Death of Teder to Clermont-Ferrand.
Charles Tedre said Teder (May 27, 1855 - September 26, 1918), died in Clermont-Ferrand. Jean Bricaud claims to his estate, that Victor Blanchard will soon challenge. Accentuating addiction Teder, Bricaud now reserve the Martinist Order to Freemasons and excludes female candidates. He also associate to the Gnostic Church and the Masonic rite "Egyptian" Memphis Misraim who became de facto the antechamber.
Jean Bricaud (1881 - 1934) replaced him as head of the Martinist Order, but will remain challenged by members of the Supreme Council, which Augustine Chaboseau because he was too maçonnisé College and recruited as among Master Masons. Victor Blanchard leave the Martinist Order in 1920 to create the Martinist Order Synarchic.
Pedro P. Dollar:.
Por Cuba, con Dios y la Masoneria
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