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Dion Fortune

(Violet May Firth)
UK flag (1890 - 1946)

Fortune moved to Glastonbury in 1923 and formed a pilgrim centre known as the 'Chalice Orchard Club' along with a temple dedicated to the 'Mysteries of lsis' in West London known as the 'Belfry'. During her life, and since, she has received a large following. Many of her books are still read by occultists/neo-Pagans. Just after the World War II she was struck down with leukaemia and died at the age of 54. She is buried in Glastonbury, Somerset.
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Anthologies containing stories by Dion Fortune
Short stories
Blood-Lust (1926)
A Daughter of Pan (1926)
The Death Hound (1926)
The Man Who Sought (1926)
The Power House (1926)
Recalled (1926)
The Return of the Ritual (1926)
Scented Poppies (1926)
Sea Lure (1926)
The Soul That Would Not Be Born (1926)
The Subletting of the Mansion (1926)

Books about Dion Fortune
The Story of Dion Fortune (1998) by Carr Collins and Charles Fielding
Dion Fortune and the Inner Light (2000) by Gareth Knight

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