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Medieval Rosicrucian History

According to Rosicrucian mythical history, the said order survived the demise of pagan religions and the rise of Christianity.  It is believed, when the baby Jesus was born in Bethlehem, three initiates of the Order, travelled from the east to pay their respects.  1,774 more words

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This work comes from a rather expansive (and otherwise mostly one-minded) collection of texts from the golden period of both real and quack-like academia involving occultism, from that special era in the 1890s; specifically, this is one of the better titles within the Phallism series that almost certainly was created by Hargrave at the time. 118 more words

Embassy of the Free Mind

Eventually, the Embassy of the Free Mind will consist of digital copies of the core collection of the Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica of the The Ritman Library… 73 more words

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Birth of the Rosicrucian Order

With the Order of the Knights Templar suppressed, rumours spread across Europe that the secret tradition they had chosen to follow, was still being practised.  In the latter years of the Middle Ages, information seeped out, that the Freemasons were connected to the Templar Order.  1,118 more words

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Templar Order: The Dark Side

Templar history reveals the transformation that was taking place through time.  They started out under the banner of Christianity, and it wasn’t long before they entered a darker period of history. 358 more words

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Revenge is Sweeter than Life

Zastrozzi and St. Irvyne – Percy Bysshe Shelley
Oxford University Press – 1986

These are the only novels Percy Shelley ever wrote, and they are usually published together. 484 more words

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Collegium Fraternitatis, from T. Schweighart, Speculum sophicum Rhodo-stauroticum (Public Domain Image)

The Real History of the Rosicrucians

This is Arthur Edward Waite’s study of the elusive Rosicrucians, a secret society of which the first public notice was in early 17th century Germany. 7,202 more words

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