In the summer of 1891, Mathers took a trip to Paris, France. (This is somewhat peculiar because he technically was still a newlywed.)  During his trip, he wrote back to Westcott telling him that he had established contact with a number of Continental Adepts in the Bois de Boulogne. One Adept he mentioned in particular, he referred to as Frater Lux E Tenebris. Other interesting yet unidentified mottoes appear on the Second Order’s rolls. The first three listed are Lux Saeculorum, Lux Benigna, and Lux in Coelis. The fourth listed, Sapiens Dominabitur Astris, was the motto of Dr. Westcott’s continental connection, Fraulein Sprengel.