In Austria, the Order has a total of 23 lodges in Vienna [15!], Linz, Graz, Klagenfurt, Salzburg and Innsbruck, with over 400 members.
Großloge Humanitas Austria, mixed order, founded in 1961, 3 lodges, about 40 members, working with the Scottish Rite.
Universaler Freimaurerorden Hermetica a split-off of Humanitas, also with 3 lodges and about 40 members, working with the Scottish Rite.
Liberale Großloge von Österreich, mixed order, founded in 2007. It has 5 lodges, about 110 members and all lodges work with the “Schröder” ritual.
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Humanitas Deutschland. There is one lodge that preferred to work under the German Humanitas rather than the Austrian: Leonardo da Vinci in Wien/Vienna. The lodge supposedly has 20 members and works with the Scottish Rite.
Großorient von Österreich. Founded in 1961. The website says: “The Grand Orient of Austria unites in its lodges men and women”. The website lists nine lodges:
- Confluences, founded in 2010, working in the “Modern French Rite” and initiating men and women. Too bad they forgot to list in what place the lodge resides;
- Euklid. Founded in Vienna in September 2005, member of GvO since December of the same year. The lodge is mixed gender and works with the Schröder Rite;
- Metamorphoses. A mixed-gender lodge;
- Phoibos Apollon. Founded in May 2010, member of GvO since June of the same year. This is a men-only lodge that does allow female visitors. It works with the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite;
- Sapientia Cordis. Founded in October 1999. A mixed gender lodge working with the Schröder Rite in Vienna;
- Tempel Salomos, founded in July 2015 and member of the Grand Orient of Austria since December 2015. The lodge is mixed gender. Place and Rite not mentioned;
- Zu den 3 Spiegeln. Another men-only lodge that allows visiting women;
- Zur Königlichen Kunst. A mixed gender loge.
There is also a lodge in Sofia, Bulgaria (Orpheus Sofia), a mixed gender lodge founded in 2012 working the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite.
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Further reading (in German) here.