria itself, the Jewish and Austrian members from Vienna had to claim that they were conducting ceremonies just over the border in Hungary. Notable members have included Carl Kellner, the founder of the Ordo Templi Orientis, who was initated in 1873. Others have incuded Coudenhove-Kalergi, the ideological founder of the European Union project, through his Paneuropean Union organisation and Simon Popper, the father of Jewish polemicist Karl Popper.

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References

  1. Hacohen 2002, p. 42.

Bibliography

  • Hacohen, Malachi Haim (2002). Karl Popper - The Formative Years, 1902-1945. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521890551.  (Jewish)
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