Friedrich Wilhelm Quintscher

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Friedrich Wilhelm Quintscher
BornOctober 3, 1883
DiedMay 8, 1945

Friedrich Wilhelm Quintscher (October 3, 1883 – May 8, 1945), better known under his self-assumed name Rah Omir Quintscher, was a notable German member of the Neopagan religion of Adonism, as well as being a noted occultist and ceremonial magician. In 1922 he founded a group known as the Orden Mentalistischer Bauherren (Order of the Mental Architects), which he closed down in 1928, leading its members to join another occult group, the Fraternitas Saturni. He went on join the Adonistic Society of Franz Sättler, but fell out with him, possibly over a woman, Sättler's lover and secretary, Justine Schnattinger. Leaving the Adonistic Society, Quintscher went on to further propagate Adonism through his own esoteric group, the Atescha-Taganosyn.[1]


  1. ^ Hakl 2010. p. 12-13.
  • Hakl, Hans Thomas (2010). "Franz Sättler (Dr. Musallam) and the Twentieth-Century Cult of Adonism". The Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies. 12 (1). London.