Rosicrucian Manual



  • Rosicrucian Manual by The Rosicrucians

    English | July 31, 2013 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B00E9JBY4O | 348 pages | MOBI | 16 MB

    The present edition has been carefully revised, at the same time that it has been largely extended. It comprises, now, Two Volumes. The addition of new engravings — singularly suggestive — prepared with great care, presenting very antique and authentic claims, speaks for value.

    The Authors can refer with pride to the numerous letters which reach them, if pride, or even particular gratification (according to ordinary ideas), could actuate in the statement of the fact. This is a serious treatise upon the “Rosicrucians.” Letters expressing great interest, some anonymous, some with names, addressed from all parts—from Germany, France, Spain, the West Indies; from India, Italy, and Denm ark, and from remote corners in our own country— these have multiplied since the work was first published. America has displayed unbounded curiosity. To all these communications, with a few exceptions, no answers have been (nor could be) returned. The volumes themselves must be read with attention, or nothing is effected. The book must be its own interpreter, if interpretation is sought. But interpretation does not apply in this instance.
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    With one word we shall conclude. The Authors of the “Rosicrucians” would quietly warn (for to do more would imply a greater attention than is due) against all attempts in books, or in print or otherwise, to subscribe with “letters ” or any addition (or affectstion), signifying a supposed personal connection with the real “Rosicrucians.” These haughty Philosophers forbade disclosure—this, of either their real doctrines or intentions, or of their personality.
    We may most truly say, that in this work—as it now stands, care being taken to keep all reserves— will be found the best account of this illustrious and mysterious Fraternity.

    CRITICS OF THE ROSICRUCIANS CRITICS

    CHAPTER THE SECOND
    SINGULAR ADVENTURES IN STAFFORDSHIRE

    CHAPTER THE THIRD
    EVER-BURNING LAMPS

    CHAPTER THE FOURTH
    INSUFFICIENCY OF WORLDLY OBJECTS

    CHAPTER THE FIFTH
    THE HERMETIC PHILOSOPHERS

    CHAPTER THE SIXTH
    AN HISTORICAL ADVENTURE

    CHAPTER THE SEVENTH
    THE HERMETIC BRETHREN

    CHAPTER THE EIGHTH
    MYTHIC HISTORY OF THE FLEUR-DE-LIS

    CHAPTER THE NINTH
    SACRED FIRE

    CHAPTER THE TENTH
    FIRE-THEOSOPHY OF THE PERSIANS

    CHAPTER THE ELEVENTH
    IDEAS OF THE ROSICRUCIANS AS TO THE CHARACTER OF FIRE

    CHAPTER THE TWELFTH
    MONUMENTS RAISED TO FIRE-WORSHIP IN ALL COUNTRIES

    CHAPTER THE THIRTIENTH
    DRUIDIOAL STONES AND THEIR WORSHIP

    CHAPTER THE FOURTEENTH.
    INQUIRY AS TO THE POSSIBILITY OF MIRACLE

    CHAPTER THE FIFTEENTH.
    Can Evidence Be Depended Upon?—Examination Of Hume’s Reasoning

    CHAPTER THE SIXTEENTH.
    FOOTSTEPS OF THE ROSICRUCIANS AMIDST ARCHITECTURAL OBJECTS

    CHAPTER THE SEVENTEENTH.
    THE ROUND TOWERS OF IRELAND

    CHAPTER THE EIGHTEENTH
    PRISMATIC INVESTITURE OF THE MICROCOSM

    CHAPTER THE NINETEENTH
    CABALISTIC INTERPRETATIONS BY THE GNOSTICS

    CHAPTER THE TWENTIETH.
    MTSTIC CHRISTIAN FIGURES AND TALISMANS

    CHAPTER THE TWENTY-FIRST.
    THE “ROSY CROSS” IN INDIAN, EGYPTIAN, GREEK, ROMAN, AND MEDIAEVAL MONUMENTS

    CHAPTER THE TWENTY-SECOND.
    MYTH OF THE SCORPION, OR THE SNAKE, IN ITS MANY DISGUISES

    CHAPTER THE TWENTY-THIRD.
    OMINOUS CHARACTER OF THE COLOUR “WHITE” TO ENGLISH ROYALTY

    CHAPTER THE TWENTY-FOURTH
    THE BELIEFS OF THE ROSICRUCIANS—MEANING OF LIGHTS AND OF COMMEMORATIVE FLAMBEAUX IN ALL WORSHIP

    CHAPTER THE TWENTY-FIFTH
    THE GREAT PYRAMID

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