Here’s a cute story that appear in New Zealand’s Stuff Magazine regarding a couple who are restoring part of the property owned by Robert Felkin, a member of the Golden Dawn and an adherent of Anthroposophy to its former glory. The story starts:
Toitoi marketing manager Rosie Dawson-Hewes’ charming Arts and Crafts home in sunny Havelock North has a strange history.
Before being moved down the hill in the 80s, their 1910-built home was connected to the category 1 listed building Whare Ra. It was used by Whare Ra’s owner, Dr Robert Felkin, the then head of the Hermetic Order of The Golden Dawn, an international occult group that once included Aleister Crowley among its adherents, as a surgery.
Now she and her teacher husband Phil Dawson-Hewes are returning the home to its original glory, starting with the petrol blue living room.
Read the whole article: