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Gareth Knight Group

The magical tradition of Gareth Knight and Dion Fortune

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Gareth Knight left us on the evening of 1st March 2022, peacefully during his sleep at the age of 91. He joins his beloved wife Roma, who passed in December 2019. The Gareth Knight Group (which he founded in 1973) is proud to continue his work into the future.


GK Conference
25th March 2023

The GK Group held its second conference at the Glastonbury Assembly Rooms on 25th March, celebrating the work of Gareth Knight and the continuation of his work through the group he founded.


This event has now passed but stay tuned for updates on our next conference.

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This year's speakers: Rebsie Fairholm, Jon Poston, J R Petrie, Dr Steven Critchley

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Lyra magazine

Established in 2012, LYRA is a quarterly magazine published by the Gareth Knight Group and available exclusively to members. Most of the content is written by members of the group, including Gareth Knight.

Although privately published, plans are underway to issue a Lyra anthology in book form.

A sample Lyra article can be found on our Resources page.

About the Gareth Knight Group

The Gareth Knight Group (or GK Group for short) is a fully contacted working group, one of the Greater Mystery Temples which serve the folk soul of Britain. In other words, we work with a group of Inner Plane Adepti or ‘contacts,’ and are guided by them in aspects of the Great Work of building bridges between the spiritual worlds and material creation.

Our group was founded by Gareth Knight in April 1973, and is approaching its 50th anniversary. We still meet five times a year to perform magical workings and meditations, most of which are written by members.


About Gareth Knight

Gareth Knight is one of the foremost authorities on the Western esoteric tradition and practical ritual magic. He is the author of well over 40 books on a diversity of esoteric subjects and spent many years doing workshops and lectures.

He also played the piano pretty well.

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