Jean-Louis de Biasi
Jean-Louis de Biasi is the 10th Grand Master.
On June 14th, 2003 Leon Barcynski retires as the Grand Master of Aurum Solis. He is replaced by Jean-Louis de Biasi, former Prior and Associate Grand Master as well as Master of the Commandery of the Light of Byzantium. Accordingly, the Grand Commandery of Aurum Solis is relocated from the United Kingdom to France. Shortly afterward, he issues a declaration which re-emphasizes the scientific, evolving, yet inherently Hermetic nature of the Order Aurum Solis and the work of the Ogdoadic Tradition.
Jean-Louis de Biasi is an author, lecturer, and philosopher who has studied the
various topics of spirituality since the 1970s, and who has been initiated into the highest
degrees of several Western initiatic traditions. He is also the Head of
the Ordre Kabbalistique de la Rose-Croix (the Kabbalistic Order of the Rose-Cross, O.K.R.C.). He received all the Martinist's lineages and was initiated in the highest degree of the Elu-Cohens. He was ordained in the Gallican Church and Gnostic church. He ordained Leon Barcyncki according these apostolic successions and consecrated him SII, Unknown Martinist.
He was initiated into Freemasonry and raised in 1992. He is a 32° Scottish Rite Freemason (Southern Jurisdiction, U.S.), and Royal Arch Mason. Before to join American Freemasonry, he received the highest degrees in Freemasonry in Europe including the degrees of Egyptian Freemasonry (33°-95°-AA).
He was received in the Druidic Tradition in the 80s in France.
In December 2004, he relocated in Canada and in 2010 in the United States. He lives now in Las Vegas.
Learn more at: www.debiasi.org