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Not the best way to present this, but I don’t want to clutter the biography with images. Those of you who are more visually inclined, below you find images in the order of the biography. When you have this page in another tab as the biography, you can have some visuals to go with the reading.

Franz Eduard Farwerck. More photos here.

Franz Otto Heinrich Farwerck, F.E.’s father.

Carl Wilhelm Farwerck (F.E. brother) and his wife Johanna Farwerck-Borrius on their wedding day

Villa Caecilia, the house that senior bought in 1912, where the family moved in in 1914 and F.E. in 1916 and where Farwerck lived most of his life.

Newspaper article with photo of both F.E. Farwerck as his father.

The foundation of the Coué Foundation.

In 1917 Farwerck is listed as leading a local lodge of the Theosophical Society that was founded in 1903

Henri van Ginkel whom Farwerck may have met at the Theosophical lodge in Amsterdam and who in 1911 initiated him in a brand new co-Masonic lodge in his house in Laren.

Stephan Schlesinger who designed the cover of Farwerck’s first book and his Masonic ex libris

Foundation of René de Clerq foundation.

Song and drawing made for Farwerck at the installation of the Hilversum Rotary Club.

Newspaper article about the fire in Farwerck’s house in 1940.

Police report from 1945 of books taken bij de Gestapo after a search of Farwerck’s house. 1200 Books were taken only five years after the fire (see above).

The small rectangle in the middle is most probably Emmastraat 60 in 1968. The stables with living facilities that were built close to the main house.

Herman Wirth

August Heyting

A Germanic midwinter-solstice celebration of Farwerck’s former lodge and August Heyting.

The most famous photo of Farwerck at a meeting of the National Socialist Movement (N.S.B.)

Farwerck cartoon in a newspaper.

The founders of Le Droit Humain are not those who brought it to the Netherlands.

Georges Zorab, the parapsychologist that Carl Wilhelm Farwerck was in contact with.

Marijn Cochius

Farwerck speeches as head of Propaganda