To join the British Martinist Order, you need to be admitted through a ceremony of Initiation, or Regularisation (if you are already a member of another Martinist Order), in a BMO Temple. There are three sections or degrees and it will take the average student between eighteen months to two years for progression through each.
It is also advisable that prospective members are acquainted with the Western mystery tradition through previous study - although this is not a prerequisite of membership, it will give a foundation on which to build upon.
The criteria for membership is as follows:
The BMO does not have a mail order system, so to be a member you need to be able to attend a working group.
There is no charge for Initiation or Regularisation.
There are no dues for membership.
One of the important features about membership is that you should be able to set aside at least one evening per week, every week, for private study and meditation.
You do not have to be a member of any other esoteric organisation to be a member of the BMO.
For membership to be considered, you must be above the minimum legal age for your country of residence. In the United Kingdom the legal age is 18 years of age.
For further information and details, please write to the following addresses:
Memership Administrator, B.M.O., PO Box 148, Bury, Lancashire, BL8 1FP, United Kingdom
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