Early Clues About the Original Design Uncovered What was the original design of the Rosicrucian tomb? It is one of the most powerful symbols of the Rosicrucian tradition, the Fama describes its design well-enough and there is ample room enough for various extrapolations, as we have seen within several manifestations of the Rosicrucian Order. 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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Define Your Tradition to Define Your Order Welcome friends and new readers. As many of you are now aware this blog presents the Reviews of the Rosicrucian Orders. In the process of reviewing the Orders we first had to examine what really is Rosicrucian and what is NOT. Ruffling a few feathers, I make no…

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Introducing the Rosicrucian Manifesto Temples of Europe I’ll say it here, only once: follow the footprints of the gods and you shall find the Rosicrucians. There is a big secret hiding out in the corner of Pansophy, the underground philosophy which was circulated by the early Rosicrucians. Today I’ll share more on that story, and…

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This post provides what I call the ‘Pillars of the Rosicrucian Tradition,’ which represent the hallmarks of our mystical tradition, offering us signpost qualities that we may use to DEFINE the Rosicrucian current. One important thing to mention here is that these pillars are not set in stone, and this is an ongoing-evolving concept that…

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Hey guys, let’s share a coffee get down to defining the R.C Tradition in more detail. As viewers are aware I am in the process of Reviewing all the Rosicrucian Orders. Nice as it would be to just go ahead and hammer out reviews I still need to better define the Rosicrucian Tradition first. If…

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Uncovering the Chain from Hermes to Christian Rosenkreuz Today I’d like to start out by thanking the Rosicrucian Commentators who have participated on previous post and for sharing their insights because it is these friends and you readers who keep this blog alive. My last post questioning; ‘Are the Rosicrucians Really Christians?’ raised a more…

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Let’s clear up the matter once and for all: Are Rosicrucians Christian or NOT? After announcing my intention to review all of the Rosicrucian Orders in my last blog post a few objectives were also clearly set out in order to complete the process. The first of these objectives is to determine the real nature…

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Several readers have heard me mention the word ‘Pansophy’ in connection with the Rosicrucian Order teachings derived from Germany. In response to request for more information here is a brief overview of Pansophy and its history, which is quite riveting considering the vast influence it has had despite so few people knowing anything about it….

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What if the Tomb of Christian Rosencreuz dates back thousands of years earlier? What if it really exists? As I sit and marvel with my German friends, we look at the diagrams before us and decide together, yes it is time to begin publishing sections of our Rosicrucian teachings. Our Order is a conclave of…

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