William Butler Yeats is one of the many famous names to come from the original Golden
Dawn. His poetry and writings were a display of his passion for mysticism and the Occult
Sciences. These were largely expressed in various publications (e.g. Your Pathway),
earning him the Nobel Prize in 1924 for literature. But more important was his desire and
striving for knowledge of that which is beyond what we know and that of the unknown.
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Yeats continued his search for knowledge of that which is not written for man to read.
But like all things, life comes to an end. His accomplished life ended when the Sun
entered Aquarius on January 28th, 1939. Roqueborne, South France was where he took
his last breath. A last breath that would be long remembered by those in the world of
literature, and the thousands who are thinking with a Western Mind.