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Was he an imposter, con man and charlatan as commonly believed or a "genuine visionary and true champion of Freemasonry" whose "teachings have much to reveal to us today" as according to Robert L.D. Cooper?
Like many things we look at (especially within Masonry) it depends on the lens you use. His name does evoke instant reactions on both sides.
Knowing Brother Cooper’s history (and hearing him speak several times) I would recommend listening to what he has to say.