Martinist Interview Showing New Approaches Sam Robinson interviews Sâr Cœur de la Croix, Grand Master and founding member of the Ordre Martinistes Souverains (O.·.M.·.S.·.) Greetings friends and regular readers. In my Rosicrucian Reviews we saw the relationship between the Martinist and the Rosicrucians, and found that the Martinist Order is ROSICRUCIAN even though it does…

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 Just HOW Rosicrucian is Thier Alchemy Anyway? Dear friends and readers, This section continues the Rosicrucian Review of the Golden Dawn. So far we have reviewed Amorc, the Martinist Order and are nearly finished with the G.D. This review specifically focuses on Golden Dawn alchemy, as the second installment to the Trinosophia Score which examines…

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 Rosicrucian Alchemy as Another Version of the Magnum Opus Dear friends and readers, This blog post explores the realm of Rosicrucian alchemy, and triggers a debate concerning how much of that alchemy is supposed to be based on outer laboratory alchemy or internal work. I question if Rosicrucian alchemy really is the same as the…

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 Exploring Steiners Secret Inner Circle of 12 and the Summoning of Christian Rosenkreuz There is a little known big story which has been passed down in some anthroposophical circles, but I will go at length since I believe it is the crossroads from which many possible esoteric scenarios could have unfolded, and from where present…

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  Taking A Fresh Approach to Western Initiation As many of you know it’s my habit to take a fresh approach to Rosicrucian studies. What not many people know is that these alternative views are highly influenced by my Maori heritage. Given that I was raised in a Maori setting it was only natural that I…

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 Examining the Magic of the Golden Dawn Is Golden Dawn Magic Really Rosicrucian? Welcome to the Rosicrucian Review of the Golden Dawn part three. This section is dedicated to reviewing the Trinosophia Score of the Golden Dawn. For new readers the Trinosophia review examines how strongly the G.D represents the three paths of alchemy, magic…

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 Looking for the Hermetic Christianity Teachings of the Golden Dawn Hello readers. This post continues my Reviews of the Rosicrucian Orders series, and is part two of the Golden Dawn Review. In case you missed the G.D Review Introduction read that post here. We’ll get to reviewing the magical and alchemical work of the Golden Dawn,…

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 The Rosicrucian Review: How Rosicrucian is the Golden Anyway? Hello gentle readers, Welcome to another installment of my Reviews of the Rosicrucian Orders. After reviewing Amorc and the Martinist Order we now enter into a new phase. This one is going to take some rolling up of my sleeves because carrying out a review of…

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 And an Examination of Sophia from Past Orders to the Present Today’s post is dedicated to friends and unveiling the Sophia of the Rosicrucians. We are quite lucky here in our community. Several members from various Orders are working together, opening up communication, and if this continues then these are fascinating days. Members of the…

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 Heinrich Khunrath’s Cosmic Rose, also called the Sigillum Emeth, Sigillum Dei. By Stephen Murgaugh “Heinrich Khunrath (c. 1560 – 9 September 1605), or Dr. Henricus Khunrath as he was also called, was a German physician, hermetic philosopher, and alchemist. Frances Yates considered him to be a link between the philosophy of John Dee and Rosicrucianism….

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