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  1. The Secret Stream: Christian Rosenkreutz and Rosicrucianism by Rudolf Steiner, 2001-01-01
  2. Rosicrucianism Renewed: The Unity of Art, Science & Religion: The Theosophical Congress of Whitsun 1907 by Rudolf Steiner, Christopher Bamford, 2007-02-28
  3. Rosicrucianism And Strange Symbols by Hargrave Jennings, 2010-05-23
  4. Notes On the Scientific and Religious Mysteries of Antiquity: The Gnosis and Secret Schools of the Middle Ages; Modern Rosicrucianism; and the Various Rites and Degrees of Free and Accepted Masonry by John Yarker, 2010-01-10
  5. Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry by Frank C. Higgins, 2006-09-15
  6. Rosicrucianism In France by Arthur Edward Waite, 2010-05-23
  7. The Rosy And Golden Cross Of Rosicrucianism by Arthur Edward Waite, 2010-05-23
  8. Modern Rosicrucianism by John Yarker, 2010-05-23
  9. History of Rosicrucianism by Richard Wolff, 1973-01-01
  10. The Human Temple: Rosicrucianism And Freemasonry by Khei, George Winslow Plummer, 2010-05-23
  11. Rosicrucianism by W. Wynn Westcott, 2010-09-10
  12. Rosicrucianism, Divinity And The Lineage Of Man by Khei, George Winslow Plummer, 2010-05-23
  13. English Rosicrucianism by Arthur Edward Waite, 2010-05-23
  14. Rosicrucianism and Modern Initiation by Rudolf Steiner, 2000-01-01

1. Rosicrucian Archive - Presenting Ideals Of Rosicrucianism
Presenting the ideals of rosicrucianism. Large collection of writings dealing with rosicrucianism and the Rosicrucians, both ancient and modern.
The Rosicrucian Archive
Presenting the ideals of Rosicrucianism and the contributions
of the Rosicrucians to the spiritual upliftment of humankind. What is Rosicrucianism?
Most questions about the Rosicrucians concern their history, philosophy and the Rose Cross Tradition. Many visitors find this introduction to Rosicrucianism to be a good start. Rosicrucian Library
Visit our library , a comprehensive library of the ancient Rosicrucian Landmarks including the Manifestos, the Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians and the collection of contemporary writings. Related Studies in Kabala
For some Rosicrucians related studies in kabala is a useful addition to their spiritual quest. This section gives a kabalistic perspective on some of the Rosicrucian doctrines, and an insight to the Western Esoteric Traditions. The Confraternity of the Rose Cross
The Rosicrucian Archive is maintained in association with the Confraternity of the Rose Cross (CR+C). Learn more on the practical applications of the Rosicrucian ideals.

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§ 8. rosicrucianism. Whether rosicrucianism be of prehistoric antiquity 34 or not, it reached England from Germany at
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3. Rosicrucianism
A listing of a number of online Rosicrucian works in HTML format.Category Society Religion and Spirituality rosicrucianism......rosicrucianism. Fama Fraternitatis. Confessio Fraternitatis. The Chymical Wedding.Ara foedaris Theraphici. Consideratio brevis. Speculum sophicum rhodostauroticum.
  • Fama Fraternitatis
  • Confessio Fraternitatis
  • The Chymical Wedding
  • Ara foedaris Theraphici ...
  • The Secret symbols of the Rosicrucians [In preparation]
  • Michael Maier - Laws of the Fraternity of the Rosy Cross [In preparation - chapters 1-9 only]
  • Vaughan's Preface to the Rosicrucian Manifestos
  • Coloured illustration of the Golden and Rosy Cross [From Secret symbols of the Rosicrucians]
  • 4. Ron Heisler - The Forgotten English Roots Of Rosicrucianism
    Ron Heisler The Forgotten English Roots of rosicrucianism. Article 1992.The Forgotten English Roots of rosicrucianism. Ron Heisler.
    Ron Heisler - The Forgotten English Roots of Rosicrucianism
    Article originally published in The Hermetic Journal
    The Forgotten English Roots of Rosicrucianism
    Ron Heisler
    Michael Maier, according to his own statement, first heard of the Rosicrucian brotherhood when in England. Leaving Prague in the spring of 1611, he spent some time in Amsterdam before, we can reckon, arriving in London in the winter of that year. Presumably it was in December 1611 that he wrote the Rosicrucian "greetings card", featuring a rose, which was sent to James I. The wording carries a very strong echo of a powerful speech in the play, The Two Noble Kinsmen , which bears the unmistakable imprint of William Shakespeare's unique poetic talent. This familiarity with the Bard's play is unlikely to have been purely accidental, particularly, as I have shown elsewhere, Maier had a significant connection with Shakespeare's circle of friends.1 The question inevitably arises, therefore, of what clear evidence exists to indicate that the traditional Germanocentric reading of the history of early Rosicrucianism - which depicts the movement as mainly gestating in the strivings of J.V. Andreae's personal circle - oversimplifies the movement's origins to the point of gross distortion? Thynne's manuscripts are numerous, and they reveal a man who not only was a heraldic enthusiast, becoming Lancaster herald, but was an ardent delver into alchemical texts, which exist to this day in the British Library, in Longleat House and in the Ashmole collection in the Bodleian.3 At Longleat are to be found Ripley's

    5. The Seeker Page
    The seeker web site provides information for the seeker of truth. It has an extensive section on rosicrucianism and graphics of Roscicrucian Digests dating back to the 1930's.
    This site is for the seeker of spiritual truth and personal growth Last Update The purpose of this site is to provide information to those who are seeking spiritual truth and to advance their personal growth. It is intended to be a guiding light and not a destination. Each of us must find our own truth. This web site is intended to be one of empowerment. It has a basic premise that we are totally responsible for everything that happens to us in life. Whatever limitations we have in life are the result of the limitations we have placed upon ourselves. So how does one move beyond those limitations. The first step is to accept responsibility for our limitations and then move beyond them. This then takes us to a quest that starts in the relm of the material world and finally takes us to the spiritual world. Rosicrucianism Organizations Miscellanious Rosicrucian Art O.M.C.E.

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    Rosicrucian Archive Presenting rosicrucianism - Presenting the ideals of rosicrucianism.
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    7. Ron Heisler - Shakespeare And The Ethos Of The Rosicrucians
    Two Worlds that Converged Shakespeare and the Ethos of the Rosicrucians. More interesting connections between early English rosicrucianism, Shakespeare, and various Elizabethans in London.
    Ron Heisler - Two Worlds that Converged: Shakespeare and the Ethos of the Rosicrucians
    Article originally published in The Hermetic Journal
    Two Worlds that Converged:
    Shakespeare and the Ethos of the Rosicrucians
    In a 1986 article on "Shakespeare and the Rosicrucians", I dissected a late play that Shakespeare wrote jointly with John Fletcher, The Two Noble Kinsmen . Relying mainly on internal evidence, I found some very strong Rosicrucian affinities, particularly the striking scene in which a quasi-religious ceremony takes place in the temple of Diana, at which a rose plays a crucial role. Emilia declares that "a rose is best" and then explains: "It is the very emblem of a maid:
    For when the west wind courts her gently
    How modestly she blows and paints the sun
    With her chaste blushes! When the north comes near her,
    Rude and impatient, then, like chastity,
    She locks her beauties in her bud again
    And leaves him to base briars." (II. ii.)
    The play as we know it probably was premiered in early 1613 and I felt it somewhat of a coincidence that at Christmas 1611 the great Rosicrucian Michael Maier sent a "greetings card" to James I, which expressed the cryptic hope "May the Rose not be gnawed by the Canker of the North Wind…" Since 1986 I have had some leisure to explore Shakespeare's friends and acquaintances in depth, seeking for Rosicrucian clues - and hoping against hope that for once literature's greatest, most opaque and most secretive figure will have relaxed his guard. Readers must judge the results for themselves.

    8. Rosicrucianism - The History And Objectives
    Printer Version rosicrucianism. The amount of historical research into the phenomenonknown as rosicrucianism has been considerable over the past decade.
    The Rosicrucian Archive
    Printer Version Rosicrucianism outermost public interpretation , as well as an inner, hidden meaning , derived from less known sources. Its symbolic significance is the key to understanding the intentions and objectives of Rosicrucianism. To even more appreciate the traditional aspect and intentions of the Order one needs to understand the inner, symbolic significance of the Rose Cross "To participate in a movement" is to understand truly the Rosicrucian tradition. Who was responsible for the introduction of the scientific methods, freedom of thought, the elements of democracy, the advancement of peace and culture, and many more? The philosophers and mystics, many of whom worked within movements and many within the Order.
    Library Related Studies Links ... CR+C

    9. Welcome To Esoterica: The Journal
    A peerreviewed academic journal devoted to the transdisciplinary study of Western esotericism Western esoteric traditions including alchemy, astrology, Gnosticism, gnosis, magic, mysticism, rosicrucianism, and secret societies, and their ramifications in art history, history, literature, and politics.
    Volume V
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    Adam McLean: Black Sun , 2002 (click here for more information) A peer-reviewed academic journal devoted to the transdisciplinary study of Western esotericism: Western esoteric traditions including alchemy, astrology, Gnosticism, gnosis, magic, mysticism, Rosicrucianism, and secret societies, and their ramifications in art history, history, literature, and politics. Mailing Address:
    Esoterica: The Journal
    235 Bessey Hall, ATL Dept.
    Michigan State University
    East Lansing, MI 48824
    Primary Sponsor:
    College of Arts and Letters
    Michigan State University Esoterica ISSN: 1534-1224

    10. Rosicrucianism
    A Definition of rosicrucianism and it's history, also linking to the three Rosicrucian organizations teaching rosicrucianism, using the Dr. H. Spencer Lewis momographs. rosicrucianism. This is the Golden and Rosy Cross, made of pure gold.
    This is the Golden and Rosy Cross, made of pure gold. which every Rosicrucian wore on a chain around their neck and the Cross over their heart, during the 17th and 18th centuries. This is from the book printed in the 18th century, "Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians". To view the page as it appears in the book. Click Here
    A Brief Definition For Rosicrucianism 1. Click here for AMORC information on this subject.
    2. For information on this subject from CR+C, click here.

    2. For the history by ARC, click here.

    The Temple of the Rosy Cross This article should be read after the ones above. This is from the Sir Francis Bacon Website - New Advancement of Learning. There is also an interesting painting of Sir Francis Bacon in his robes as the Rosicrucian Imperator in the seventeenth century. Click here for Temple of Rosy Cross
    Click here for painting of Imperator Bacon

    Dr. H. Spencer Lewis
    Imperator of AMORC from 1915 to 1939
    He is wearing the full regalia that he wore during ritulistic convocations.
    Fama Fraternitatis, Confessio Fraternitatis, and Other Important Documents

    11. Secret Societies,
    rosicrucianism, Art Gallery. AMORC , Rosicrucian Fellowship HISTORY ANDLEGEND rosicrucianism traces its roots to the Egypt before Christ
    Rosicrucianism, Art Gallery "AMORC", "Rosicrucian Fellowship": It is the religion "by correspondence" and of lies! ... claiming to be "dedicated to the investigation, study, and practice of natural and spiritual laws", anchored in "Egypt", with many occult and Hindu practices, and the basic beliefs of pantheism and reincarnation, with some Masonic rituals. There are several groups, the largest is the "AMORC" , "Ancient and Mystical Order Rosae Crucis", with 50,000 active members, based in San Jose, California. It spends $500,000 a year on adds, printing, and postage, to 150 countries, with 100 lodges in the USA, 26 in France, 21 in Brazil, 18 in Niger, 13 in Canada, 13 in Mexico, 12 in england, 11 in Venezuela, 8 in Australia... it is a big business!. You may see "an add" in you local newspaper promising to improve your memory, develop will power, maintain health, overcome bad habits, unlock the secret wisdom of the ages, banish fears and frustrations, enrich the human spirit, open the door to self-mastery... it's all propaganda, nothing is true!... but if you write, you will receive two monographs a month, and a subscription to the magazine "Rosicrucian Digest", to study lessons on "mental vibrations", "mystical comprehension", "the life force", and other occult subjects... after one year you may take "higher degrees"... and after several thousand dollars and years you may join the "select Illuminati", and be an active member in their business...

    12. THE ROOTS OF THE NEW AGE MOVEMENT - New Age In Ancient History- Gnosticism - Alc
    New Age philosophy is based on ancient traditions, alchemy, gnosticism, rosicrucianism, Freemasonry. Its roots are explored in Eastern and Western traditions.
    The roots of the
    The New Age movement is hardly novel! Its philosophy is rooted in ancient traditions, often based on mystical experiences, each within a different context. Anthropologically, there have always been (wo)men within "primitive" societies who were looked upon as possessing special knowledge and power. Medicine men, or shamans, had undergone a spontaneous catharsis, or were initiated and felt called upon to maintain contact with the spirit world for the clan. When communities became more complex and organized there was little place for these loners. Society began to specialize, people realized and felt drawn to form groups, guilds, or societies, to ensure continuance and growing perfection. Contact with the spirit world was given into the hands of organized religion, which also provided an established answer to questions about the unknown and the Highest Power. People who felt endowed with special powers could hardly adapt themselves to the corset of established faith. They went underground. Yet they endeavoured to contact kindred spirits and pupils willing to follow in their footsteps to pass on the work. Esoteric tradition became handed down in spiritual groups, communes, or fraternities. Their mutual devotion resulted in a high degree of perfection comparable to the guilds of craftsmen. In their mystical experiences they beheld a spiritual reality that could hardly be reconciled with the dogmatic representation given by the churches. When passing on their experiences, they had to exercise extreme caution, lest being accused of heresy. Yet knowledgeable minds would understand their veiled writings, symbolic representations, or even gestures.

    13. Masonic Rosicrucianism In Canada
    rosicrucianism and Freemasonry in Canada, its history, consitution, and articlesby its members about Rosicricianism, Freemasonry and related subjects.

    The Alchemical Wedding

    Table of Contents History of the Order Home Page 1997 Declaration
    The Ontario College

    Research Papers
    Gnosis and Christos

    New Thought

    in America

    Fraternalism and Freemasonry
    Spiritual Life

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    Rosicruciana in Canada Revised December 8, 2000 Instituted June 29, 1997 Masonic Rosicrucianism In Canada M.W. Frater Dr. Claude Brodeur, IX o , Ontario College, SRIC Preamble This paper was read May 7, 1995, at a meeting of the John Ross Robertson Chapter of the Philalethes Society , the Etobicoke Masonic Hall, Ontario, with the title "Masonic Rosicrucianism in Ontario." It well could have been titled, as it is here, "Masonic Rosicrucianism in Canada," since the Ontario College was really about the founding of Masonic Rosicrucianism in Canada. Introduction In this paper on Masonic Rosicrucianism in Ontario, I address four questions. Two are historical and two are speculative. The historical questions are: How did Masonic Rosicrucianism come to Ontario? Who were some of the people involved ? The speculative questions are: What is peculiarly

    14. Esoteric Personalities List
    A listing of the more famous mages, theurgists, and kabbalists. Also lists famous adherents to rosicrucianism and Theosophy.

    15. Rosicrucianism
    rosicrucianism Guide picks. The Forgotten English Roots of rosicrucianismA history of English rosicrucianism. Email this page! Sponsored Links.
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    Guide picks The Rosicrucians are the fabled Hermetic brotherhood of the Renaissance.
    Amorc- the Rosicrucian Order

    Claims spiritual succession to the fabled Rosicrucian Order. Calendar of events, information about the Egyptian museum in San Jose, Ca. Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians
    The eighteenth century compilation of Rosicrucian symbols and their meanings. Survey on modern Rosicrucian Groups Reviews, if you will, on the array of modern groups purporting to be Rosicrucian in nature. The Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz This mysterious symbolic allegory first appeared in 1616; it describes a path of illumination and alchemical transformation. Fama Fraternitas The first Rosicrucian manifesto, published around 1615.

    16. The ORDER OF THE GRAIL Is A  Fraternal Order Of Mystic Chivalry
    Mystic Chivalry and rosicrucianism.
    If you do not see menu buttons above please click on the button below to download the free Macromedia Flash Player The ORDER OF THE GRAIL is a fraternal order of mystic Chivalry . Through a traditional line of filiation nearly one thousand years old, we are heirs to such august orders as; L’ORDRE DE LE CROSSE DE GENET L'ORDRE DE SAINT MICHAEL L'ORDRE DE LA TOISON D’OR, and L’ORDRE DE SAINT LAZARRE DE JERUSALEM amongst others. Since 1985, the Order of the Grail (OTG) has served as the fraternal body of the International College of Esoteric Studies (ICES) The ICES curriculum forms the basic educational substance of o ur work. To download a brochure Click here: OTG Brochure . To open read, and print the brochure you will need Acrobat Reader, to download and install this free program, click on the button below. You will also need to change your printer setting to "Landscape" to print the brochure. Prior to 1985 and our association with ICES t he Order of the Grail was known as ‘Les Chevaliers de la Rose et de La Croix” Knights of the Rose+Croix) and this name is still used all official correspondence O ur rituals and initiations do reflect certain Alchemical and Rosicrucian influences, whether or not we call ourselves a "Rosicrucian" order.

    17. Religion : Rosicrucianism
    Directory. Subjects Religion rosicrucianism. You may browse thiscategory by title or by publication date. 271 titles (showing 120)
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    (showing 1-20) An Adventure Among the Rosicrucians : A Student of Occultism
    Hardcover - September 1996 - Reprint
    List price: $15.00
    An Adventure among the Rosicrucians

    by Franz Hartmann
    Paperback - July 1992 - Reprint
    List price: $14.95 After Death : The Immortality of Man by Paschal B. Randolph Manuela Auerbach (Introduction by), Emerson M. Clymer (Edited by) Hardcover - November 1970 List price: $9.95 After Death : The Immortality of Man by Paschal B. Randolph Manuela Auerbach (Introduction by), Emerson M. Clymer (Edited by) Hardcover - November 1970 List price: $15.00 The Alchemical Letters of Michael Sendivogius : To the Rosicrucian Society by Michael Sendivogius Ebenezer Sibly (Translated by), Patrick J. Smith (Edited by) Paperback - February 1998 List price: $9.95 The Alchemical Wedding of Christian Rosycross (Chymische Hochzeit Christiani Rosencreutz, Anno 1459) : The Secrets of the Rosicrucian Brotherhood by Jan Van Rijckenborgh Hardcover - December 1991 List price: $31.00

    18. Rennes-le-Chateau Papers Of Paul Smith
    Articles on The Priory of Sion, Alpha Galates, 'Vaincre', French Esoteria, Rennesle-Chateau, rosicrucianism, and Freemasonry.
    Rennes-le-Château Papers of Paul Smith
    Background Information on Paul Smith and Rennes-le-Château

    Keywords of this Website: Rennes-le-Château, Bérenger Saunière, Priory of Sion, Alpha Galates and 'Vaincre',
    French Right-Wing Esoterica, Paul Le Cour, French Church-State Issues,
    Dead Sea Scrolls, Christianity, Rosicrucian History, Freemasonry,
    The Holy Grail, Et In Arcadia Ego, Sir Francis Dashwood.
    'The Secret of Rennes-le-Château Revealed' by Paul Smith
    'Rennes-le-Château - Autopsie d'un mythe' by Jean-Jacques Bedu (1990) 'Bérenger Saunière - The End of a Dream 1911-1917' by Jean-Jacques Bedu (1990) Chronology of the Bérenger Saunière Affair and Rennes-le-Château ... Pictures in 'Vaincre'
    Articles from 'Vaincre' of The Alpha Galates 1942-1943 I (21 September 1942): Statutes of The Alpha Galates 1937 Philippe Petain - "Father of His People" by Pierre de France The Legend of Ram - Translation of a text by Auguste Brizieux Our Goal... by Jean Falloux II (21 October 1942): The 'Southern Cross' by Auguste Brisieux The Place of Chivalry by Robert Amadou Chivalry in History I by Jacques Brosse III (21 November 1942): In the Council of the High Court The East and The West II by Le Comte de Moncharville IV (21 December 1942): France Will Survive by Pierre de France-Plantard By This Sign, You Will Conquer by Pierre de France-Plantard

    19. Religion : Rosicrucianism
    Subjects Religion rosicrucianism. You may browse this categoryby title or by publication date. 271 titles (showing 201220)
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    (showing 201-220) Rosicrucian Symbols
    by Franz Hartman
    Hardcover - April 1983
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    Rosicrucian Thoughts on the Ever Burning Lamps

    by W. W. Westcott
    Paperback - June 1986 - Reprint List price: $3.95 Rosicrucian Wisdom by Rudolf Steiner Press Staff Paperback - August 2000 List price: $14.95 Rosicrucianism and Modern Initiation : Mystery Centres of the Middle Ages by Rudolf Steiner Mary Adams (Translated by) Paperback - January 1982 - 3rd Edition List price: $12.95 Rosicrucianism in America by J. Gordon Melton (Edited by) Hardcover - March 1990 - Reprint List price: $35.00 by William W. Westcott Paperback - January 1989 - Reprint List price: $3.95 by Christopher McIntosh Hardcover - April 1989 - Reprint List price: $30.00 by Hargrave Jennings Hardcover - August 1976 - 4th Edition Reprint List price: $40.95 by Hargrave Jennings Paperback - March 1992 - 4th Edition Reprint List price: $24.95

    20. Cover Of: A Rosicrucian Speaks By Joseph J. Weed
    A Series of Lectures delivered between 1941 and 1964 on rosicrucianism and the Occult.

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