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Harvey opens with a chapter that reviews the careers of Martines de Pasqually and Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin, the two Martins who were founders of the movement.
For example, Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin, one of the most influential figures of the post-Enlightenment occult revival, was a major influence on the counterrevolutionary thinker Joseph de Maistre; Stanislas de Guaita, the founder of the revived Rosicrucian order of the fin-de-siecle, was a childhood friend of the writer Maurice Barres, a key figure in the integralist new Right of the late nineteenth century; and Gaston Mery, founder of the occult journal L'Echo du Merveilleux, was a former collaborator on La Libre Parole, a journal edited by the radical anti-Semite Edouard Drumont.
(2.) Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin, Lettre a un ami, ou considerations politiques, philosophiques, et religieuses sur la Revolution francaise (Paris, 1795), 1.
referred to the followers of Martines de Pasqually" in Bates, "The Mystery of Truth: Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin's Enlightened Mysticism" Journal of the History of Ideas 61 (2000): 635-55.
William Blake y los dos "gnosticos de la Revolucion", Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin y Antoine Fabre d'Olivet, responden ya a caracteres propios de nuestros tiempos.