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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The Wild Card Score and Final Look Hello friends and gentle readers, This blog post brings us to an end on the five part posts series dedicated to reviewing the Martinist Order, concluding one segment of my Reviews of the Rosicrucian Orders. The reviews so far have achieved a generally warm reception and for that…

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Examining the Rosicrucian Utopian Quest to Modern Martinist Hello friends and readers! This blog post brings us to the final section on the Martinist Order Review. As you know, I am presently doing the Reviews of the Rosicrucian Orders. This section is an installment of the Martinist Review and is dedicated to its Pansophy score….

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Hi friends, thanks for reading this blog. If it wasn’t for the fans and the circle of friends forming around these posts then it wouldn’t be quite the same. You, the reader, keep this blog alive. So thank you. 🙂 As most of you know by now, I am reviewing the various Rosicrucian Orders. The…

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Looking for Magic, Alchemy and Kabbalah in the Martinist Order Todays’ blog post is the third entry on examining the tradition known as the Martinist Order. This school of thought in particular lends itself to diversity and flexibility. Largely due to the fact that most groups are small units bonded together by friendship rather than…

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Comparing the Martinist & Rosicrucian Legend Over the last few post I have hinted at an underlying Rosicrucian philosophy known as Pansophy. Though it has largely been untold outside of Pansophic circles this post will reveal a most important ‘secret system’ behind this hidden doctrine. Typically held within older Pansophic circles in Germany and Italy…

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Review of the Martinist Order Part One An Introduction to the Martinist Order, examining its Rosicrucian roots. This review is a continuation of a series of examinations that offer a sneak peak into the workings and traditional value of the various esoteric Orders. More specifically this blog series focuses upon the Orders within the western tradition that…

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