THE THREE MANIFESTOS OF THE CLASSIC ROSICRUCIAN

Between 1614 and 1617, three manifestos of the classic Rosicrucian were published, first in Germany and later throughout Europe. They are the Fama Fraternitatis RC (The Call of the Brotherhood of the Rosycross - 1614); the Confessio Fraternitatis (The Confession of the Brotherhood of the Rosycross - 1615); and The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz  - Anno 1459 - (1617. They represent the spiritual path of a pupil through the awakening of his Spirit-Soul. The author explains this path in a clear and objective language, adapted to modern times.

The Call of the Brotherhood of the Rosycross - Fama Fraternitatis RC (1614).

Jan van Rijckenborgh

 

The first of the Three Manifestos is the Fama or The Call. This classic manifesto 'calls' the spiritual seeker to begin the journey of his spiritual awakening. He will be presented with the possibility to start developing a new state of consciousness and understand why we humans are seen as a microcosm, and how far the acquired spiritual knowledge can be extended to a processual inner development. It also explains the founding of the Rosicrucian and unveils many of its detailed practices that had been veiled and obscured for centuries, and how they are related to the practice of the path of self-initiation in modern times. The book contains the full original text of the Fama Fraternitatis RC (1614), the anonymous Rosicrucian manifesto, published in 1614 in Kassel, Germany, and has an extensive esoteric analysis by Jan van Rijckenborgh.

NZ$60,00

The Confession of the Brotherhood of the Rosycross - Confessio Fraternitatis (1615).

Jan van Rijckenborgh

 

The second of the three Manifestos is the Confessio or The Confession. From a closer consideration, the spiritual seeker will realize that this historical document is not a confession of faith in the ordinary sense of understanding, but a tremendous instrument of practice in the path of self-initiation.

It guides the seeker beyond the simplistic esoteric aspect of his daily life, extending the deep significance of the Confession to a further comprehension so that the radiant path of spiritual initiation can be unveiled and understood.

The book contains the original text of the Confessio Fraternitatis RC (1615) written by the German Theologian Johannes Valentinus Andreae (1586 – 1654) and has an extensive esoteric analysis by Jan van Rijckenborgh.

NZ$37,00

The Alchemical Wedding of Christian Rosycross  - Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz  - Anno 1459 (1617) - Volumes I and II.

Jan van Rijckenborgh

 

The third of the three Manifestos are the two volumes of the Alchemical Wedding or the Union

The Spiritual Path is the aim of the new human genesis. This path has two aspects that are described with the use of allegory to in the book:

   _the development of the new human being, from the dormant spirit-nucleus in the heart;

   _the demolition of the old I-directed being by means of the increasingly new state of conscience.

The book describes the union of the "bride"(the Soul) with the "bridegroom" (the Spirit), in the new state of consciousness of the spiritual seeker. It clarifies how the pupil approaches his goal in the unification with the Spirit, in "seven days" (in seven stages). The impelling forces that compel the states of the soul are represented as personalities. Therefore, to all those who are able to see behind the veil of the allegory their spiritual path is clearly unveiled and ready to be put into practice. The wedding means the union of the "bride" (the Soul) with the "bridegroom" (the Spirit), in the new state of consciousness of the spiritual seeker. The book contains the original text of the Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz - Anno 1459. Its anonymous authorship is attributed to the German Theologian Johannes Valentinus Andreae (1586 - 1654) and has an extensive esoteric analysis by Jan van Rijckenborgh.

NZ$60,00

The International School of the Golden Rosycross - Lectorium Rosicrucianum - offers a method to gain inner knowledge and insight into the essential matters of life, therefore uncovering the answers to many fundamental questions.
 

Founders Jan van Rijckenborgh and Catharose de Petri transmitted a message that is consistent with the universal wisdom of all times.

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