Whare Ra

Whare Ra, is the name of the building which housed the New Zealand branch of the Order of the Stella Matutina. It was designed and made by one of New Zealand’s most famous architects, and a senior member of the Order, James Walter Chapman-Taylor.

Read more about Whare Ra:  Whare Ra and The Stella Matutina in New Zealand

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Robert Felkin - New Zealand
... The New Zealand Order became known by the Maori name of Whare Ra or "the House of the Sun" ... Foundations of the house at Whare Ra were laid down by the architect Chapman-Taylor, who later became a member of both the Golden Dawn and the Order of the Table Round (Ordo Tabulae Rotundae), a neo ... died at Havelock North, and was buried in the Havelock North cemetery facing the Whare Ra, wearing the cloak, mantle and purple cross of a Knight of the Ordo Tabulae Rotundae ...
Whare Ra and The Stella Matutina in New Zealand
... land was donated, and a home for the Order constructed, which they named “Whare Ra”, or House of the Sun ... New Zealand branch, and with the offer of life tenancy of “Whare Ra”, Dr Felkin and his family returned to New Zealand for good ... By 1978 it was clear that Whare Ra was a spent force ...
Havelock Work - Whare Ra
... The New Zealand Order became known by the Maori name of Whare Ra or "the House of the Sun" ... Foundations of the house at Whare Ra were laid down by the architect Chapman-Taylor, who later became a member of both the Golden Dawn and the Order of the Table Round (Ordo Tabulae ... The Whare Ra attracted many members of the community, and by 1926 the inner order alone had over 100 members including many of the most wealthy and influential ...