Madeline Montalban (born Madeline Sylvia Royals; 8 January 1910 – 11 January 1982) was an English astrologer and ceremonial magician. She co-founded the esoteric organisation known as the Order of the Morning Star (OMS), through which she propagated her own form of Luciferianism.

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  • Madeline Montalban (nacida como Madeline Sylvia Royals; 8 de enero de 1910 – 11 de enero de 1982) fue una astróloga inglesa y maga de ceremoniales. Fue co-fundadora de una organización esotérica occidental conocida como La Orden de la Estella de la Mañana "the Order of the Morning Star" (OMS), aunque propagó su propia forma de Luceferianismo. Nació en Blackpool, Lancashire. Se mudó a Londres a principios de los años 1930s, involucrándose en la subcultura esotérica de la ciudad, e influenciada por el Hermetismo, aprendió ceremoniales de magia. Estuvo relacionada con personas del ocultismo de Telema tales como Aleister Crowley y Kenneth Grant y del Wicca tales como Gerald Gardner y Alex Sanders. Desde 1933 a 1953, publicó artículos sobre la astrología y otros temas esotéricos en la revista London Life, y desde ese momento hasta su muerte, publicó en la revista Prediction. Estas publicaciones estuvieron acompañadas por varios librillos de astronomía lanzados con una variedad de pseudónmicos, incluyendo Dolores North, Madeline Álvarez y Nina del Luna. (es)
  • Madeline Montalban (born Madeline Sylvia Royals; 8 January 1910 – 11 January 1982) was an English astrologer and ceremonial magician. She co-founded the esoteric organisation known as the Order of the Morning Star (OMS), through which she propagated her own form of Luciferianism. Born in Blackpool, Lancashire, Montalban moved to London in the early 1930s, immersing herself in the city's esoteric subculture, and influenced by Hermeticism she taught herself ceremonial magic. She associated with significant occultists, including Thelemites like Aleister Crowley and Kenneth Grant, and Wiccans like Gerald Gardner and Alex Sanders. From 1933 to 1953 she published articles on astrology and other esoteric topics in the magazine London Life, and from then until her death in the nationally syndicated magazine Prediction. These were accompanied by several booklets on astrology, released using a variety of different pseudonyms, including Dolores North, Madeline Alvarez and Nina del Luna. In 1952 she met Nicholas Heron, with whom she entered into a relationship. After moving to Southsea in Essex, they founded the OMS as a correspondence course in 1956, teaching subscribers their own magical rites. Viewing Lucifer as a benevolent angelic deity, she believed Luciferianism had its origins in ancient Babylon, and encouraged her followers to contact angelic beings associated with the planetary bodies to aid their spiritual development. After her relationship with Heron ended in 1964, she returned to London, continuing to propagate the OMS. She settled in the St. Giles district, where she became known to the press as "The Witch of St. Giles". She died of lung cancer in 1982. Having refused to publish her ideas in books, Montalban became largely forgotten following her death, although the OMS continued under new leadership. Her life and work was mentioned in various occult texts and historical studies of esotericism during subsequent decades; a short biography by Julia Philips was published by the Atlantis Bookshop in 2012. (en)
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  • Madeline Montalban (nacida como Madeline Sylvia Royals; 8 de enero de 1910 – 11 de enero de 1982) fue una astróloga inglesa y maga de ceremoniales. Fue co-fundadora de una organización esotérica occidental conocida como La Orden de la Estella de la Mañana "the Order of the Morning Star" (OMS), aunque propagó su propia forma de Luceferianismo. (es)
  • Madeline Montalban (born Madeline Sylvia Royals; 8 January 1910 – 11 January 1982) was an English astrologer and ceremonial magician. She co-founded the esoteric organisation known as the Order of the Morning Star (OMS), through which she propagated her own form of Luciferianism. (en)
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