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  • Saint-Yves introduced the idea of Agarttha or Agartha, as it is now, a synarchically organized land somewhere in the Himalayas, where no Westerner is allowed and whose population of initiates is governed by Mahatmas, or spiritual masters.

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  • Its mystic name Agarttha, elusive to Violence, says very clearly that it conceals its location from the curious.

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  • Agarttha therefore had only an indirect influence on the rest of the globe, through certain chosen individuals.

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  • Once again, the reality of what Saint-Yves himself experienced is unknowable and in any case is ultimately less important than hisbelief that the Mahatmas of Agarttha had made direct contact, not only confirming his synarchist ideology but perhaps even shaping his original ideas.

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  • Subsequently, several times Agarttha moved its seat, which corresponds to a population of twenty million inhabitants, but around this center extends a synarchic confederation of peoples, corresponding to more than forty million souls.

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  • Other occultists developed Saint-Yves’s Agarttha, particularly the relationship between the sacred, hidden land and the rest of the world, as a key concept of European esotericism.

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  • Agarttha is also mentioned in Saint-Yves’s Joan of Arc poem, the reference explained in a note: Following the revolutions that broke up the ancient synarchic organization revealed inThe Mission of the Jews, this Mother-University closed its Mysteries more and more.

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  • Le Cour was certainly an admirer of Saint-Yves, his books including direct references to the Marquis’s work, also incorporating Agarttha and so on.

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  • The knee-jerk, natural assumption is that Saint-Yves’s detailed description of life in Agarttha is a fictional account of the workings of his perfect state, similar to Thomas More’sUtopia —therefore his insistence that Agarttha was a real place may be taken with a large pinch of salt.

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  • According to Papus’s group the Friends of Saint-Yves Les Amis de Saint-Yves,Mission of India was the product of “a double series of researches, first intellectual, then astral,”141suggesting that Saint-Yves utilized psychic or perhaps even magical means to discover more about Agarttha and the Mahatmas, corresponding neatly withla chose of the Elect Cohens and the Agent Inconnu of the Knights Beneficent.

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